Category Archives: OT

Peds Therapy Corner: Tantrums & Melt-Downs in Therapy

[Source:  Enabled Kids] by Natan Gendeleman How many times have you walked through the mall and seen a child suddenly throw themselves on the ground screaming and yelling because they couldn’t get that toy that they wanted? We all know … Continue reading

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Fine Motor Craft – Sticky Paper Bookmarks

Great Craft for Mother’s Day with your students/clients [Source: Pre-K Pages] I think homemade gifts are great and useful homemade gifts are even better. This simple bookmark craft is easy for a child of any age to do. I’ve done … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Helping Preschoolers Understand and Discuss Their Emotions

[Source:  MindShift] By Deborah Farmer Kris Terrible Twos. Threenagers. Fearsome Fours.  These are years marked by tantrums and meltdowns — palpable reminders that young children haven’t yet learned how to regulate their emotions. But rather than wait for them to … Continue reading

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Therapy Product Review: Crazy Aaron’s Thinking Putty

[Source:  Toys are Tools] I don’t know why I have never purchased putty until this year. Maybe it’s because I have so many choices already in terms of amorphous substances… Nah… that can’t be why… I love variety! After thinking long … Continue reading

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Pediatric Home Health OTs Needed Throughout Houston

Client #1: Come and work for a wonderful established HH agency in the Houston area!  Immediate need for an Occupational Therapist to cover a 3 month maternity leave north of Houston.  This position is full time from now until at least the end … Continue reading

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