Tag Archives: OT

Pediatric Tx Activity of Week: Paper Helicopter

Editor’s Note:  This is a great idea for both fine motor and following directions! [Source:  Therapy Fun Zone] It is always fun for kids to be able to take home a fun item that they created, and the paper helicopters … Continue reading

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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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Occupational Therapy Corner: It’s the Little Things that Make Life BIG!

Editor’s Note:  Thank you to PediaStaff contractor, Susan Mullins who offered to write this fantastic article on behalf of PediaStaff for Anne Zachry’s blog! [Source:  Pediatric Occupational Therapy Tips] Alaska…where salmon is a staple and hearts, mountains, glacial lakes, eagles, … Continue reading

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Research: Analyses of Sensory Integration Therapy

[Source: Your Therapy Source] The Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities published a meta-analysis on the use of sensory integration with individuals who have or at risk for a developmental or learning disability or delay. The outcomes from 30 studies on sensory … Continue reading

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OT Activities of the Week: 30 Toddler Fine Motor Activities

[Source:  Hands on as We Grow] These fine motor activities for toddlers include threading, poking, pinching, tracing and focusing on hand and eye coordination! And they’re all easy enough for toddlers in the 1-3 year old range to do! Have … Continue reading

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