Tag Archives: Tip or Resource

A Promise of Outstanding Occupational Therapy Care

Editor’s Note:  What a wonderful video!  What do you promise to do? [Source: St. Louis University OT Department] As the Class of 2015 Master of Occupational Therapy Students at Saint Louis University complete their coursework and get sent off to … Continue reading


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Video App Breaks Down Complex Activities of Daily Living

[Source:  AdvanceWeb] ONE OF THE best new research-based teaching aids is video modeling. It has been proven to be effective with adults as well as children, whether they are learning a new skill, such as a child with autism learning how to … Continue reading


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Parents Share: Ideas for Speech Practice at Home

by: The Childhood Apraxia of Speech Association of North America (CASANA) The Childhood Apraxia of Speech Association of North America (CASANA) has published this fantastic list of practice ideas for parents to use in the home. We thank CASANA for … Continue reading


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Pinterest Pin of the Week: Articulation Christmas Tree

Editor’s Note:  This week’s pin of the week is from a currently inactive blog.   I believe Speech Lady Liz is not currently working in pediatrics.  Regardless, this blog still has some fantastic ideas for school based speech and language … Continue reading


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The Safe Lifting Portal – Therapy Resource of the Week

[Source: The Safe Lifting Portal] Did you know that physical therapists, occupational therapists, and other rehabilitation practitioners are just as susceptible to musculoskeletal injuries as RNs and patient caregivers? The Safe Lifting Portal encourages Physical Therapists and Occupational Therapists to … Continue reading


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