Category Archives: PT

Benefits of Structured Bimanual Skill Practice

[Source: Your Therapy Source] Research in Developmental Disabilities published research on the benefits of structured bimanual skill practice.  Twenty children with unilateral spastic cerebral palsy (CP) participated in the study in order to determine the importance of skill progression during intensive … Continue reading


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PT Corner: Reindeer Boot Camp

[Source:  Pink Oatmeal] If you are looking for a fun gross motor-themed activity to try this December Reindeer boot camp is a must!  It’s a really fun way to work on gross motor skills with a holiday theme.  In reindeer … Continue reading


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OT Corner: Teaching Shoe Tying – A Tool

[Source: Starfish Therapies] We are lucky enough to have an OT back on staff and we have been loving the collaboration and idea generation! We have had quite a few kids come in that aren’t able to tie their shoes, … Continue reading


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Pinterest Pin Board of the Week: Hanukkah!

Christmas-time is around the corner.   It is a wonderful time of year, but it is also a time for other celebrations as well. Hanukkah (also spelled Chanukah) is HERE!    Here is a great collection of holiday activities to do … Continue reading


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George H.W. Bush Remembered As Champion For Those With Disabilities

[Source: Disability Scoop] Over decades of public service, President George H.W. Bush’s work to improve the lives of millions of Americans with disabilities may be one of his more overlooked accomplishments. But it may be one of the most enduring … Continue reading


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