Category Archives: PT

Physical Therapy Corner: 10 Ideas to Celebrate PT Month in October

[Source: Your Therapy Source] National Physical Therapy Month in celebrated in October each year.  I have posted in the past about simple ways to promote physical therapy (especially in the schools) but it has been awhile so here is a … Continue reading


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Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury: Where Do We Go From Here?

Editor’s Note:  September is Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness Month.   This is just one of the great resources you can find on Brainline.org.  Interestingly enough, it was originally written for the ASHA Leader.  Additionally, Click HERE for all the Articles we have … Continue reading


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Six Children’s Books on Diversity and Acceptance of Self and Others

[Source:  Friendship Circle.org] Have a child, grandchild or student who is not coping well because he feels different from his friends and classmates? So often children feel they are “different” than their peers. Whether it is a perception or a … Continue reading


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PT Corner: Halloween Inspired Gross Motor Games

[Source: Starfish Therapies] Looking for some fun things to do with the kids that are Halloween Themed and will work on those gross motor skills? Check out these games! Pumpkin Bowling: You can literally use a small round pumpkin or … Continue reading


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Outdoor Alphabet Match

[Source:  I Can Teach My Child] Today is Day 15 of our 31 Days of Outdoor Activities for Toddlers series.  The last couple of days have involved fun and unstructured outdoor play (both in the backyard and then at the park), so … Continue reading


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