Monthly Archive
January 1, 2008
Josh Blue is a very funny guy who has figured out how he can best increase awareness about his disability while making people laugh and making a living! Aired on Last Comic Standing on June 8, 2008....
January 1, 2008
The Disorder Is Sensory; the Diagnosis, Elusive By: Benedict Carey In June of 2007 The New York Times published an article about Sensory Processing Disorder. Read the Entire New York Times Article HERE...
January 1, 2008
In the following video report, Noreen Scott, a PT and owner of Tender Ones Physical Therapy explains how Cerebral Palsy affects children, goals associated with Physical Therapy, and how long parents should expect their child to see a Physical Therapist....
January 1, 2008
Rock smash is a multisensory activity idea for children that encourages fine motor, gross motor, proprioceptive input, tactile input and more. Video is from Your Therapy Source...
January 1, 2008
Interview on CBS4 News February 2008, Children are often diagnosed with ADHD or Autism while what they have is really Sensory Processing Disorder....
January 1, 2008
Summary: 100 reproducible games and activity ideas to encourage motor skill development and learning in children. Great resource for fun, home exercise program activities. The book is divided into three sections: Fine motor skill development (32 activities) Gross motor skill development (50…...
January 1, 2008
Rock Bowling is a sensory motor activty idea that encourages proprioceptive input, tactile input, fine motor skills and eye hand coordination. Get outdoors and get playing! From Your Therapy Source dup32919...
January 1, 2008
OT, SPD
Here is a fun activity that encourages upper extremity muscle strengthening, proprioceptive input and tactile input. Go to Your Therapy Source for more pediatric therapy resources...
by: The National Center on Physical Activity and Disability Regular physical activity and physical fitness are especially important in maintaining the health and well being of people of all ages. Research clearly indicates that virtually all individuals, including those with disabilities, can gain…...
January 1, 2008
On average one child a week is diagnosed with Batten Disease in the US. It destroys brain cells, leading to a progessive loss of vision, memory and motors skills. It is always fatal. There is no cure....