Tag Archives: 14 April 2017

Sensory Corner: Sensory Sensitivity – A Video

[Source: The Sensory Spectrum] Although this video is produced by the National Autistic Society, this video entitled Sensory Sensitivity reflects not only how an Autistic person may experience sensory input but how any sensory sensitive child might. Watch this Video … Continue reading

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Career Corner: 10 Tips to Help You Rock Your Occupational (or other!) Therapy Fieldwork

Editor’s Note:  We love Christie’s Mama OT blog.   Hopefully she won’t mind that we think she should alter her title just a smidgen.   These tips are completely perfect for SLPs, PTs, School Psychologists, and all the other clinical … Continue reading

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PT Corner: Helping Kids Learn to Balance

Editor’s Note:   This article is directed towards parents.  Consider sharing it with the parents and guardians of your students and clients. [Source:  The Inspired Treehouse] Why is balance important for kids?   Balance is important for so many things … Continue reading

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ASD: Communication Deficits and Motor Skills

[Source:  Your Therapy Source] The Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders published research investigating the connection between motor skills (oral-motor, manual-motor) and speech and language deficits.  Data analysis was performed examining a registry from children with autism spectrum disorder  (n = 1781), 2–17 … Continue reading

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Why We Do What We Do: 6-Year-Old Boy with Cerebral Palsy Walks to His U.S. Marine Father for the First Time

Editor’s Note:  This an oldie but goodie that we never published here.   It came up in our feed and I had to share it.   Enjoy! [Source:  Welcome Home Blog/YouTube] “When my husband left on his deployment, our 6-year-old … Continue reading

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