Tag Archives: 3 August 2012

Did Phelps’ ADHD Make Him the Greatest Olympian of All Time?

Editor’s Note:  Here is a very cool article for your enjoyment and also perhaps to share with your older kiddos with ADHD.  Our kids with ADHD always think of their condition as a “problem.” Why not use this article as … Continue reading

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Teaching Preschoolers to Use Scissors – Great Article on Parents.com!

Editor’s Note:  We are especially excited about this week’s OT Corner Article.   Anne Zachry, OTR/L of Pediatric Occupational Therapy Tips was asked to write the following article on teaching preschoolers to use scissors for Parents.com.   We were honored when … Continue reading

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NICU News: Brain Injury Patterns Predict Outcomes in Oxygen-Starved Infants

Image Credit: RSNA.org [Source:  News-Medical.net] By Helen Albert, Senior MedWire Reporter Patterns of brain injury in babies with neonatal hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE) predict survival and disability in late infancy, show study findings. The researchers also found that children treated by inducing hypothermia shortly after … Continue reading

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Worth Repeating: Fighting with Spanglish

by Jake Downs Recently, my son Alex and I were visiting his grandparents when I noticed something that I had perhaps taken for granted before. You see, I am a first-generation Hispanic-American, and my son, while his Spanish isn’t perfect, … Continue reading

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Free Back to School Resources from LessonPix

Its’s Back to School Time.   Our friends at LessonPix have added a bunch of great ‘back to school’ freebies on their website that we wanted to recommend! Writing pages Do/Do Not Visuals  Ask For Cards Calendar Cards Numbered Schedules … Continue reading

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