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OT Corner: Games That Improve Pencil Grasp

[Source: The OT Toolbox] Working on a functional pencil grasp with your child or occupational therapy caseload? Need activities to improve pencil grasp that kids WANT to do? These games that improve pencil grasp through fine motor activities are activities that boost … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: More Expressive Language Strategies

[Source: Teach Me to Talk] Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP as she discusses effective techniques to treat expressive language delays in toddlers. This is a continuation from show #350 when we talked about the imitation hierarchy I … Continue reading


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Peds Therapy Corner: Four Ways Children Say their Well-Being Can be Improved

[Source: Medical X-Press] Good emotional health as a child lays the foundation for good life satisfaction in adulthood. However, in the UK children and young people’s happiness with their life is now at its lowest since 2010. Our research team, HAPPEN (Health and Attainment … Continue reading


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OT Corner: School-Related Fine Motor Skills – Understanding the Components

[Source:  Your Therapy Source] When you search the internet, scour social media and review your textbooks, there are thousands of fine motor activities available to improve children’s fine motor skills.  It can become completely overwhelming just to decide what activity to … Continue reading


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PT Corner: Learning to Walk with a Push Toy

[Source: Starfish Therapies] Using a push toy is one way that little ones begin to practice walking. It gives them the support needed while they begin to figure out how to pick up their legs and take steps. As they … Continue reading


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