Tag Archives: OT

OT Corner: Developing Clinical Skills in Assistive Technology

[Source: Your Therapy Source] By Michelle L. Lange OTR, ABDA, ATP  www.atilange.com.  Originally published in Advance for Occupational Therapy Practitioners This regular Assistive Technology series has now included 26 articles, spanning topics such as seating, mobility, speech generating devices, computers … Continue reading

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Pediatric Therapy Corner: 10 Back to School Tips for School Based Therapists

[Source:  Your Therapy Source] It is that time of year again – back to school.  Here are 10 tips to help you get started on the right “foot” (for the PTs) or “write path” (for the OTs).  Get it hahahaha! … Continue reading

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Pediatric Tx Activity of Week: Paper Helicopter

Editor’s Note:  This is a great idea for both fine motor and following directions! [Source:  Therapy Fun Zone] It is always fun for kids to be able to take home a fun item that they created, and the paper helicopters … Continue reading

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Peds Tx Corner: Early Motor Skills and Language Development

[Source:  The Conversation via Your Therapy Source] Hayley Leonard, Goldsmiths, University of London and Elisabeth L Hill, Goldsmiths, University of London Learning to sit up, crawl and walk are all major milestones in a child’s early development – and parents … Continue reading

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Occupational Therapy Corner: It’s the Little Things that Make Life BIG!

Editor’s Note:  Thank you to PediaStaff contractor, Susan Mullins who offered to write this fantastic article on behalf of PediaStaff for Anne Zachry’s blog! [Source:  Pediatric Occupational Therapy Tips] Alaska…where salmon is a staple and hearts, mountains, glacial lakes, eagles, … Continue reading

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