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OT/PT Corner: December Gross Motor Planning

[Source: Pink Oatmeal] December is one of my favorite months for gross motor planning.  With the holidays upon us there are so many fun themed gross motor activities that you can try! Everything from The Gingerbread Man to Christmas themed … Continue reading


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Pinterest Resources of the Week: Hanukkah and Kwanzaa Too!

Christmas-time is a wonderful time of year, but it is also a time for other celebrations as well.,  Rather than lumping all of the holidays into a mush of “Holiday” celebrations that lose the essence of each individual traditions, how … Continue reading


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Pinterest Holiday Pin of the Week: Hand Santa Falling Down the Chimney

I fell in love with this one the minute I saw it, and while it might not be the very most repinned Pinterest pin of the week it is certainly quite popular and definitely the cutest!   We f0und it from … Continue reading


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Brain Differences May Be Tied to Obesity, Kids’ Study Says

[Source:  Medical X-Press] New results from the largest long-term study of brain development and children’s health raise provocative questions about obesity and brain function. Does excess body weight somehow reduce brain regions that regulate planning and impulse control? Is obesity a result of that … Continue reading


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Pencil Grasp, Legibility and Muscle Activation

[Source: Your Therapy Source] A recent study was published on pencil grasp, legibility and muscle activation. The researchers evaluated differences in the handwriting characteristics of thirty-four 18-22-year-old subjects when using the four primary handwriting grip styles: dynamic quadrupod, dynamic tripod, … Continue reading


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