Pediatric occupational therapy
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Whether your child has sensory sensitivities, struggles with fine, gross, and/or visual motor skills, or needs help with handwriting, these occupational therapy activities will not disappoint!
Quwanda Shields saved to Exercise
This Blog and Infographic will review tonic reflexes, their significance if the reflex persists beyond the typical age range, and the possible impact on a child’s functioning and role performance. Last but not least, this blog will suggest therapeutic interventions that are known to help inhibit the activation of tonic reflexes and advance postural control as a foundation for optimal functioning.
Bethie la saved to gross motor
These are my favorite, go-to, in-person pediatric home health OT toys that stay in my car year-round when I work with children ages 1-5. What is in your Therapy Bag?
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Brittany Turner Harris saved to OT
How a Vertical Surface and Floor Activities Improve Core Stability - FREE Printable - DEVELOP LEARN GROW
A vertical surface and floor activities improve a child's core stability and fine motor skills needed for attending to school tasks.
Amber Murry saved to Learning Time
Our team of therapists created Gross Motor Exercise Worksheets that target individual occupational therapy goals and incorporate unique learning style.
Lisa Setser saved to OT
After seeing this post on Pinterest from Creative Clinical Social Worker, I thought it would be helpful to post about terminology to use for pediatric therapy. If you follow my blog or website, you know I love the words "facilitate", "promote" and "encourage". When documenting therapy sessions I tend to overuse the words "completed" and "accomplished". So in order to expand my vocabulary I looked over the list and added some of my own. Some of the terms are more suitable for evaluations and…
The Stepping Stones Group saved to Pediatric PTs
Use these free apps for occupational therapy activities to build skills in handwriting, fine motor, visual motor, executive functioning, and regulation.
Gina La Ruffa saved to OT ideas
These super fun scooter board activities for kids help promote greater focus and self-regulation while also improving gross motor function and skills!
Meghan Henderson Swlc saved to Schoolagers 2019
We're always on the lookout for cool toys that make it fun to work on important developmental skills with kids. Ever heard of Squigz? Learn more here!
Katie Rhoades saved to Occupational Therapy