Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) is a severe and consistent behavioral disorder in children. Use these four strategies to better manage your child's ...
Does Crawling Matter: An Occupational Therapist Explores the Benefits of Crawling Pediatric Occupational Therapy,
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The Inspired Treehouse - How can you support the development self-regulation in your child? Check out some of our best activities and ideas here!
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A pediatric occupational therapist shares 5 non-Bumbo ways to support babies who are not yet able to sit independently.
Question: My 9 year old chews on everything… erasers, foam rubber, shirt collars. He has always had an oral fixation since he was a toddler, putting toys in ...
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It's normal for a young child to have tantrums and be otherwise disruptive, but researchers have found that if such behavior is prolonged or especially ...
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Pick the best toys with these tips from occupational therapy practitioners. American Occupational Therapy Association
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Discipline vs Punishment - What's The Difference (4 Effective Discipline Strategies) - Parenting For Brain
Links to sites with collections of apps for therapeutic use with autistic kids. Because these are designed for autistic kids, they are very sensory based ...
Children with 'severe' autism are the most ignored, but something important is changing | The Independent
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OT Practice explores toilet training and autism. Our infographic has tips on using your strengths as an OT Practitioner.
Oral motor therapy works on the oral skills necessary for proper speech and feeding development. For example, try saying “la la la” right now, ...
Journaling is recommended by child therapists to better understand behaviors. Print these journals to improve communication, track dreams, and more.
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Scooter Board Sensory Activities. Therapy for kids with sensory processing disorder difference. #SPD
Laughing not only eases stress, promotes social bonding, and lowers blood pressure, it may also boost your immune system. So bring some humo.
A suicide prevention program trains middle and high school students as peer mentors — shaping school
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Motor Skill Abilities and Disruptive Behavior Disorder - researchers concluded that since of the adolescents with a DBD suffered from motor impairment, ...
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Occupational Therapy treatment tips and tools for pediatrics and school-based therapy using mostly free or inexpensive materials and items you can find ...
Four ways to promote independence and participation by helping kids be able to dress themselves with
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Parents of children with learning differences must know their children's rights in order to protect them from inappropriate punishments at school.
Gorski, I Think I Have the Wiggle Fidgets (Adventures of Everyday Geniuses): Barbara Esham, Mike Gordon, Carl Gordon: Great book about a kid who has ADHD.
When my worries get too big! : a relaxation book for children who live with anxiety / written and illustrated by Kari Dunn Buron ; foreword by Brenda Smith ...
Before You Say I'm Bored... the Bored Board & Lots. American Occupational Therapy AssociationBehavioral ...