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LEGO Apps That Your Child Really Wants to Play

Toddlers and preschoolers love tablets.  Wouldn’t it be terrific if parents could download apps that actually developed skills instead of just kept children happy?

The LEGO Duplo apps series for toddlers will enchant kids and their parents.   200 more words

Parenting

Starting to Deal With Sensory Integration Disorder

Small’s Occupational Therapist agrees that his sensory integration disorder is severely impacting all areas of his life, possibly to a greater extent than we had realised. 331 more words

Aspergers

#OTalk 25th November 2014 - Authentic Occupations

I came across an abstract of Mandy Graham’s (@OTLeeds) thesis – ‘Keeping it real: an explorative study into the use of authentic occupations within forensic occupational therapy’ – in the August issue of the British Journal of Occupational Therapy (vol 77, issue 8, pg. 588 more words

OTalk

Will technology change re-invention of ideas?

I attended a conference on Children’s Mental Health with a session on Universal Design for Learning (UDL). The speaker mentioned a learning strategy that he used that has since been adopted by others under a different name…which got me to wondering. 152 more words

Higher Education

LATEST BATHROOM UPDATE! BACK TO THE OLD OLD STORY

GREAT NEWS

The latest news is that the Occupational Therapy department have confirmed that they have lifted all objections to the installation of the bathroom upgrades (surprise, surprise!), and they have passed this information on to the builders, for this build to be considered as a high priority job. 104 more words

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