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Where to reach to open the container?

We have a new occupational therapy student working in our program.  It didn’t take long for him to see the successes in visual motor function when CVI strategies were used to reduce complexity with black tape and to highlight the opening snaps with red tape.   71 more words


Spooky Fun in OT Today!

Ever since I was a kid, I have LOVED all things spooky. I relished anything that had to do with witches, ghosts, mummies, or zombies. I definitely passed this on to all three of my kids, who have been begging me to turn the inside of my home into a haunted house for the past six months.:) 363 more words

Another Solution for Accurate Visual Motor

When children move into Phase II and III of CVI as measured on the Christine Roman CVI Range, using vision for function is the primary focus for learning. 108 more words


Some Fun Ideas for St. Patrick's Day

Lets tackle the creative play, visual motor, fine motor, and sensory areas of development while celebrating St. Patrick’s Day!

Fine Motor/Creative Play Skills: Here’s an idea to make your own toilet-paper roll leprechaun: 49 more words

Toy Recommendation Guide 2013

Here it is… The ultimate toy recommendation list… Now if only I could afford 1 of each of them…

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Fine Motor

Making a Homework Zone

School has started and the homework is coming at full force. Here are some things to consider when making homework area for your child.

  • Look at the potential distractions present near the homework zone.
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OT Activities

Worms and Minnows!

Today’s fine motor Friday is dedicated to an activity we did at handwriting camp! In order for kids to learn good handwriting habits, handwriting has to be fun. 112 more words

Bilateral Coordination