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Powerpoint Books: Matching to Assessed Visual Needs

Literacy is so important for every child. I love making Powerpoint books for my students with CVI. You can make these for the class as a whole based on a thematic unit or make individual books tailored to each child’s visual needs and preferences. 440 more words

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Toys for the Holidays

As we think about gifts for our children with CVI, we want to pick toys and materials for fun and learning. First and foremost, children with CVI are children. 333 more words

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Gift Recommendations from Country Kids

by Amy Stirk, OT

When purchasing gifts for kids of all abilities this holiday season, consider “unplugged ” gifts that can help develop fine motor, visual motor, and gross motor skills while having fun at the same time! 60 more words

Visual Motor: Where to Access the Bow Ends?

From my last blog entry, I mentioned that I highlighted the ends of a bow to help a student have visual access to where to grab to untie the bow. 188 more words

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Old-Timey Fun=Therapy

Old-Timey Fun = Therapy by Molly Shannon, OTR/L, ATP, on the ATandOT Blog     In over three decades of being a mother and occupational therapist, I have seen such a drastic …

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Handwriting & Yoga Summer Camps June 2016

Our Handwriting and Yoga Camps are ideal for kids between the ages of 5-10 who need improvement in writing legibility, are having issues with letter reversals and need to work on developing cursive skills. 244 more words

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