I've created an activity sheet that would work well on the Christmas table with your kids! Therapists may like to use it their sessions or give it to their students as a holiday activity. There is plenty to do on the activity sheet including a find-a-word, gingerbread man search, colouring and drawing!
Your child can work on their visual perceptual skills as well as pencil control whilst having fun with this activity sheet! Get your FREE copy today!
"In this Evidence Connection article, we describe a case report of an adolescent with autism spectrum disorder. The
occupational therapy assessment and treatment processes for school, home, community, and transition
settings are described. Findings from the systematic reviews on this topic were published in the September/
October 2015 issue of the American Journal of Occupational Therapy and in AOTA’s Occupational Therapy
Practice Guidelines for Individuals With Autism Spectrum Disorder"
This free 5-day email course provides an overview of sensory processing disorder, the 8 sensory systems, different sub-types of SPD and signs of dysregulation of each system. Includes suggestions for activities to use for each system so you can see what works for your child.
5 School-based OT handouts - perfect for parents and teachers, translated into Spanish.
Handwriting practice tips
All about shoulder stability
Hand strengthening activities
3 Simple tricks to get your child writing
How to teach crayon and pencil grip
This free email course outlines the 6 components of handwriting, how to teach them, and how to correct the bad habits that children commonly adopt. Includes a freebie packet of parent/teacher handouts.
.Developmental milestones for tummy time, learning to roll, sit, crawl, stand, and cruise. Each milestone includes links to posts more information and activities to promote development. progress toward each one.
Strategies and resources to teach students to become more aware of, and independent in controlling their emotions and impulses, managing their sensory needs, and improving their ability to problem solve conflicts using the Zones of Regulation curriculum to categorize and challenge the way our state of alertness makes us feel and act.