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Great site for coloring patterns! ~ i'm off to grab my colored pencils

interactive feather wreath: ...It was crafted using EZ’s feather tutorial onto single layer felt. I wrapped an old canvas in tea dyed white felt and laid the feathers right onto it. The felt on felt combo makes a perfect adhesive for the wreath. It is basically a grown up felt board, remember those from childhood? #wallart

This Spoon Cancels out the Tremors of Parkinson's Disease Patients So They Can Eat Normally

Occupational Therapy... Ryan Gosling understand's my OT pain.

Tactile matching game. Balloons filled with rice, flour, sugar, small pearl tapioca, lentils, quinoa and pumpkin seeds. Each balloon has a match, and children have to find it.

Tissue Paper and Empty plastic bottles: play plus fine motor strengthening, tripod grasp, defining arches of the hand, bilateral hand coordination, eye-hand coordination, colors, and FUN! By #TheSugarAunts

A small push pin fits inside a stetro pencil grip. The student can poke along the shape outline on paper or cardboard until it is punched out while using the tripod grasp.

Some great fine motor ideas by a Level II fieldwork student!

smiley face maze with both visual perceptual and visual motor components - I think I'll have them use a binger dot marker.

A marshmallow (or other thing) popper from Real Simple. Cut off the bottom of the cup, cut off the top of a balloon, put them together, and then sling pop things around.

Info on e-stim placement for subluxation, general UE after stroke.