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Occupational Therapy Resources and Treatment Ideas

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Self Regulation Hand Out

Self Regulation Hand Out

The Importance of Visual Sequential Memory. What it is, how it differs from visual memory and why our kids really need us to know this. (Part 1)

The Importance of Visual Sequential Memory/Inner Pieces Gallery

a lot of visual perceptual information

Visual Perceptual Skills - Therapy Fun Zone

Let's make a Coping Skills Toolbox. Love this explanation.

... - a grouped images picture

Special education accommodations for math, reading, writing, organization, homework, and tests.

Special Education Accommodations

Is it Sensory, Behavior, or Both? How Sensory Processing Disorder and behaviors are linked. From

The Anonymous OT

Help for the Energetic Child

Blessed with Boundless Energy - 1+1+1=1

Corn Casseroles, Corn Bread Recipe, Side Dishes, Sweets Corn, Jiffy Corn Casserole, Corn Spoonbread, Sweet Corn Bread, Corn Muffins, Southern Bite

Sweet Corn Spoonbread and a Great Big "Thanks!" - Southern Bite

Kids Roundup, Type Lessons For Kids, Learning To Type For Kids, Type Programs, Homeschool Resources, Kids Technology, Programs For Kids, Kids Programs, Kids Type

Typing Programs for Kids

Sisters Crazy, Treats Dips, Cute Halloween Treats, Rice Krispies, Fall Treats, Fun, Fabulous Halloween, Simple Tricks, Rice Krispie Treats


Wonderful ways to correct pencil grip when teaching primaries... also, links to great finger exercises .

P is for Polka Dot Pumpkin from @B-Inspired Mama. This Halloween activity is a fun and educational way to teach letter recognition to children.

Learning the Letter P with A Pumpkin Halloween Activity

Why is self-esteem important for school and social success? And why are kids with learning and attention issues at risk for low-self-esteem?

Building Self-Esteem and Motivating Children - Understood

How to find out if your child is eligible for special education.

Finding Out If Your Child Is Eligible for Special Education

orange and black pumpkins with cute little mice for steps on porch

Thrifty and Chic - DIY Projects and Home Decor

Brain Gym exercises and further resources

Google Drive Viewer

Checklist Sample of accommodations - track what each student needs according to iep. Yay consistency!

fine motor skills activities kids will love!

One educator turned stay at home mom attempts to explain - repinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our ped therapy, school & special ed pins

A new collection of fonts designed for dyslexics and special needs students makes it easier for them to: Recognize characters (improve legibility) Comprehend what they read better (improve readability) Practice their initial handwriting Avoid common reading and writing mistakes

Dyslexia Fonts: EZRead - EzWrite - EZBrain Games (Windows Only)

Lesley Addison, OTD '10, OTR/L, has created an app in the Apple store titled, "TherapyWhiz.” The purpose of the app is to provide therapists/students with a quick reference for frequently used therapy norms, diagnoses, and provide some basic therapeutic ideas. The focus of this app is on hand therapy. Learn more at #wusm #wustl

TherapyWhiz on the App Store on iTunes

Assistive Technology Blog: SnapType For Occupational Therapy-For Students Who Have Difficulty With Handwriting. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at for therapy resources.

Sensory supports for the classroom. Shows what is calming for kids to see, hear and feel. (Autism Classroom Ideas) Repinned by Follow us at

Miss Allison's Class: Sensory Supports for the Classroom FREEBIE

Working Memory, Hemisphere Integration and Attention Building Activities for Optimal Learning is a great workbook that improves memory, attention, processing speed mental flexibility and executive functioning.$

Working Memory, Hemisphere Integration and Attention Building

more 'movement exercises' for handwriting. one tip here states to regulate motions / speed with a metronome. I should try that!