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I did this in fieldwork before I ever found this pin! Slingshot therapy!!!

Visual motor bingo- Love this idea for learning early developmental forms! @Pediatric Therapy Center-for all of our pins, please visit our page at

Visual Motor Bingo Sample Pages

E-stim for stroke rehabilitation

Stroke rehabilitation - Tensway

Top 20 ADHD Accommodations and Modifications That Work - Typically children diagnosed with ADHD have developmentally inappropriate behavior, including poor attention skills, impulsivity, and hyperactivity. While there may be disagreement among professionals regarding the incidence rate and even the actual diagnosis, all teachers will agree that all students are different and a single approach or strategy will not work for each and every student.

Calming Strategy poster made by a wonderful OT for the calm corner

Ice vs. Heat: what's better for your pain?

Should You Use Ice or Heat for Pain? (Infographic)

A fun & creative way to build SO many skills (balance, kinestethia, visual motor, self-regulation)...the list goes on!

101 suggesties met pittenzakjes » Juf Sanne

Chair Activity Bingo! Great way to get active in a classroom with limited space. Also great for senior centers!

Chair Activity Bingo

sensory diet groups broken down into activities to feed the different categories (proprioceptive, tactile, vestibular etc.)

The Sensory Diet: What You Can Do to Help Your Child

Kinesio Taping instruction for a hand, finger pain. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources

Kinesio Taping for a Hand Pain | BB TAPE

TRIGGER FINGER EXERCISES: STEP 2: Finger Abduction 2 This routine works similarly to the abduction exercise where blood circulation is enhanced and the smaller ligaments are strengthened. Separate the injured finger as far away from the closest normal finger. Allow the two fingers to form a V position. Have the index finger and thumb of your other hand push the two fingers against the other fingers. Then press slightly the two fingers bringing them closer together.

Trigger Finger Exercises

Thank you to Anne Zachry of the Pediatric Occupational Therapist for this fantastic idea! As a therapist, I frequently work with children on bilateral upper extremity skills. It’s important for a child to learn to stabilize an object or container while performing an activity with the opposite hand. This is a simple, inexpensive activity that addresses bilateral skills and visual perception. When the child is required to copy a pattern, this addresses design copy and color ...

How to take simple wheelchair measurements. Pinned by your source for geriatric OT resources.

OT Toolkit Blog - Measure for Wheelchair

Motor play ideas for baby.

Play Recipe- Dirt Dough- A NEW sensory material that feels JUST like dirt! Great for construction play, mud pie making, pretend gardening, and so much more!

Milestones Matter, Early Childhood Development by Column Five Media for Rasmussen College via pacenet #Infographic #Child_Development #Rasmussen_College #Column_Five_Media

Tip-A-Week Blog from PACE |

great site for occupational therapy info!

Provide your client with the paper plate, cut it up like a pie (don't really cut, but have them quarter it with a marker/pencil what have you). Have them fill in the coping skills of their choice (from the brainstorming) in all the open spots. Make the arrow and stick it on. Now have them give it a whirl! Guess what you can do now? You're right! PRACTICE how they can utilize this tool in the future!!

Why swing in Occupational Therapy? - C Occupational Therapy | Child and Family Development

Stroke Nation | Stroke Recovery Exercise | Physio Ball After Stroke Arm Exercise

Stroke Nation | Stroke Recovery | Lots of videos on Stroke Exercises

Fighting Spasticity After Stroke

Awesome blog by an OT who had a stroke and became her own caregiver. Great explanations of muscle synergies! From your friends at Saebo

Awesome website for manual therapy for all muscles!!

OT's Role in Cognitive Rehab: While many professions address cognition, OT's role is unique and well-supported on ADVANCE for Occupational Therapy Practitioners