Sensory Integration and Praxis Test (SIPT) | Pearson Assessment
Sensory Integration and Praxis Test offers the most complete and flexible assessment of sensory integration available
Description: Velcro a visual guide of "keys" to the wood jig. Sort: Take one key tag from a set of tags - put the tag on the wood jig below the same matching key picture. Repeat, until the set of key tags is on the jig. Next fill orders, using a choice of 2 sets of included Order Cards (Level 1 or 2). Fill an order: Take one order card - put a plastic ring through the hole at the top of the card. Look at the key shape on the card - remove the matching ordered key tag (or keys) from the jig…
Twenty-Two Reasons Why a Child Can't Sit Still - PediaStaff
By: Loren Shlaes, OTR/L Certified Teacher of the Alexander Technique Photo Credit: Rolf Sachs Design The child does not get enough exercise. Children require huge amounts of movement, preferably outside, every single day. Movement and exercise is as essential as food for children in order to stay organized, develop and mature their nervous systems, improve […]
OT Corner: Making Use of the Junk Drawer - PediaStaff
by Stacy Menz, DPT, DPT, Board Certified Pediatric Clinical Specialist Wait don’t throw that away! Our junk drawers can hold some quick and easy fine motor and visual activities for our kids. Let’s get creative with what we unknowingly have in our possession already. Here are some great ideas and activities to do with 3 things […]
Vestibular Stimulation: Making Sense of the Other Senses When Your Child is Blind | WonderBaby.org
Many children with visual impairments seek out physically stimulating activities, like swinging or rocking. Here are ways you can help channel that energy.
Importance of Sensory Integration
Sensory Issues in Young Children A Video Series by Pathways.org #1Understanding the Senses: Do You Know There Are More Than 5?Accompaning Handout: http://pa...
Providing expert occupational therapy in Cornwall and beyond. Sensory Integration assessment, therapy and training in our clinic, in your home or school.
Making Sense of Occupational Therapy Goals - The Anonymous OT
Goals are the way a therapist tracks progress and determines eligibility for services. What are the steps to writing occupational therapy goals, and what factors complicate the process?
5 Fun Ways to Practice Crossing Midline
Here are 5 fun ways to encourage crossing midline: 1. Hit a ball holding a bat with two hands. Put a ball on a tee or hang one from the ceiling. Practice hitting the ball always making sure both hands stay on the bat. 2. Play clapping games. Girls in particular love the play clapping games. Teach children Miss Mary Mack or check out You Tube to learn new hand claps. 3. Make big art. Tape a square box to the floor. Have the child stand in it in front of the white board or chalkboard. Try…
Rounding out February...
The Boss has been busy working in the Sensory room and we are SO excited with the sensory cloud he has built, complete with a system to pull it up against the roof when not in use! Thus... My "Looking UP" picture: I also put together this "sensory organizer" for the boys, this way all the things they need will be right where we can grab them, squishy balls, therapy brushes, chews, fidgets, body sox and small animals we use for praxis games!! I'm really excited with it!