Do you have students who are troubled by anxious energy, the overwhelming need to move, or difficulty with focus?
Whether you are a parent, teacher, or therapist, do you know children who would benefit from play experiences and practice performing tasks that do not come easily?
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As I began working on a new Visual Schedule project for pre-K, I did a little digging into research-based practices to support positive behaviors in preschool classrooms. What did I find? READ MORE!
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Visual Systems for Occupational Therapy Read More! Improving participation and constructive use of time for: Therapeutic Activities, Schedules, Routines, and Classroom Self-Regulation!
How to make the process of using new bathrooms fun, interesting, and successful!
Finally! A systematic method to teach self-regulation skills to children with sensory, emotional, and behavioral needs. Color coded task cards give students managed choices to learn specific skills that meet their sensory needs and also calm them down, so that they can perform their academic classroom tasks. Read all about it!