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Proprioceptive Input Activity Suggestions for Small Spaces at School and Home

Students can benefit from proprioceptive input and heavy work activities to help get the body in a ready to learn state. Get a FREE handout!

Students can benefit from proprioceptive input and heavy work activities to help get the body in a ready to learn state. Proprioception is the ability of your muscles and joints to determine where they are in space. The proprioceptive nerve endings in the body provide us with the information of where our hands, arms, and […]

5 Reasons to Provide Handouts to Parents, Teachers, and Students

5 Reasons to Provide Handouts to Parents, Teachers, and Students

5 Reasons to Provide Handouts to Parents, Teachers, and Students As pediatric occupational and physical therapists, we always need to remember that one of the most important, if not the MOST important, aspect of our job is to educate. We need to let students, teachers, school staff and parents know what we do and why […]

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Play Activities for Children with Disabilities

The Alliance for Technology Access has a wonderful, free publication that you can download entitled “We Can Play”. This is a 20 page document loaded with fun, adaptable ideas for children with disabilities. Topics include bike riding, accessible birthday party ideas, games for the car, cooking tips and more. Each topic is a one page […]