How to Achieve Your Goals in 10 Steps

How to achieve your goals in 10 steps from Your Therapy Source

Do you struggle with goal setting or wonder how to achieve your goals? Whether you have set goals for yourself or your students have set goals, it is important to follow these 10 steps to achieve the goals.  Many times we have high aspirations and lofty goals especially at the start of the school year […]

Best Sellers of 2018

Another year is coming to a close. Each year at YourTherapySource, we like to recap the best sellers and the top blog posts. Are your picks on the list of best sellers of 2018?

Another year is coming to a close.  Each year at YourTherapySource, we like to recap the best sellers and the top blog posts.  First of all, let me state that we are very grateful for our amazing customers.  We are always receiving positive feedback about our products which makes our job here so fulfilling.  Since […]

Top Read Blogposts of 2018

top read blogposts of 2018

Each year we like to do a recap on the top read blogposts of 2018 that were published in 2018.  How many have you checked out?  #10 – Sensory Versus Behavior Checklist #9 – Free Fine Motor And Executive Functioning Skills Activities for Fall #8 – Dysgraphia – Types, Symptoms and How to Help #7 – […]

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Visual Supports in the Classroom – 30 Ways To Help Students

Do you use visual supports in the classroom? They can be an excellent learning tool to help students to understand auditory input through visual images. In special education classrooms, visual supports are often used but ALL STUDENTS can benefit from visual supports and strategies. Visual supports can be picture images, words, tangible objects or other items to represent directions, routines, verbal requests and more.

Do you use visual supports in the classroom?  They can be an excellent learning tool to help students to understand auditory input through visual images.  In special education classrooms, visual supports are often used but ALL STUDENTS can benefit from visual supports and strategies.  Visual supports can be picture images, words, tangible objects or other […]

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Ayres Sensory Integration for Children with Autism

Ayres Sensory Integration for children with autism

Autism Research published a review to evaluate the effectiveness of Ayres Sensory Integration for children with autism.  Using the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Standards for Evidence-based Practices in Special Education, a systemic review was conducted from 2006 to 2017 on Ayres Sensory Integration for children with autism. Methodology of the Review on Ayres Sensory Integration for Children […]

New Year’s Eve Countdown Game

Need a New Year’s Eve countdown game?  Check out this dice game for your New Year’s Eve celebration with the children.  It is just like Shut the Box.  You can play with one player or four players.  Download your free New Year’s Eve Countdown Game at the bottom of the post. Directions on How to […]

Improve Fine Motor Skills Using Physical Exercise

Recent research was conducted with neurotypical five-year-old children to determine how to improve fine motor skills using physical exercise.

Recent research was conducted with neurotypical five-year-old children to determine how to improve fine motor skills using physical exercise. As pediatric therapists, we all know the importance of fine motor skill development and school. Whether it is using manipulatives, school supplies, writing or zipping up a backpack, efficient fine motor skills are necessary. This study […]

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Entry and Exit Slips for Pediatric Therapy – FREE for OT, PT, Speech, and Counseling

These entry and exit slips for pediatric therapy are FREE for OT, PT, Speech, and Counseling.  It doesn't get any easier than this to review and reinforce what your students are learning.

These entry and exit slips for pediatric therapy are FREE for OT, PT, Speech, and Counseling.  It doesn’t get any easier than this to review and reinforce what your students are learning. Why Use Entry and Exit Slips for Pediatric Therapy? Perhaps you are wondering why even use entry and exit slips for pediatric therapy?  […]