20+ Simple Hands On Activities That Help Build Fine Motor Skills
Building Fine Motor Skills Poster you clever monkey
Handwritten Print For Occupational Therapists by artbysarahku
Make sure you& feeding your baby the right stuff. New Born Baby Zone More at the New Born Baby Zone. Know how much milk to feed your baby. Babble More from Babble. all about baby poo and which you should worry
Do-It-Yourself Designs for Daily Living
Adapting Everyday Objects to Make Daily Life Easier. Not just for older folks -- universal design principals make life easier for the very young, the very busy, and people with disabilities.
How to improve your child's cutting skills -Tips from a pediatric OT
Make one special photo charms for your pets, compatible with your Pandora bracelets. OT Hack for Kids Who Stick Out Their Elbow When They Cut with Scissors!
Primitive Motor Reflexes & Their Impact on a Child's Function
Infographic - Primitive Motor Reflexes & Their Impact on a Child's Function
This visual motor activity works on skills needed to color such as hand grasp and shoulder girdle strength. This activity also works on crossing midline and hand eye coordination.
Relying on our free NBCOT Exam (OTR) practice questions can mean the difference between passing and failing your exam.
How to Make Theraputty
Use before writing to help strengthen hand muscles and boost fine motor abilities. Can hide buttons/beans/other little things in the putty for students to find and dig out.
Second choice of career if I didn't make it in nursing!
I’m an occupational therapist, an obscure profession if there ever was one. We are few and far between, maybe because we have chosen to serve people with disabilities. All disabilities. Not a glamorous endeavour, nor a lucrative one. And I say serve.