Until a couple of years ago, I had never heard about interoception. When I attended a continuing education class about behavior and sensory processing, interoception was mentioned. It intrigued me and I decided to research more. The problem is, not a lot of research has been done on interoception. So today I want to help answer […]
Occupational Therapy Tips
These tips are not to replace the relationship between a therapist and client in a one-on-one treatment setting. If you suspect your child has delays, please tell your doctor and ask for an Occupational Therapy evaluation. These tips are meant for educational and informational use only for parents, teachers, and therapists.
I want to welcome Amy and Evelyn Guttmann to the blog today! They are sisters and pediatric Occupational Therapists in New York. The topic they are sharing on today is such an important one. I know you are going to get a lot of amazing tips as they share about the secret sensory culprit that makes […]
Fidgets seem to be the topic of conversation lately thanks to the fidget spinner craze. I’ve taken a look at the science behind fidgets here on the site, but I’ve had some people ask what type of fidgets I recommend. While there are many great DIY fidget ideas , I wanted to create a DIY […]
Have you wondered if your child’s handwriting is age appropriate? Maybe you have a child who is struggling with handwriting and you don’t know what to do? Get 5 days of pre-writing and handwriting tips in my new FREE e-mail series. 5 Days of Pre-Writing And Handwriting Tips In this free e-mail series we will […]
Having a strong pincer grasp is important for future handwriting skills and is a natural part of a child’s hand grasp development. I’ve teamed up with Adapt Ease to share 5 fun activities for pincer grasp practice with you today. This is a sponsored post on behalf of Adapt Ease. I was provided free product […]