What does sensory integration have to do with dysgraphia?
There was a discussion on Facebook with a high school or college student recently. She was remarking how not having the 504 in place made it extremely frustrating to pass her piano class. She describes difficulty coordinating her hands to
OTs and PTs are no longer related service providers. In 2015, Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) was approved. This law changed the function and title of all support staff in the education system.
Welcome to OT Month! April has fast come upon us. Many OT practioners are enjoying themselves in sunny NOLA. Enjoy AOTA Conference! Meanwhile, I am sitting at home hiding under my blanket trying to keep warm on this dreary Friday.
It’s pi (π) day. Have you ever asked your students to write the Greek alphabet? I have not, but π day got me thinking about Motor Learning Theory.
02/12/2019 – This morning a mom posted a story on Facebook. She indicated that her child has had to endure a move 1/2 way across the country while the new school reduced the supports that he was receiving in his
In Facebook several weeks ago, a mom put her child’s work on a post. This post was different than many that I see. Many are crying for help. This one demonstrated a technique that helps accommodate visual-spatial and memory dysgraphia
What is Motor Dysgraphia? Motor Dysgraphia is the most commonly referred form of dysgraphia. Do you know a child that has trouble walking down the hall without touching it or likes to spin and spin and spin? How about that
Shalom! Many people think Shalom means peace. I learned today that part of that peace is bringing wholeness or completion to something. Whether it’s a building or a relationship, we all need to feel whole in our response to the