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.
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