“I’m not doing that!”

Blog Written by Cheri Dotterer November 21, 2019 What is causing the “I’m not doing that” response in students? Kids are innately adult pleasers who want to meet the expectations of the adults around them. It’s the wear and tear of everyday struggles that changes...

OT MONTH Has arrived

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. Anyway, have you ever hear of...

Accomodating Division

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 and dyscalculia. Mom realized...

Does your student have Motor 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 child whose movements are jerky and...

Let’s build the dysgraphia community

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 circumstances around us. There are many...