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Caseload Management to Provide Effective Push-Ins and Collaboration! Collaboration is essential in providing occupational and speech therapy services in school systems. Research indicates that support must be provided to the individual, team, and systems in place so that students may succeed. Although pull-out sessions can be effective, pushing into the classroom and collaboration are the […]

Boys playing in a Motor Lab
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Motor Labs and Sensory Paths Every year, students exhibit increased challenges in motor skills, attention, visual skills, and behavior. Research also indicates an increase in childhood obesity.  The addition of school-wide movement initiatives, such as motor labs and sensory paths, can promote healthy school climates needed for learning. School-based occupational therapists have the expertise to […]

New Ideas for Posture, UE Stability, and More!
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New Ideas and Techniques for Posture, Upper Extremity Stability, Pressure, Wrist Extension, and Grip! Academic expectations are increasing every year. Children are asked to write even in preschool! Unfortunately, their bodies sometimes need to catch up with these expectations. There are many children that have poor handwriting because they have an issue with body positioning, […]

Primitive Reflexes
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Primitive Reflexes: Screening, Compensation Techniques, and Treatment Primitive reflexes emerge in utero and should be integrated no later than 2 years of age. Unfortunately, studies show that approximately 75% of school-aged children with learning disabilities have retained primitive reflexes, which are becoming more common and strongly impact the function of these students. This 2-hour course provides […]

Sloppy Handwriting
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Sloppy Handwriting? Tips and Techniques to Improve Common Handwriting Problems Even in this age of technology, students are writing for the majority of their day. Because of an increase in academic expectations, teachers often do not have enough time in their day to teach handwriting. Illegible handwriting can lead to poor grades, low motivation to […]

iPad Apps in Occupational Therapy
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iPad Apps in Occupational Therapy: Apps for Organization, Behavior, Sensory, Fine Motor, and Visual Perception (Updated) In this 2-hour webinar, the presenter reviews and explains iPad apps related to organizational skills for students and therapists, behaviors and rewards, sensory, fine motor, and visual perception. Many are also demonstrated. Use these apps to enhance your therapy […]

iPads Apps for Handwriting Skills
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iPad Apps for Handwriting Skills and Compensation Techinques In this 2-hour webinar, the presenter reviews iPad apps that can be used to teach handwriting as well as using iPads as a modification for students that have handwriting difficulties. It is recommended that you have your iPad handy so that you can practice during the webinar. […]

A therapist and children wearing masks in a classroom during COVID-19 quarantine
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Push-in to the Classroom! The Why and How for Related Service Providers Push-in to the classroom is an evidence-based and effective treatment strategy for OTs, PTs, and SLPs. Because of multiple barriers, therapists are often more comfortable providing pull-out therapy sessions. In this 2-hour course, the speaker includes a research review, push-in and distance-learning strategies, […]

Students working together at a table with masks to protect themselves and others from COVID-19 and other respiratory illnesses
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COVID Slide: RTI Strategies to Overcome Regression After COVID Are you looking for ways to CLOSE THE GAP for elementary students that need support because of COVID-19? COVID Slide is a term used to express the expected level of regression due to remote learning and students’ absences during the COVID pandemic. School professionals around the […]

Parent sitting with daughter on a couch accessing Telehealth servicesaccessing
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Highly Engaging Telehealth Sessions in K-5 (Using Zoom) As a telehealth therapist, how many times have you said, “My students are a no-show” or “I can’t get them to pay attention!” When your students are highly engaged, they look forward to your sessions and stay engaged the entire time! This 2-hour webinar provides specific strategies […]

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Just Right! Teaching Sensory Modulation in Grades K-5 Sensory modulation, defined as the ability to respond appropriately to sensory information and remain at an appropriate level of alertness, is critical for academic and social success. Research shows that modulation is a skill that can be taught. When viewed within a larger educational framework, sensory modulation […]

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OT’s Role in Social and Emotional Learning Social and emotional learning (SEL) is essential to human development and helps create a positive learning environment for all students. Many school districts are establishing systemic, schoolwide approaches to SEL. Therefore, it is important for school-based occupational therapy practitioners to understand their role in implementing SEL within therapy […]