Camp seems like the perfect place for an exuberant child who is excited about everything. However, these are also the kids who may melt down at home or unexpectedly, at camp. [...]
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We released our 100th books4all, I am Invited to a Party by Mo Williems. We decided that [...]
The cautious, sensitive, maybe shy and serious temperament can be one of the toughest to manage during these raucous camp days. Parents want their child to have lots of friends, fun [...]
Nothing means more to a mom than a message of love from her children. This year, make that message extra special by having the kids record their kind words and send them along with pictures they have drawn using the Talking Train.
It’s easy to do… just buy the Talking Train app from [...]
Today we are blogging over at Special-Ism.com. Please take a moment to read this first in a series of blog posts about kids, their temperament and summer camp.
Every spring parents ask us about summer camps that would be appropriate for their sons or daughters; camps that embrace neurodiversity. And every [...]
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The tag line for our web site is “Collaborative Tools and Technologies” and I am bursting to write about a collaborative tool that [...]
Welcome to all OTs who are new to our contact list. We were thrilled to be represented at the AOTA convention in San Diego last week at booth #1331 along with some fantastic OTs and innovative products. Thanks to Tricia Sulppizio Estrada of Wonkido, our apps were well represented along with Liz Griffith and [...]
I have been an OT treating children for (gulp!) 25+ years and still enjoy thinking about my clients and planning the “perfect” session. Sometimes, it seems that the best sessions are the ones that happen if I am willing to let go of MY play. Yesterday was one of those days in our Social Adventures group.
Our 3rd and 4th grade Social Adventures group is made up of kids who have great difficulty thinking flexibly. Their tempers flare if they feel contradicted or challenged or misunderstood. Once we start down that road, there is no going back. Sometimes the kids enter group in an I-am- mad-at-my-friends-for-not-thinking-like-me mood and it makes for a problematic [...]
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