All posts in occupational therapy

so much to talk about, so little time

I thought I’d take the 15 minutes I have this week to blog, right this minute, to update you on all things Williams. If I were you, I’d be wondering how the new medicine is going, if Daddy is better, […]

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the power of a big squeeze

I've discovered a most interesting and simple way to bring comfort and stop a disturbance before it comes to a full-blown meltdown: a big, long squeeze. Yep, it More...

Look how far we’ve come!

The other day I was looking back through my blog archives about Luke's handwriting and the special paper we've used. I came across the photo I shared back More...

i’ve never been a fan of roller coasters

So much has been changing in our lives lately. The start of a new school year was a much bigger upheaval than I imagined. Luke's medications aren't ideal, More...

today, ADHD has defeated me

I have a case of the "WHY MEs" today. Why do I have an ADHD child? Why does my son have special needs? Why can't I be heard More...

weighted lap pads for propioceptive input

I spoke a bit about proprioceptive input here about a month ago. Luke's occupational therapist taught us about it and ways we can help him with this need.Proprioception More...

another upside of ADHD

Since coming to terms with my son's ADHD diagnosis over the last several months, I have realized that it brings many gifts with the challenges.This week, with the More...

creating calm

I think I've said this before, but I'll say it again... I love occupational therapy.Luke is only able to go twice a month instead of weekly, but we More...

for once, a lively waiting room

Waiting rooms are usually somber places. You can hear a pin drop. Everyone stares at the floor or their feet to avoid eye contact with strangers. Even in More...

Occupational Therapy ROCKS!!

I was finally able to find a pediatric occupational therapy center covered by our health insurance. While it's covered, it is still $50/visit. So we are sticking to More...

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