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Blogs We Love

Here are just a few of the OT blogs we love:

The Recycling Occupational Therapist – “Innovative Interventions to Treat Children on the Autism Spectrum”

Miss Awesomeness – “This blog chronicles my OT journey starting from 2006 in the beginning of OT school, through 9 months of fieldwork, to my first year as an OT working in rural Deep South in physical dysfunction, to my transition into an elementary school system district in California. I’m in my third year now and learning new things every day. My mind is constantly blown by the amazingness of OT!”

The Anonymous OT – “Unfiltered Opinions from a Pediatric Occupational Therapist”

The OT Mama – “Thoughts and ideas from an OT Mamma!”

TechnOT – “An occupational therapy blog about the role of online technology in OT education and practice.”

ABC Therapeutics – “Reflections on a Lifework of Occupational Therapy”

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New Products for 2013!

As we head into 2013, we want to share with you just a few of our great new products:

2013newproducts1Fill and Spills are all-purpose toys for Early Intervention great for eye hand coordination and fine motor development. The multi-textured toys jingle, rattle, hum and crinkle when they are shaken or squeezed.

 

2013newproducts2If you are looking for the “just right” gross motor challenge, these adaptable Rainbow River Stones are for you. Six brightly colored durable plastic “stones” of varying sizes (2 pieces of each size) invite many possibilities of balance activities, motor planning activities, and obstacle courses.

 

2013newproducts3Not only do therapists like yoga, but children do too. Our new Body Poetry: Yoga Cards are split into three levels: easy, intermediate and challenging. The easy-to-follow teacher guide includes stretching exercises and follow up activities to integrate yoga into other areas of the curriculum.

 

2013newproducts4Two outstanding perceptual workbooks, Perceptual Motor Adventures and Half and Half Animals are filled with activities for developing pre-reading and pre-writing skills.

 

We are in final preparation for our 2013 catalog. These products plus many others will be included. We hope you’re as excited as we are!

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