Monthly Archives: October 2015

What Am I Doing Here? What Motor Skills Should We Be Working On With Our Students With Autism


Guest Blogger: Kathryn Biel I’ve had that moment lately. I’m not proud to admit it. Every few years, I work with a student who makes me feel this way. I have no idea what I’m doing with and for the … Continue reading

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Physical Therapist Practice in the ICU


Dan Malone just published (as first author) a paper in the journal Physical Therapy (Volume 95, Number 10) October 2015 titled “Physical Therapist Practice in the Intensive Care Unit: Results of a National Survey”. The group sent out a survey … Continue reading

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Why is Sensory Such a Mystery?


GUEST BLOGGER: Kathryn Biel We’ve all sat in those meetings. The one where the Committee Chair, or the pre-school director, or the classroom staff, or the administration says those dreaded words. “We don’t treat just sensory.” “OT is for fine-motor … Continue reading

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