Tag Archives: School therapists

Reflex Integration in the Schools


GUEST BLOGGER: Kathryn Biel   While performing the BOT-2, I ask a child to stand in tandem on my tape line. As the child attempts this skill, I immediately notice her arms internally rotating as her feet are internally rotating. … Continue reading

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ERI Announces Additional Dates for The Zones of Regulation Presentation


ERI is very happy to announce additional dates for: The Zones of Regulation A Framework to Foster Self-Regulation and Emotional Control® November 15th, 2017 – Framingham, MA December 7, 2017 – Iselin, NJ Leah Kuypers   Life is 10% what … Continue reading

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The Collaborative Challenge for the School Therapist


GUEST BLOGGER: Kathryn Biel I just completed my first week back to school, and I’m tired and energized all at the same time. This is my third year in the same school district and schools, which is like a record … Continue reading

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John Pagano shares his FAB Strategies at the AOTA Conference


Our, well renowned faculty member and friend of Education Resources, John Pagano enjoyed presenting his poster on behavioral and sensory strategies at the AOTA conference. Don’t miss his popular course coming to Millbrook, NY – close to Poughkeepsie, Albany and the … Continue reading

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JUST ADDED – NEW Online Courses for School Therapists


Recorded live at our SOLD OUT School Based Conference We are offering five courses (recorded live) from sold out Annual Therapies in the School Conference 2015. You can choose from five individual sessions, or choose the complete package of all … Continue reading

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Therapies in the School 2015 – Another Outstanding Success


A SOLD OUT conference this year attracted over 300 therapists from across the country, Canada and a therapist from Guam!  The enthusiasm and passion was evident from all as they settled in to hear speaker Doreit Bialer, OT  give an … Continue reading

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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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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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Need New Evidence-Based Ideas for Handwriting Instruction?


This is the second in a series of blogs from Michele Parkins and Carrie Davis.The first post can be found here Guided practice has been identified as one of the eight most effective, research-based instructional handwriting practices.   http://ldatschool.ca/literacy/literacy-skills-handwriting/  This practice also … Continue reading

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Why does Anybody Teach Handwriting Anymore?


Handwriting is not as old-fashioned as you think! Certainly keyboarding is an important skill, as technology has become a part of our everyday lives. But, did you know that writing by hand, though slower than typing, has benefits over typing? … Continue reading

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