Practicing as an occupational therapy for almost two years!
As a pediatric occupational therapist, I play with children all day! Everyone, no matter if you are a therapist, teacher, educator, etc. should realize quickly that all children are different and teaching material/therapy activities will need to be modified to best meet each specific child's needs and be client-centered. Therefore, all of my material that I have posted will need to be used in a way that best meets your specific child's/classroom's needs. Just remember that all children are different no matter the diagnosis/difficulties they may have. One of my favorite quotes is by Dr. Suess which says, "Why fit in when you were born to stand out?"
Bachelor's of Science degree in Exercise Science and Wellness; Master's of Science degree in Occupational Therapy
I have been a pediatric occupational therapist for almost two years. I am always thinking about better ways to organize caregiver education material into handouts, label my therapy activities, create new ADL or IADL activities, etc. And yes, I know that this is very OCD and too organized for most people. But if you are looking for some therapy handouts, labels, etc., then you have come to the right place!