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Why is Tummy Time Important?

Not just for infants! What is tummy time? Tummy time is considered any type of weight bearing through upper extremities. ...

Video Modeling and Use in Occupational Therapy Process

What is video modeling? Video modeling (VM) is a mode of teaching that uses video recording and display equipment to ...

Support Services Blog Series Part 1 Habilitation: The Basics

First of all, what is it? Habilitation is a 1:1 direct service with the provider and the client that utilizes ...

W-sitting and Potential Adverse Effects

W-sitting and Potential Adverse EffectsDeb Mordhorst, Doctor of Physical Therapy While W-sitting is a common and perhaps preferred choice for ...

Cerebellar Ataxia

Cerebellar AtaxiaBy Sara Murphy, Doctor of Occupational Therapy The cerebellum is the part of the brain tucked underneath the back ...
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Sensory Processing Disorder

Sensory Processing Disorder By Dr. Sara Murphy, Occupational Therapist Sensory processing is how a person is able to take in ...
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Caregiver Burnout

Caregiver burnout Caregiver burnout is a very real and common occurrence. It can not only affect a caregiver’s mental health ...
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60-plus Refreshing Self-care Ideas for Busy Moms (and Really, Is There Any Other Kind?)

As moms, as much as we would love to invest in self-care activities to keep relaxed, refreshed and recharged, we ...
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Tips for Getting Sensory Kids to Wear Winter Clothes

Tips for getting sensory kids to wear winter clothes The tactile sensory system is one of the earliest developed senses ...
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What Is Dyspraxia?

What Is Dyspraxia? Dr. Sara Murphy, Occupational TherapistDyspraxia is a neurological disorder that affects fine and gross motor skills, memory, ...