Monthly Archives:: January 2018

Keep Your Occupational Therapy Sessions Fun and Engaging With This FREE Winter Tracing Activity

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We’re all anxiously awaiting the return of consistently warmer weather…but alas, there are still several more weeks of winter to endure. 🙁 Want to keep your occupational therapy sessions fun and engaging when you’re stuck in the classroom? This (FREE!) downloadable tracing activity (full of winter-themed pictures and words) might do the trick! What skills… Read More »

The Differences Between Telepractice, Teletherapy, and Face-to-face Therapy With Communicative Disorders

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Therapy Source TheraWeb Clinical Manager, Tracy Sippl, joined Enterprise Radio for an informative podcast addressing some of the most asked questions about online therapy, including: What exactly is telepractice/teletherapy, and what does it entail? How does telepractice/teletherapy differ from face-to-face therapy? What types of therapy can telepractice/teletherapy be utilized for? What types of disorders typically benefit… Read More »

Baking Up a Fun-Filled Therapy Session (Yummy Recipes Included!)

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Baking is a wonderful opportunity to interact within your school-based therapy or special education session. While creating something delicious, you have ample opportunity to integrate math concepts (ingredient measurements), sequencing (following the steps in the directions), and vocabulary (the Ingredients.) Beforehand, research some of the ingredients to find out their purpose in the recipe (e.g.,… Read More »