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Understanding and Supporting Interoception in Occupational Therapy: Case Studies

Interoception, often referred to as the “eighth sense,” plays a crucial role in how individuals perceive and respond to their internal…

Sensory-Based Occupational Therapy Interventions for At-Home and Schools

Sensory-based interventions are essential tools in supporting the development and well-being of young children, particularly those with sensory…

Tips on Connecting with Ausistic Toddlers in Early Intervention for Occupational Therapy

Establishing meaningful connections with autistic toddlers is a fundamental aspect of early intervention occupational therapy. These connections serve…

Autistic Neurodiversity: Overview Table of ABA vs Occupational Therapy Interventions

In the realm of therapeutic approaches for individuals on the autism spectrum, a profound distinction arises between Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)…

Eye Contact is Not Everything for Autism and Occupational Therapy Interventions

If you do a Google search for keywords ‘eye contact’ + ‘autism’, the top search results all suggest ways to increase eye contact for Autistic people…

Recognizing the Validity of All Communication in Autism with Occupational Therapy Interventions

Communication is a fundamental aspect of human interaction, yet within the autism spectrum, it takes on a unique and diverse form. This article…

Big List of Peabody-Type (PDMS) Goals for Fine Motor Skills in Pediatric Occupational Therapy

A big list of sample Peabody-type (PDMS) and based goals for fine motor skills in occupational therapy…

How to Get a Kiddo to Get a Haircut – Occupational Therapy Intervention

Navigating the realm of toddler haircuts unveils a sensory challenge, where the unfamiliar setting, buzzing clippers, and tactile sensations converge…
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