Categories for Pediatric Occupational Therapy Blog

Spacer Paper

March 13, 2019 2:59 am

  For those who have attended one of Greg Santucci’s workshop, this paper is very effective at improving legibility quickly. Feel free to print this out, make it into notebooks, and share it with your students. If you have questions about Spacer Paper or scheduling a workshop, please email Spacer Paper Spacer Paper BIG


February 8, 2018 1:25 pm

I recently finished a national speaking tour and during one of my workshops, an experienced therapist asked me an excellent question. “DO you work on your IEP goals every session?” My initial answer was easy: NO! Allow me to explain. As therapists, we feel pressure to work; to prove ourselves; to be productive with the… Read More

Challenging behaviors? When THEY GO LOW, YOU GO LOW!

November 27, 2017 6:12 pm

Get downstairs (in their brains)! Your kid won’t listen. It’s a constant battle. She only wants to do what she wants to do. He won’t sit still. He keeps throwing things or hitting other students. He’s constantly disrupting class. All of the above situations can be triggers for parents or teachers. For parents, it can… Read More