Resources

Links:

Alert Program by Therapy Works, Inc.  http://www.alertprogram.com/

The American Occupational Therapy Association. Inc. (AOTA), www.aota.org

Handwriting Without Tears www.hwtears.com

Interactive Metronome, www.interactivemetronome.com

The Out of Sync Child www.out-of-sync-child.com

Sensory Processing Disorders Foundation www.spdfoundation.net

Therapeutic Listening, www.vitallinks.net


Articles and Factsheets:

Apps to Grown On, TLC’s OT Department

Can Your Child Process Sensory Input? Sense and Sensibility, Mary Way, OTD, OTR/L

Developing Coordination for Scissor Skills, Tara Calder, OTR/L

Early Signs of Autism, TLC—­The Treatment and Learning Centers

Handwriting 101, Rebecca J. Rath, MS, OTR/L

Helpful Hints for Toy Shopping
, TLC Occupational Therapy Services staff

Not Just Child’s Play: Art Therapy’s Amazing Impact, Laurie Mowry-Hesler, MA, ATR-BC, MFT

Occupational Therapy from Birth to Children 3 Years of Age, AOTA Factsheet

Occupational Therapy in Preschool Settings, AOTA Factsheet

On the Job With a Pediatric Occupational Therapist, Brigid Baker, OTR/L

Play with Your Baby: It Just Makes Sense, Erica Fuentes, MOT, OTR/L

Sensory Play: Hands on Toddler Fun, Jeanette Der Bedrosian

Making Sense of Sensory Strategies for Our Children, TLC Factsheet

Text This: Handwriting Matters, Debra Paton, OTR/L

The Great Outdoors: Nature Play Builds Strong Motor Skills, Brigid Baker, OTR/L, Erica Fuentes, MOT, OTR/L and Meridith McLane, MOTR/L

Using a ‘Sensory Diet’ with Children with Sensory Processing Disorders (SPD), Amber Swearingen, MOT, OTR/L

Don’t Wait and See: The Importance of Early Intervention, Kristen Olsen, Ph.D.