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Written by Lauren Elitzak, OTR/L, PT, DPT, Published on May 31, 2018

While some kids arrive at therapy with a full tank of gas, rearing for the green light signal so they can fly off the starting block, some kids will arrive quite the opposite. You have a list of parent concerns and goals to address, but your kiddo is practically a little puddle on the ground. The energy level almost can’t get any lower . . .

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Topics:Clinicalpediatric occupational therapysensorysensory integrationsensory systems

Written by Kyla Salisbury, Published on April 3, 2018

In the clinic and school-based setting, each patient and child we see is different.

Individuals come to occupational therapy with a different set of experiences, perspectives, and even sensory systems functioning when compared to others. This is why I like occupational therapy.

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Topics:Clinicalpediatric occupational therapypediatricssensory systemstips for new grads


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