9781617119309

1001 Pediatric Treatment Activities Creative Ideas for Therapy Sessions

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    9781617119309

  • ISBN10:

    161711930X

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Spiral Bound
  • Copyright: 8/15/2015
  • Publisher: Slack Incorporated

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Summary

Dedication
Acknowledgments 
About the Authors 
Introduction
Important Warning and Disclaimer  

SECTION I SENSORY INTEGRATION 
Chapter 1 Proprioceptive Activities
Chapter 2 Motor Planning
Chapter 3 Pressure Modulation 
Chapter 4 Bilateral Integration/Crossing Midline 
Chapter 5 Vestibular System 
Chapter 6 Tactile Sensitivity 
Chapter 7 Oral Motor Exercises  

SECTION II VISUAL SYSTEM 
Chapter 8 Visual Perception 
Chapter 9 Visual Motor Integration 
Chapter 10 Visual Scanning  

SECTION III DISSOCIATION ACTIVITIES 
Chapter 11 Body Dissociation 
Chapter 12 Finger Individuation  

SECTION IV HAND SKILLS 
Chapter 13 Open Webspace
Chapter 14 Fine Motor Skills 
Chapter 15 Pinch-Grasp Manipulation 
Chapter 16 Hand Strengthening  

SECTION V BODY STRENGTHENING AND STABILIZING 
Chapter 17 Core-Strengthening Activities 
Chapter 18 Balance Activities 
Chapter 19 Upper Arm Strengthening and Stabilization  

SECTION VI COGNITIVE AND HIGHER-LEVEL SKILL BUILDING 
Chapter 20 Increasing Attention 
Chapter 21 Organizational Skills  

SECTION VII SOCIAL SKILLS 
Chapter 22 Increasing Social Interaction and Relatedness 
Chapter 23 Group Activities 
Chapter 24 Seasonally Themed Projects and Activities  

SECTION VIII IMPROVING GAIT PATTERNS 
Chapter 25 Increasing the Arches of the Foot
Chapter 26 Decreasing External Rotation of the Hips
Chapter 27 Decreasing Internal Rotation of the Hips 
Chapter 28 Addressing Toe-Walking  

References 
Appendix A: Worksheets and Handouts
Appendix B: Therapeutic iPhone and Android Apps 
Glossary
Brand Name Products 
Index 

Author Biography

Ayelet H. Danto, MS, OTR/L, is an occupational therapist who has worked in various school settings with a broad range of diagnoses. She received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Yeshiva University Stern College for Women and a master's degree in occupational therapy from Columbia University. She currently resides in Passaic, New Jersey with her husband and children.
 
Michelle Pruzansky, MS, OTR/L, is a pediatric occupational therapist specializing in the treatment of children with autistic spectrum disorders. Michelle received her bachelor's degree from Yeshiva University Stern College for Women and her master's degree in occupational therapy from Columbia University. Michelle currently lives in Bergenfield, NJ with her husband and children. She is the head therapist and clinical coordinator at school #19 in Passaic, NJ, and also works at the Department of Children and Families, Passaic Regional School.

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