Recommended Websites

Below is a list of websites that we recommend visiting for further information about pediatric occupational therapy:

  • Handwriting Without Tears

    This handwriting program was designed by an occupational therapist and offers an easy way to teach pre-printing, print handwriting, and cursive handwriting for children in pre-k and elementary school.
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  • Therapeutic Listening┬«

    This is a highly individualized method of auditory intervention utilizing electronically altered compact discs in protocols specifically tailored by sensory integrative professionals to match client need. Listening is a function of the entire brain; when we listen, we listen with the whole body.
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  • OTA Watertown

    Occupational Therapy Associates – Watertown is recognized as a premier therapy site with highly trained therapists in pediatrics and sensory integration. The website provides information on sensory integration as well as FAQs.
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  • The Kid Foundation

    The KID Foundation, a nonprofit organization founded by Lucy Jane Miller, Ph.D., OTR, focuses on research, education, and advocacy related to Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), a complex disorder of the brain. The site contains resources for individuals with sensory integration problems as well as for family members, therapists, physicians, teachers, and researchers.
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  • The Sensory Processing Disorder Network

    The Sensory Processing Disorder Network (SPD Network) is a project of the KID Foundation. The network is designed to help parents, teachers, therapists, doctors, and others learn about and understand Sensory Processing Disorder.
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  • The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA)

    The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) is the nationally recognized professional association of more than 35,000 occupational therapists, occupational therapy assistants, and students of occupational therapy.
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  • OT Exchange

    This site provides a central place where therapists can exchange ideas, share experiences and brainstorm together. It also provides resources for other professionals and parents who support children with special needs.
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  • Optometrists Network/Vision Therapy

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