#OTMuse – Share Your Recommended Occupational Therapy eBooks

#OTMuse – Share Your Recommended Occupational Therapy eBooks

January 19, 2015 - 2:10 pm
I love to learn. Finding new sources of information that help me be a better occupational therapist makes my day.

Likewise, a day doesn’t go by where a parent, teacher or another OT asks questions or seeks guidance based on my 20 + years experience.

There was an obvious need for easy to understand information. That was the compelling reason for me to write a series of occupational therapy eBooks, that help parents, teachers, caregivers and other therapists to better understand and manage the challenges faced by children.

There’s a free eBook available – Enliven Your Child’s Days with Educational Activities and Parenting Best Practices when you join my mailing list, as well as eight other ebooks on a variety of topics.

Teach kids Cutting and Scissor Skills provides a proven, step-by-step plan on how to teach a child how to use scissors safely and effectively.

Printing and cursive writing development is something that is critically important to a child’s success in school and life. Improve Handwriting and Fine Motor Skills provides the information and exercises to help your child master printing and cursive writing in the fastest, easiest way possible.

All About Motor Skills, is an eBook designed to help promote your child’s physical abilities and expand the repertoire of activities you and your child can have fun with while improving their gross motor skills.

If your child faces the challenges of over-sensitivity, under-sensitivity and/or motor clumsiness, you’ll find dozens of strategies throughout Sensory and Behavior Strategies.

Children with learning disabilities like ADHD, ADD or NVLD often have trouble organizing themselves and completing everyday tasks. Help for Learning Disabilities is a resource you can rely on. It’s like having an Occupational Therapist close at hand, providing guidance and insight based on years of clinical research and real-life application.

In The Best Ways to Teach Self-Care Skills, I share my experience and best practices based on 20 + years’ working with parents and their children as an Occupational Therapist. Each of the chapters provides key insights and strategies to help you and your child overcome the challenges presented by teaching and learning the self-care skills of daily living. You will also learn the best ways to build new routines that make your teaching much more effective.

If you are a parent, teacher, support worker, therapist or caregiver helping a child who has a Development Disability, Global Developmental Delay, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Autism, Asperger’s or Pervasive Developmental Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (PDD-NOS), my Occupational Therapy Applied Behavioral Analysis Programs eBook will be your new go-to reference and guide.

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a tested method for teaching children with autism and other development disabilities. ABA is a system to bring structure to the learning process and it is one I have used with success.The unique programs in Occupational Therapy Applied Behavioral Analysis Programs will help you teach your child skills in these areas:

  1. Fine Motor Skills

  2. Gross Motor Skills

  3. Praxis, Motor Coordination and Motor Planning

  4. Self-Help and Self-Care Skills

  5. Sensory Processing Skills

  6. Visual Perceptual Skills

There is one more eBook that’s provided as a bonus when any of the above eBooks are purchased. In 49 Ways to Say I Love You To A Child, you’ll be introduced to dozens of ways to use just the right words to celebrate achievements, highlight success, and provide praise. Your child will be delighted!

You’ll watch your child blossom in response to your words of encouragement and be amazed how they reflect back the love and caring that you share with them.


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