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9-year-old Juwann Pemberton snuggles with a 4-year-old alpaca named Ozzy as animal assisted therapist, Nancy Hutchinson, feeds him from her hand at the Bobby Orr public school in Oshawa.

Top 10 Therapy Animals

Juwann Pemberton snuggles with a alpaca named Ozzy as animal assisted therapist, Nancy Hutchinson, feeds him from her hand at the Bobby Orr public school in Oshawa. I WANT THERAPY ALPACAS

Using Creative Materials with Kindergarteners to Develop Hand Strength - activity ideas

Using Creative Materials to Develop Hand Strength

Using Creative Materials to Develop Hand Strength. vertical surface for extensor hand strength/stability

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20 proprioceptive input ideas for home and school

it also applies to my life, as a successful adult. Worth Repeating: 20 Proprioceptive Input Ideas for Home and School - pinned by – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

As part of his treatment for autism, eight-year-old Adam bonds with his equine pal in a way he’s unable to bond with people. While the reasons why aren’t fully understood, horse therapy helps calm kids like Adam and decreases the emotional meltdowns that often accompany autism.  Storybook Ranch, in McKinney TX, offers horseback riding for those with special needs.

eight-year-old autistic Adam bonds with his equine friend in a way he’s unable to bond with people. While the reasons why aren’t fully understood, horse therapy helps calm kids like Adam and decreases the emotional meltdowns that often accompany autism.

Occupational Therapy - Sensory Integration (OT - SI) Therapy based on the premise that difficulty interpreting and acting on sensory information affects the ability to participate fully in everyday activities including eating, dressing, learning and play.

Occupational Therapy - Sensory Integration (OT - SI) Therapy based on the premise that difficulty interpreting and acting on sensory information affects the ability to participate fully in everyday activities including eating, dressing, learning and play.

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