Occupational Therapy is the most integral profession in diagnosing and treating individuals with Sensory Processing Disorder. It is THIS therapy which will help our children accommodate to and overcome sensory processing difficulties! Therefore, I feel it is important to provide you with some of the best online occupational therapy resources I could find. Education and support are critical!
Whether you ARE an OT, OR you are LOOKING FOR an OT, the links below can help you in your treatment. Please bear with me as I find the best resources possible. Check back frequently for new additions!Pushing Occupational Therapy into the Classroom - What is Occupational Therapy & why is it useful in the school setting?
How To Find An Occupational Therapist Trained In SPD
- Having trouble
finding an OT in your area? This article will help! Includes a state-by-state
listing of, and contact information for, all US Occupational Therapy
More Tips And Tricks For Finding An OT - So, you know you need to get connected with an Occupational Therapist. Now, where do you even begin? What questions do you ask? You'll find out right here!
What Is Occupational Therapy? - What is occupational therapy? An extensive article describing what occupational therapists do and how we are involved in treating sensory processing disorders.
History Of Occupational Therapy - An in-depth article describing the history of Occupational Therapy; from its beginning in the 1700's to present day.
OTexchange.com - This site provides a central place where therapists can exchange ideas, as well as free resources for therapists, other professionals, and parents who support children with special needs.
OT-Innovations.com - It is the mission of this site to promote embodied, comprehensive and client-centered practices by providing a resource for collaboration, support, and education.
ADVANCE for OT online shop
KidsHealth.org - Occupational therapy is a treatment that helps people achieve independence in all areas of their lives. Read on to learn how occupational therapy can help ...
Professional Development Programs and PDP Products - Providing continuing education and products at a reasonable cost to therapists, educators and parents. Also has a GREAT database of SIPT certified OT's available across the country for evaluation and treatment.
OT seeker - Occupational Therapy - Database of abstracts of systematic reviews and randomized controlled trials relevant to occupational therapy and evidence-based practice.
ADVANCE for Occupational Therapy Practitioners - Advance for Occupational Therapy Practitioners is a trade publication offering content relevant to occupational therapy personnel, including practice ...
The American Occupational Therapy Association - A nationally recognized professional association for over 6,0000 occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants.
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Worsening symptoms after beginning Occupational Therapy
My 7 year old was recently diagnosed wth SPD. He has tactile, proprioceptive, and vestibular issues. We have been to 4 occupational therapy sessions. …
Occupational therapy - does it help?
My daughter has just been diagnosed with a mild form of SPD. I have been told that OT will help. What are other people's experience of this?
Our 8 1/2 year old daughter has an assessment scheduled with OT in a couple of months. After this process, is she going to be "tagged" with having SPD, …
My son is 6 years old and has recently been diagnosed with SPD. His main issues are being too rough, not understanding "stranger danger", social problems …
Seeking qualified occupational therapist in Buckinghamshire, England
Can anyone recommend a qualified occupational therapist who can help diagnose and treat my grandson in England, in the county of Buckinghamshire please? …
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