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Occupational Therapy: For Better Grip, Better Handwriting, And Better Academic Performance

The doodles and scribbles of your little children are probably one of the sweetest tokens of their achievements. But when doodling and scribbling interfere with the quality of their handwriting, it may be a good idea to have a therapist evaluate what is causing these writing concerns before they get to higher education. Encourage them … Continue reading

Refining Your Preschooler’s Development through Occupational Therapy

Children are most eager to see, touch, taste, hear and smell all the different things that look new and interesting to them, even if they are already familiar with what you are about to introduce them to. Take their toys for example; when they have new toys, they will still find a way to play … Continue reading

How To Create A Good Working Environment For Your Therapy Staff

Every therapist dreams of working in an environment where they feel valued and cared for. This motivates them to do their jobs and do them well. If you wish to also create the same environment for your therapy staff, consider the following tips. Pay your employees appropriately Employers for whom therapists want to work understand … Continue reading

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What You Can Do To Achieve Work-Life Balance

A lot of us are struggling to achieve and maintain a work-life balance. If you are looking to strike a balance, you can follow these tips. Manage your time wisely. Your entire day is composed of 24 hours. Within these 24 hours, you surely have tasks to do, from doing essential tasks as eating and … Continue reading