Top 75 Occupational Therapy Blogs & Websites | OT Blog

Occupational Therapy Websites Best List. AT and OT is listed as #38 at this time. This is a great way to keep up to date on all of your fav blogs in one place! Check it out.

Keep up with OT tips, tools, resources, programs, training, assistance, news, research, treatment guides, pediatric occupational therapy, sensory integration therapy, occupational therapy assistant blog, occupational therapy student blog and more by following top Occupational Therapy sites
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Fun Early Cause and Effect and Visual Stumulation App


In trying to locate an old musical fav app of mine (Magic Fingers, odd name but cause and effect with classical music, free), I found a cute early app for visualstimulation and cause and effect from Finland called Onni and Ilona Animals for IOS. 3 animals are available in the free version and all 12 cost $3.99. Very nice color contrast, not too visually busy, great for visual tracking, and early use of hands or a switch.

Here is a video from the company that does not show the baby intersecting with the app, but a cutie nonetheless.


Apps for OTs Facebook Group

E8114277-E2BB-40EC-86FE-9F3CD3C02ECCHello there OT practitioners! Calling all interested OTs/OTAs/ students in OT/OTA programs and OT professors/instructors to join a great Facebook group that is growing astronomically every day (over 1,000 members). I am a co-administrator and it is a great place to share your favorite apps or ask questions of your peers. As it is an international group we are asking folks to identify if US and to add hashtags for searching purposes such as #peds #adults #handwriting #visualperceptual, etc. Thanks and share the word!

Fun Switch and Low Tech Activities! – Go-To-For-OT Blog

1C3B6E38-9269-43DE-9518-95BEF834285EFun Switch and Low Tech Activities! – Go-To-For-OT Blog

Some of my favorite low tech ideas and resources from a blog I wrote as a contributor on the Go To For OT blog.

Update February 2018: This Handwriting/Writing AT Survey is Still Active

pexels-photo-210585.jpegUpdate February 2018: This Handwriting/Writing AT Survey is Still Active: Calling all OT, AT, special educators and other professionals working with children and adults with writing limitations:

Could you please take and share a quick 10 question (multiple choice) survey for an upcoming presentation I’m performing regarding the use of handwriting/writing assistive technology supports? It’d be greatly appreciated.
Molly Shannon, MS, OTR/L, ATP

“Speech Recognition As AT For Writing” Guide by Cochrane & Kelly

agent-business-call-center-41280.jpegThis amazing guide was updated last November. I can’t say enough how wonderful a resource this is. I first heard Daniel Cochrane and Kelly Key speak at ATIA and was very impressed.