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Events

  • • Walk-In Wednesdays
  •   - July 28th and August 11th
  •     Are you interested in learning more about school therapy positions? Then join us for Walk-In Wednesdays from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm!
  •    100 John Robert Thomas Drive, Exton, PA 19341.Click here for additional dates and information!

 

• Oh the Places You'll Go: Kindergarten Readiness for Parents and Kids
  - August 3rd, 7-8 pm
   Join us for a discussion on:
     • How to prepare your child for kindergarten
     • What parents need to know to help their child succeed
     • How to access help if your child needs it
   Click here to register!

News

2017

June 30

Physical Literacy Decline in Children Leads to Adverse Effects in Adults – APTA
Physical literacy is as important as literacy in language, music, and mathematics. However, today’s children are becoming less physically literate, which could shorten their lifespan as much as 5 years less than their parents’.
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June 16

Toddler Gets Wheels Thanks to Teen’s Robotics Project – Burlington Free Press
While she waits for a wheelchair, young Miley can learn the freedom of independent movement thanks to a 17-year-old student of robotics and engineering at Champlain Valley Union High School in Hinesburg, Vermont.
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February 1

Adults With Autism See Interests as Strengths, Career Paths – NYU
Adults on the autism spectrum see their interests as possible fields of study and career paths, as well as ways to mitigate anxiety, finds a study by NYU’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development.
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2016

October 14

Physical Therapy in School Settings - APTA
Physical Therapists are integral members of the school-based teams that ensure a free and appropriate education for students with disabilities and prepare them for further education, employment and independent living.
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2012

July 30

OT-Related Exercises for Children With Autism - Modern Mom
My child frequently has a “high engine.” He was taught this phrase to describe how his body is feeling. A high engine means he’s racing inside. His body sometimes has a “low engine” but that typically takes place first thing in the morning. Low engine means he has no energy in his body.
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2008

September 13

What Parents Need to Know About School-Based Occupational Therapy - AOTA
When a school informs parents that it recommends occupational therapy for their child, parents tend to have a lot of questions. Their first question? What is occupational therapy?
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