March 5, 2013

National Nutrition Month: Spring into Freshness

March is National Nutrition Month and brings with it the first signs of spring. Spring also brings about the opening of many of the Oklahoma community farmer’s […]
February 26, 2013

Sensory Processing Strategies in Action

Meet Noah. You might know someone like him even if you have never met him. A rambunctious little boy, Noah craves jumping, running, spinning and crashing into, […]
February 21, 2013

It Takes A Village

It’s often said it takes a village to raise children. With children with special needs, that village sometimes includes a number of therapists and specialists. When […]
February 12, 2013

Valentine’s Day OT Craft

This activity works on several fine motor skills…cutting, folding, gluing and handwriting. It also helps with sequencing and following multi-step directions. Directions   – Make copies […]
February 12, 2013

The 3 Ws of W-Sitting and WHY It’s Wrong

We’ve all seen it. Kids sitting on the floor with their knees bent, feet and toes pointed and legs out to each side, in a “W” […]
February 5, 2013

TW Teams Up for Torticollis

In response  increasing number of torticollis cases, TherapyWorks recently formed the torticollis treatment team. Its primary goals are to create a uniform evaluation and treatment protocol […]
January 10, 2013

Integrating Primitive Reflexes With a Modern Approach

Primitive reflex integration work is a newer technique beginning to be embraced by many different health professions. We are all born with reflexes to help us survive […]
December 3, 2012

Working Holiday Wonders

As you can see, it’s been a while since we posted a blog. We have been busy little elves organizing our first ever Working Wonders Christmas […]
November 5, 2012

What IS occupational therapy?

Children are often referred for an occupational therapy evaluation without their parents knowing what to expect. In fact, many other health care providers may not know […]
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