Tag Archives: OT

Comic Strip Conversations and Social Stories

Carol Gray, a consultant for people with autism, created two interventions using visuals to teach social skills. One of them is called Social Stories and the other is Comic Strip Conversations. Using story and comic strips as methods to teach … Continue reading

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Interoception and the Body Chart Checklist

I read an article written by an OT named Kelly Mahler in OT Advance (Interoception: The Eight Sensory System, June 2016, Vol. 32 No. 6) about a newly recognized 8th sense of the body that could be responsible for our … Continue reading

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Life After a Stroke

 Cerebrovascular accidents, otherwise known as strokes, can create a long-lasting impact on a person’s life. Everything from how you go to the bathroom to eating breakfast has been changed by this major event. If you or someone you love has … Continue reading

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