Category Archives: PEDIATRIC OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

November’s News

THIS MONTH’S THEME:  THANKSGIVING I know November is almost half over.  Well, better late than never, right? The theme in our office for the month of November is Thanksgiving.  We will be focusing on the holiday for sure, but we … Continue reading

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Introducing Our Newest Team Member!

Sense Able Brain Therapy and Learning Services is extremely excited to announce an addition to our therapy team!  We are honored to introduce Marla Scaglione, MS, OTR/L. Marla has over 20 years of experience working as an Occupational Therapist.  Her … Continue reading

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BIG announcements!

Sense Able Brain is excited to announce that we have a new, permanent location!  You can now find us at 133 Flagship Drive, Lutz, 33549. Here is a sneak peek at the Sensory Gym:    

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Florida Personal Learning Scholarship Accounts (PLSA)- Homeschooling Special Needs Scholarships

Anecdotal evidence points to a growing number of families choosing to homeschool their child(ren) with Special Needs.  This can often mean that the child(ren) are no longer eligible for services they would have been eligible for in a public school … Continue reading

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PAUSE and YET, They Are the Magic Words

Academics can be challenging for many children.  Repeated frustrations can lead to feelings of helplessness and self-defeat.  “I can’t do this!” becomes a mantra. When trying to communicate with children, I have often found that words can mean something entirely … Continue reading

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Painter’s Tape and a Bath Mat

I’ve been working on mature reciprocal crawling and improving tactile tolerance with this little guy. I have learned that he is a huge race car fan and I decided to use that to my advantage. With just some painter’s tape … Continue reading

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Cutting Curves

When learning to cut curved lines, many children struggle with how far to open the scissors.  Those little hands can have a hard time grading the finger extension required to open the scissor blades.  One way you can help them … Continue reading

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