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Visual memory games are fun challenges for many different clients from traumatic brain injury to developmental delay. You can play them at a baby shower or in the clinic. Clients are shown several items for about 1 minute then the items are removed from sight...

Sometimes we forget to use scissors on food items so that we can combine that skill with added olfactory and gustatory sensory input. Cutting celery can also be an easier and safer way for elderly clients to chop celery as compared with a knife. OPTIONS: Other...

Cutting and stamping vegetables and fruits can be very therapeutic and turning it into art is even better. This is wonderful for clients of all ages. Recommended foods to cut and stamp with are; potatoes, celery, apples, pears, melons, and broccoli....

Using dots can be cost effective, fun and functional. Give some of these activities a try. PT: Dots can encourage energy and make a dull therapy room more motivating for young and old clients. Check out the basketball bounce with squares picture to motivate you. Try...

Oh what JOY they bring. Kids and adults love looking at them. Hope the pictures can inspire you to get yourself some. Walmart and other craft stores carry them and they are cheap! Idea: They are fun for finger tip prehension: Place one in each section...

This is a wonderful guide to place near the bathroom sink. It can also be used as a guide for an activity that involves hand washing. We want to keep germs down especially in clinics, schools, and camp settings so this can help encourage thorough...