Category Archives: Movement Apps

WVU OT Students App Recommendations

Thank you to Dr. Anne Cronin, OT Professor at WVU and the 2016 OT Graduating Class for their app recommendations! I appreciate their share of the recommended OT apps as listed below by category: Wrist Movement Apps Gyrosynth (iOS 2.99) – GyroSynth is a … Continue reading

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Brain Break Resources for the Classroom and in Therapy

Brain Breaks Research on the benefits of exercise on learning have long been established (Jensen, 2003; Medina, 2008). Brain breaks are just one form of those used in classrooms. Brain breaks have implications for students with special needs such as … Continue reading

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Another “Get Moving App” from Your Therapy Resource

Another “Get Moving ” app featured at (As scooped on – OT mTool Kit ) Carol Leynse Harpold‘s insight: Your Therapy Resource provides another “Get Moving” for fostering physical movement for your students. Check it out! Carol See on

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