Spending too much time looking for ideas?
As a Pediatric Occupational Therapist, creating activities for your students takes time and effort. Does this sound like you?
It can be difficult to find new activities for your students to do, especially if they are in therapy for the long haul or if you have multiple students of varying ages.
52 Weeks of OT is here to make planning for your sessions easier, giving you more time to work directly with your students. All activities and lessons have been crafted and compiled for over ten years.
Weekly printable activities that address multiple areas:
fine motor, gross motor, sensory, cognitive, visual-motor & visual perception
Each week contains:
An easy-to-follow monthly & weekly planner;
Ideas to grade up or down;
A shopping list for the month.
2,500 pages of
Hear how it’s helped others.
We had the pleasure of working with Cara during our 2020 Kansas Occupational Therapy Conference. She was very flexible, and despite the pandemic, she was still able to present for us virtually. We were finally able to welcome her to our state in person for this last year’s 2021 Conference. She was not only a joy to work with, but her sessions were innovative and engaging for our participants.
I felt burned out and wondered why I became an OT. After taking Cara’s course and mentoring program, I found my WHY again!
Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Kimberly J. Charlotte, NC
The Trauma-Informed Care course was absolutely amazing. I learned so much and can’t wait to use it.
Rebekah Schachner, OTD Student
I wanted to let you know I have attended some other Trauma related courses in the past, however, I think since yours is from the OT perspective, I found it to be much more informative and useful to implement in to future treatments. Thank you so much!
I wanted to send you a note to tell you how wonderful the webinar was today. We received positive feedback, and everyone enjoyed it so much! You always do such an amazing job. It is so evident you love your work! Thank you again.
Cara not only brought a plethora of knowledge to our community, but she was also able to talk to parents with a compassionate understanding of the challenges they face.
University of Louisiana Monroe Master of Occupational Therapy Program
Cara Koscinski is one of my favorite resources to share! She has such a passion for teaching and sharing her extensive knowledge about everything from sensory issues to everyday strategies that make life work. Cara’s an amazing expert with first-hand experience. She explains things in a way that anyone can understand, and her tips are always practical, compassionate, and helpful! I just LOVE her and her tips!
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Cara uses real-life examples to solidify concepts. Her experience and practical tips will make a huge difference in my clinic. Also, her PASSION is contagious. I’ll be back for more. Thanks!
Julia R. OTA in CA
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