Category Archives: Sensory Processing Disorder

I Am, too

A response to “I Am” by Benjamin Giroux and for all my kids that have been touched by Autism…. I’m an OT, and I am odd. Not only do I hear a voice, but see a vision, too. Coming from my God, who wants the best for you. To keep you safe, from a world …

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Your Child with Autism and Spring: Are You Prepared?

This week has been a culmination of somewhat a perfect storm for our kids with Autism, at least her in the Memphis area. For the past few weeks, their Autism brains, especially their Sensory Processing Systems, have taken a beating. From being cooped in their homes due to the winter storms, to the disruptive timing …

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OT’s, We Can Help You Solve Them (Problems): A rap video about OT

April is OT Awareness Month as well. Want to learn more about OT, watch the video on the link above. If you have questions about OT and what we can do, please feel free to contact us at Therapy Hut: (901)309-5219 or message as at the comment section or e-mail me at marwyn@therapyhut.com A great …

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Therapists, What Are You Doing???

Recently saw a young boy in our clinic with Autism. Almost turning 7 years of age. Has had therapies for years…and yet here is what I saw on our first encounter: No eye contact. Did not respond much to his name being called. Non-verbal. Lots of attention span problems. Lots of self-stimulation including putting fingers …

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Autism Spectrum Disorders…Strengthening, Exercises and Coordination

For almost 20 years, children with autism have constantly re-written the books that have taught me when I was in therapy school. Every child I see never fails to amaze as to what they can do and what new teaching moment they have stored for me. I may be the therapist but their bodies and …

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