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Super Duper® Publications publishes materials for occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, special educators, general education teachers, and parents, to help children with special needs, and to give extra assistance to those students needing extra practice in school-based and daily living skills.
We have a number of free informational articles called Handy Handouts® that cover a range of educational issues. Go to www.handyhandouts.com/, click on Occupational and Physical Therapy, and print out the articles you find helpful.
Here are questions we frequently receive to occupational therapy:
What is occupational therapy?
Occupational therapy (OT) helps people achieve independence in all areas of their lives by working on their cognitive, behavioral, physical, and motor skills. For children, this can include working on daily activities such as getting dressed, brushing their teeth, playing with their peers, hand-eye coordination, handwriting, and positively dealing with anger and frustration.
I think my child has a physical and/or developmental delay. Where should I go for help?
Talk to your child’s teacher and/or pediatrician. They will know about services and specialists available in your area or through your school system.

Find information about occupational therapy at The American Occupational Therapy Association at www.aota.org.
How can an occupational therapist help my child?
An occupational therapist (OT) will observe and evaluate your child for delays in critical areas of development. The OT will then develop a treatment plan and recommend products and equipment that will foster your child’s development.
My child has a problem with motor skills. Do you have any products that can help my child?
Yes. We have products that can assist in developing fine and gross motor skills.
Fine Motor
Gross Motor
I am an OT/PT. Do you have any products that can help my clients in therapy?
Super Duper® offers a range of products that help with sensory issues, handwriting, fine, gross, and oral-motor development, as well as helpful supplies.
Fine Motor
Gross Motor
Oral Motor