Tag: "occupational therapy for children"

What's in a link? Part II

by Helene Louise  

Last October, I wrote about how privileged I felt about having my book included on the publications page of the International Alliance for Pediatric Stroke (IAPS).  I feel equally privileged and grateful to also have my book included on the list of reco… more »


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Capitalizing on Cupcake-Making

by Helene Louise  

Planning a child's birthday party can be fun but it can also be a lot of work. And, coming up with new ideas each year can definitely be a challenge. As a single mother, I already have plenty to do just keeping the basics moving along—from getting home… more »


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The Importance of "Yet"

by Helene Louise  

Over the past decade or so that I’ve been helping my daughter overcome the effects of a childhood stroke, she has often said to me, in face of many different challenges, “I can’t do it, Mama.” And each time, I have always added, “...yet, you can’t do it… more »


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No Less "Wonder"-ful

by Helene Louise  

Just because something is not widely known, doesn't necessarily mean it's any less impressive. As I wrote earlier, on my trip to San Francisco last week, I was very impressed with the Golden Gate Bridge and it reminded me of the importance of perseverin… more »


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Something "Wonder"-ful

by Helene Louise  

This week, I had the privilege of taking a break from a particulary cold Canadian winter to spend some time in San Francisco. One of the sights I couldn't miss of course, was the iconic Golden Gate Bridge, now 76 years old.  As the picture from my trip… more »


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