These therapy regimens designed by occupational therapists (OTs), help children with SPD (Sensory Processing Disorder) self-regulate, calm down and maintain an optimal arousal level throughout the day. Today we know that a wide range of neurological developmental problems co-exist with SPD, especially autism (ASD) and attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD).
SensoryTreat app is specifically designed to help parents and OTs manage sensory diet. OTs can easily build daily routines that families can adhere to and receive reports on therapy progress. Helping parents turn sensory diet from chores to fun activities, which blend easily into family daily routine. SensoryTreat app makes sensory diet fun & easy!
Parents and occupational therapists can both enjoy these rich features:
• Over 100 easy-to-follow activity illustrations, grouped and color-coded by sensory systems.
• Simple tools for building and adapting daily sensory schedule that blends into busy family routine.
• One central place for managing a child’s sensory diet, using multiple mobile devices by multiple caregivers.
• Parents can videotape OT-session activities and add them to the home program seamlessly.
• Activity reminders help parents manage therapy regimen, even when the child is with another caregiver.
• Simple tools that record child’s response to activities help monitor adherence and identify any need for adaptations.
• Parents can track specific therapy goals such as sleeping, eating or customizable task-specific goals.
• OTs can receive email reports, making parent consultations more efficient and writing evaluation reports easier.
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The American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery is an international, educational society working to advance the art and science of ophthalmic surgery. ASCRS is the surgeons' primary source of up-to-date clinical information, published research, and regulatory information affecting the practice of medicine. American Society of Ophthalmic Administrators (ASOA) is the premier organization for the business side of the ophthalmic practice. Serving administrators, managers, physicians, and office staff, ASOA provides support, tools, and resources for the daily challenges of managing a practice.
Together ASCRS and ASOA host unparalleled meetings in ophthalmology. This app includes full meeting information for the ASCRS Annual Symposium, ASOA Annual Congress, and the annual ASCRS•ASOA Winter Update program.
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WFO Radio personalities go toe to toe with a legendary Las Vegas odds maker to pick weekly NASCAR winners against the Vegas odds.
Join the WFO Radio community by downloading this APP and you will have hundreds of hours of WFO Radio, racing entertainment! If you listen to podcasts and like racing, this one is for you.
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Management of the pharmaceutical supply chain has become one of the top public health concerns with respect to consumer safety. The globalization of distribution for both drug components and finished products has introduced many complications that to date have yet to be resolved. Unethical players and noncompliant companies along the supply chain can introduce counterfeited, adulterated and contaminated materials, often with tragic consequences. Naturally, such incidents lead to a loud and swift reaction from the public, the health authorities and the policy makers.
As regulators, pharmaceutical executives, supplier executives and members of professional organizations, our ultimate mission is to serve patients. Millions of people around the world are treated everyday with the vital medicines that we collectively provide. That is what we do. However, the threats to the supply chain have not only prevented us from treating patients, but have caused the deaths of hundreds if not thousands of the individuals we are trying to serve
In order to achieve this mission, we require secure and reliable supply chains that deliver the right materials at the right quality so that these vital medicines can be trusted by health care practitioners and patients.
Legislators, regulators, and other organizations around the world are developing and implementing local measures to curtail these activities or mitigate their impact. A global consortium will complement these efforts and deliver a level of consistency and scope world-wide, that local measures cannot achieve.
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