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bullet Work it!

I Can Work!

Angela (Angie) Mahoney, M.ED

I Can Work!

On the heels of January's Saturday Seminar with innovative educator, Victoria Munroe, MA, we continue to celebrate our collaboration with teachers to help students become the best that they can be. Our March 12th speaker is another dynamo educator, Angela Mahoney, M.Ed., author of I Can Work! Program, A Prevocational Curriculum for Special Needs Programs. Angie has developed a 5-module program that is unique because it integrates hands-on prevocational training with communication skills for special education middle school and high school students. Students transitioning to the community from high school can benefit from this program as well.

On Facebook this week, a teacher praised the I Can Work Program: "When I was introduced to the I Can Work curriculum, I knew it was special,.. It was so different from other vocational curriculums I have used in the past... This was the piece I needed.. . The modules provide comprehensive and clear lesson plans that are easy to use..."

You can read the full testimonial here and we hope that the I Can Work! program will fit into your pre-vocational program!

Karen Conrad Weihrauch, PhD, OTR/L

Details on all Therapro offerings can be found at www.therapro.com and our blog. You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest or contact us with any feedback or questions.

bullet Meet Me in St. Louis - Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) 2016

Our commitment to teachers is unwavering! For the 3rd consecutive year, Therapro is proud to attend the Annual Council for Exceptional Children Convention (CEC) in St. Louis on April 13-16. According to the CEC's mission statement: "The Council for Exceptional Children is a professional association of educators dedicated to advancing the success of children with exceptionalities. We accomplish our mission through advocacy, standards, and professional development."

When you visit our booth, you'll meet Angie Mahoney, who will show you how I Can Work! can make prevocational training fun and practical for students. Be sure to stop by and say hello to Angie and Karen to see what's new for the classroom from Therapro.

bullet Website Tip!

Navigating the new Therapro website is easy! If you remember that it is set up like the catalog, it's a breeze. Let's walk through a search for a particular product you want to review or purchase, like handwriting grips.

  1. Go to the Browse Categories tab and select the category you'd like to view.
  2. Click on Handwriting, in the drop-down list, which then opens into several different subcategories, one of which is Handwriting Grips & Tools
  3. When you select Handwriting Grips & Tools, you'll see a display of all 23 pencil grips available.
  4. When you've decided on the one you want, select it and find out more detailed information about it, the price, how to add it to your wish list, and how to order.
  5. If you decide it's not quite the grip you want, no need to start the search all over again. Simply go to the listed subcategories you have visited at the top of the page. Place your cursor on the previous subcategory, Pencil Grips, click and you're back to the page that displays all the grips!


bullet Sale Bin

Sale Bin

Browse through our Sale Bin for some great deals on discontinued or overstocked items. We update this frequently, so check back often!

Featured Product
Sensory Integration: Answers for Teachers
This booklet provides a new perspective for teachers who recognize that their students are having trouble in school, but cannot quite put their finger on the problem.
Sensory Integration: Answers for Teachers
Brain Gym: Teachers Edition
A Companion Guide to Brain Gym: Simple Activities for Whole-Brain Learning. Revised in 2010, this new version has been greatly expanded.
Brain Gym: Teachers Edition
Take Five! Staying Alert at Home and School
Intended for teachers and parents. Sensorimotor activities and other strategies are presented in an easy-to-read fashion to support children's engines to "run just right" at home and school.
Take Five! Staying Alert at Home and School
Teaching the Moving Child: OT Insights that will Transform Your K-3 Classroom
This is the guidebook K-3 teachers and OTs need to form effective partnerships with each other in their schools--so all students can achieve their full potential.
Teaching the Moving Child: OT Insights that will Transform Your K-3 Classroom
Saturday Seminars
All seminars are free, and are held Saturdays from 9-11 AM in our Showroom.

Upcoming confirmed events:

March 12, 2016
I Can Work! Hands-on Ways to Build a Strong Pre-vocational Foundation for All Young Adults
Speaker: Angela Mahoney, M.Ed., creator of the I Can Work! Program

April 23, 2016
A Sensory Perspective on Helping Adolescents and Young Adults Learn to Deal with Difficult Emotions
Speaker: Karen Moore, OTR/L, author of the Sensory Connection Program

May 7, 2016
What Is Hippotherapy and Why It Is An Effective Treatment Strategy
Speaker: Monica Wu, MS, OTR/L HPCS

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