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Educator Services

Call today to book one of our licensed Occupational Therapists

We provide a variety of services for local schools, including:

  • In-Services for staff members

  • Consultations for playgrounds, classroom set-up and more!

  • Screenings for OT Services

  • In-classroom therapy sessions


Our In-Services

In-Services are a great way to inspire educators, provide new strategies and increase student participation and success. Positive Steps can provide hands-on opportunities for educators emphasizing:

Sensory Integration

  • The 8 sensory systems

  • Identifying sensory vs. behavior

  • What is sensory regulation?

Red Flags

  • What to look for at each age

  • When to refer for an OT screening

Fine Motor Development

  • Increasing strength from chest to fingers

  • Sequential development for hand skills

Handwriting Readiness

  • Importance of core strength / posture

  • Going beyond worksheets

Case Studies

  • Specific challenges based on your students

  • Realistic strategies to implement in the classroom

Activity Centers

  • Center activities to facilitate developmental growth

  • Promoting skills using whaat you already have in the classroom

*Or call with a specific request and we will let you know if we can accomadate your needs!



Temple Emanu-El Nursery School

"Dana's in-service was very informative, relevant to our age group and provided a good overview of what to look for. Her handouts were amazing and wonderful resources."


Jewish Federation of Greater Metrowest NJ

"Dana recently presented a workshop on sensory processing in the classroom to a group of our community educators.  She was a wonderful presenter and shared meaningful insights and strategies to incorporate into classrooms. She shared about sensory processing and some social emotional strategies to support all learners in the classroom.  We are grateful for sharing her expertise!"


Suburban Torah 


"Molly was great, she was easy to talk to and she presented well. My teachers asked me to purchase some of the items that Molly showed us.” 
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