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Educational resources, therapeutic products and games by Jenny Clark

Seminars and Trainings

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World Class Seminars by Jenny Clark

Satisfied and Happy Clients

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Playful Therapy

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Occupational Therapy above and beyond for example: Ball Pit and Pirate

Jenny's Kids, Inc

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Jenny's Kids, Inc. is dedicated to the profession of Pediatric Occupational Therapy and related topics. All content and resources within this website are available to Parents,Teachers,other caregivers, and Healthcare Professionals (for informational purposes only) to help you provide beneficial services to children experiencing sensory processing issues.

Pediatric Occupational Therapy Clinic

Jenny Pose 3 State of the art clinic in Lawrence, Kansas

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In Service Training and Seminars

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World Class Training by Expert Jenny L Clark

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Play with Purpose Seminar Oct 25

Play with Purpose: Implementing a Holistic Treatment Approach
in Pediatric OT & PT for Children with Developmental Delays–
A comprehensive seminar that complements discipline-specific education.
Date: Saturday October 25th, 2014!!
Location: Kansas City Metro area!

Non-Profit Organizations and Advocacy

Various Non Profit Organizations promoting research and awareness of SPD and other disabilities

Books for Parents

Parents will appreciate these informative and useful books

Sensory Friendly Schools

Schools and preschools nation-wide by state

Sing, Move, Learn

Audio CD adds fun and structure to therapeutic lessons for children with Sensory Processing Disorder

First Family gives nod to Letter Treasure Hunt

I was thrilled to discover a Thank You card in my mailbox from the White House! It expresses appreciation for the Letter Treasure Hunt game I had sent. First Lady Michelle Obama is an advocate for children’s health and education, and has repeatedly emphasized the need for children to eat healthier meals and exercise more. […]

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