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http://www.thprc.com
This is for OT & PT internet directory.  It takes you to a site for OT/PT and athletic training.  This site lists numerous links for more information on a variety of topics.

http://www.asha.org/
This takes you directly to the home page for the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association with lots of related information.

http://www.dpi.org/
Disabled People's International site features an online magazine and other related resources.

http://www.boehmeworkshops.com/
This site maintained by Boehme Workshops lists their courses they are sponsoring as well as products available, chat room and educational insights.

http://www.clinicians-view.com/
This site maintained by Michael Magrun provides: opportunities to purchase educational products, streaming clinical video programs, multi-media text courses, streaming full length seminars, opportunities for education with CEU accreditation. This is the company publishing the book "Head's Up On Hypotonia." They also have all the DVDs produced by Barbara Hypes available via streaming video for education in home. Professors can arrange access to materials by contracting directly with Clinician's View.

http://www.ndta.org/
This large site maintained by the Neuro-Developmental Treatment Association lists courses that are available as well as related issues to their organization.

http://www.apta.org/
The home page for the American Physical Therapy Association and includes tons of information and links.

http://www.equipmentshop.com/
A good site to get therapy equipment. Ideal for therapists.

http://www.pdppro.com/
Visit this site for information on sensory equipment.  They also have their courses listed and a variety of other information.

http://www.balldynamics.com
Go to this site for information on therapy balls.

http://eritherapyseminars.com
Education resources presents seminars for therapists.

http://www.therapeuticservicesinc.com
Therapeutic Services presents seminars for therapists.

http://www.dafo.com
Dynamic splinting and orthotics from Cascade orthotics.

http://www.eHandprints.com
Innovative new source material for Occupational Therapists

http://www.integrationscatalog.com
Abilitations catalog with variety of resources.

http://info@gaitways.com
Information regarding thera-togs.

http://www.surestep.net
Information regarding sure step orthotic system for minimal foot impairment.

http://www.rehabresourcesinc.com
Clinic and B-3 based therapy provider in WI. Site of Barbara Hypes current clinic based employment.

http://www.wiltse@add-a-bands.com
Add-A-Bands are an assistive device designed to encourage movement when it is difficult for a child to find supportive spacing of the legs due to low muscle tone and or lax hip ligaments. This is an excellent products designed by an OT with safety in mind. It allows the child to feel the end range of their hip lateral movement so they can develop skills moving over their hips. The design keeps the hips well aligned without limiting rotation or lower extremity dissociation. Wiltse has considered costs and kept them to a minimum by designing growth into each band. Children of all ages can benefit from this simple design to help them learn how to move functionally over their hips.

http://www.stealthproducts.com
Web site featuring the i2i head support system. This innovative company provides products to attend to many challenges in positioning and mobility for individuals with limited motor control. The i2i head support desiged by Leslie Fitzsimmons is designed to 1) Improve eye contact which promotes socialization 2) Improve ease of feeding 3) Improve saliva management and decrease drooling 4) Decrease caregiver time spent re-positioning 5) Improve ability to communicate and interpret responses.
As a head support system, this product truly brings vertical alignment into a new potential.

BARBARA HYPES P.T.

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