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Dr. S. Yaroslawitz, DSc OTR/L directs Hands Full, Inc., an occupational therapy practice that has offices in Brooklyn, N.Y. and Monsey, N.Y. The practices provide occupational therapy for children, adolescents and adults and focus on a myriad of treatment techniques, with particular focus on visual perceptual and visual motor development, cognitive development and behavior management for children who are both typically developing or who present with disabilities. Besides direct care, Dr. Yaroslawitz teaches behavior management courses to parents, teachers, school principals and clinicians to empower their management skills in the area of children’s behavior and development. She has authored both the books and audio books titled, “Are Your Hands Full”, Volumes I and II, which are step-by-step guides for the behavior management of children ages 0 – 10 and adolescents ages 10 -18.

Hands Full, Inc. is committed to the provision of community education in the area of behavior management and cognitive development of children who are developing both typically and atypically. Education is provided both during direct client care and in formal education settings, with the expressed purpose of teaching caretakers to establish and maintain the appropriate rapport with children, so that maximum development can be achieved.

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Dr. S. Yaroslawitz, DSc OTR/L directs Hands Full, Inc., an occupational therapy practice that has offices in Brooklyn, N.Y. and Monsey, N.Y. The practices provide occupational therapy for children, adolescents and adults and focus on a myriad of treatment techniques, with particular focus on visual perceptual and visual motor development, cognitive development and behavior management for children who are both typically developing or who present with disabilities. Besides direct care, Dr. Yaroslawitz teaches behavior management courses to parents, teachers, school principals and clinicians to empower their management skills in the area of children’s behavior and development. She has authored both the books and audio books titled, “Are Your Hands Full”, Volumes I and II, which are step-by-step guides for the behavior management of children ages 0 – 10 and adolescents ages 10 -18.

Hands Full, Inc. is committed to the provision of community education in the area of behavior management and cognitive development of children who are developing both typically and atypically. Education is provided both during direct client care and in formal education settings, with the expressed purpose of teaching caretakers to establish and maintain the appropriate rapport with children, so that maximum development can be achieved.

    A QUICK BYTE OF CHINUCH #15

    A QUICK BYTE OF CHINUCH #15

    In this podcast you will hear about:
    “The War of All Wars”
    Enjoy!

    • 5 min
    A QUICK BYTE OF CHINUCH #14

    A QUICK BYTE OF CHINUCH #14

    In this podcast you will hear about:

    Role modeling
    The impact of embarrassing children in public
    How much is ‘Him’, how much is you
    The abundance of food and what to make of it
    The bowel-bladder story

    Enjoy!

    • 9 min
    A QUICK BYTE OF CHINUCH #13

    A QUICK BYTE OF CHINUCH #13

    In this podcast you will hear:

     What happens when parents lash out….
    About how of course, we don’t really intend to hurt our children……
    The difference between an action and a reaction.
    Car trouble….
    How to cultivate positive moments.

    Enjoy!!!

    • 10 min
    A QUICK BYTE OF CHINUCH #12

    A QUICK BYTE OF CHINUCH #12

    I received a gift this week and I’m passing it on to you.
    Enjoy!

    • 6 min
    A QUICK BYTE OF CHINUCH #11

    A QUICK BYTE OF CHINUCH #11

    Enjoy a sneak peak of some of the concepts you will hear in the Are Your Hands Full Audiobook.  Here’s a taste:

    “It’s a Long Haul” with lots of non-chuppah problems along the way. Stay focused on the ultimate destination of parenting rather than the bumps along the way.
    “Does it work?” Do we base choice of strategy on what “works” in the short term?  Or are we more concerned with the long term product that will emerge from our households after approximately 7,000 days?
    The importance understanding the theory that supports each technique. This will prevent you from “burning out”.
    Child obedience vs. child impulse control. What is the difference?  Which comes first in child development?

    • 7 min
    A Quick Byte of Chinuch #10

    A Quick Byte of Chinuch #10

    These quick bytes add up to deep chinuch flavor.  Take advantage and enjoy!

    • 12 min

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