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At the Core of the Matter

| Leah Gross

Symptoms Yossi is friendly, sociable 4th grader. Although he has many friends and is socially successful, Yossi refuses to play sports during recess. While his classmates play tag, basketball or football, Yossi sits at his desk in the empty classroom. Yossi is otherwise a healthy, happy child,  and when asked why he won’t play sports,Yossi […]

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Muscle Tone


Shouldering the Burden

| Leah Gross

Symptoms Ayala was a bright, articulate, and spunky first grader, but she had a terrible handwriting. Her classmates were learning to write full sentences, both in print and script, but Ayala could hardly write at all. When she started writing, her writing would start off strong and then gradually trail away into very lightly written, […]

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Say What?

| Leah Gross

Symptoms Moshe could not function in his 5th grade classroom. Whenever his teacher issued instructions like, “Take out your pencil and start working on your worksheet, ” Moshe appeared “spaced out” and seemed to ignore the instructions completely. Moshe’s apparent disregard for his teacher’s instructions lead to a breakdown in the classroom environment as the […]

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Seeking Input

| Leah Gross

Symptoms Malky is an adorable four-year-old girl. Her mother is concerned because Malky is always bumping into people and furniture, falls frequently and occasionally even crashes into walls. Malky is always touching things as she encounters them and often lies down flat on the floor during meals or class time. Malky’s mother brought her to […]

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Two Sided Issue

| Staff Therapist

Symptoms Dovi, 7 years old, is having trouble in school. His handwriting is sloppy and often illegible and he complains that his hand hurts when he writes. He mixes up similar letters, such as lowercase B and D or gimmel and zayin, and he may write them backwards or upside down. Dovi does know the […]

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Gravitational Insecurity


Dont’ Look Down!

| Leah Gross

Symptoms Zisi is a 2nd grader who hated recess. She refused to go on the swings or down slides, complained to her teacher that all the playground equipment was ‘too scary,’ and even went so far as to stay at her desk to avoid going out to play. At home, Zisi insisted her mother hold […]

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Sensory Processing Disorder


White Noise

| Staff Therapist

Symptoms Chavy is a well-behaved, precocious third-grader. Chavy’s mother is concerned about Chavy because she does not react to instructions appropriately. Unless Chavy’s mother focuses exclusively on Chavy and gives her specific directions, Chavy appears to shut down and ignore everything she hears.  For example, if Chavy’s mother wants everyone to get into the car […]

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