Zoe Hope Foundation

Zoe Hope Foundation The Zoe Hope Foundation is dedicated to empowering the disability community through holistic learning experiences and nature play. Zoe Hope Foundation was established as a nonprofit organization on January 25, 2016 in Dallas, Texas with the expectation of rapid expansion in the alternative health services industry.

Its founders, are dedicated to building up the disability community through holistic learning experiences and nature play. The company partners with existing entities to provide sensory motor and social skills development which are customized to individual needs. The main objective is to revolutionize the alternative health services industry by treating people with disabilities as whole individuals with a purpose and a future within their communities. We want to keep working families working. We offer the following alternative health services:

- Sensory Integration Therapies - Occupational, Behavioral, Speech, Social and Physical therapy
- Holistic Wellness Education - toxic free living, essential oils, natural remedies, physical fitness,nature play
- Activities for Daily Living (ADLs) - self care, hygiene, routine tasks, cooking, cleaning, life skills, marketable skills
- Nature Education - sensory gardening, edible gardening, learning to cook, learning how to build things, nature play
- Sensory Consultation - design sensory areas as a safe place to calm, focus, and stimulate creativity (will be customized to individual needs)

Operating as usual

Fred Rogers Center
04/01/2021

Fred Rogers Center

Integrated Learning Strategies
03/15/2021

Integrated Learning Strategies

INTERESTING GRAPHIC

Is the solution of the "problem focus" a negative and the "solution focus" a positive that can come from that particular character trait?

North Texas Therapy Innovations
03/15/2021

North Texas Therapy Innovations

💙🦋 #dyslexia #dyslexiaawareness #spdadult #therapydogs #dyslexicadvantage #OT #sensoryplay #SPD #occupationaltherapy #occupationaltherapist #occupationaltherapystudent #pediatricoccupationaltherapy #pediatric #pediatricot #ped #selflove
#cliniclife #pediatricptotspeech #therapyideas #autism #dallasmoms #autismawareness #autismmom #lifequotes #Covidotwarrior #lakehighlandsdallas #lakehighlandsmom #dallasmom #adultSPD #lakhighlandssocial

Integrated Learning Strategies
03/15/2021

Integrated Learning Strategies

GREAT LIST OF SKILLS TO TEACH OUR CHILDREN

Sometimes as parents we forget that these are skills that need to be taught!

Integrated Learning Strategies
03/15/2021

Integrated Learning Strategies

GREAT WAY TO IMPROVE YOUR CHILD'S HAND STRENGTH

If your child is struggling with handwriting or pencil grip, here are some great exercises you can do to strengthen your child's fine motor skills.

https://www.flintrehab.com/hand-therapy-putty-exercises/

Little Pine Learners
03/14/2021

Little Pine Learners

•DIY Cardboard Nature Display Shelf•
Try making this DIY cardboard display shelf to showcase all of your beautiful nature finds. Children will love looking for pieces of nature to put in the box and enjoy organizing and looking at their collection. At the end of each season, take a photo of your display and start a new collection!🌿
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See how to turn an Amazon box into a nature display shelf here: https://littlepinelearners.com/cardboard-nature-display/

Easy Preschool Activities
03/14/2021

Easy Preschool Activities

😍 Play!!!

So true 😂
03/13/2021

So true 😂

Something funny for your Friday! 😆

Learning and Exploring Through Play
03/12/2021

Learning and Exploring Through Play

The OT Toolbox
03/11/2021

The OT Toolbox

👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼

becoming minimalist
03/11/2021

becoming minimalist

Mother Natured
03/10/2021

Mother Natured

First Grade Fun Times
03/10/2021

First Grade Fun Times

❤️❤️❤️

Little Pine Learners
03/06/2021

Little Pine Learners

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The Power of Play: How Time Outside Helps Kids
03/04/2021
The Power of Play: How Time Outside Helps Kids

The Power of Play: How Time Outside Helps Kids

Kids need play to develop the right way, a recent report says, and it supports the nurturing relationships with caregivers that kids need to thrive.

Integrated Learning Strategies
02/24/2021

Integrated Learning Strategies

EXCELLENT ARTICLE AND GRAPHIC ABOUT HOW EMOTIONS AND BEHAVIOR CAN BE THE RESULT OF AND UNDERLYING ISSUE

"Observing the behavior of an anxious child is sometimes like looking at the tip of an iceberg: underlying the anxious behavior are layers of emotions and experiences."

https://gozen.com/8-ways-a-childs-anxiety-shows-up-as-something-else/

TimberNook
02/24/2021

TimberNook

Let them climb up the slide! 🙌

I love this!
02/24/2021

I love this!

Personalize a one page person centered plan for your child! Here is a sample. The file is now posted at:

https://www.decodingdyslexiaor.org/resources/ under the header "Information Sharing and One Page Profiles" My Instructional IEP and Accommodations template.

SELspace
02/23/2021

SELspace

North Texas Therapy Innovations
02/10/2021

North Texas Therapy Innovations

💙🦋 #dyslexia #dyslexiaawareness #spdadult #therapydogs #dyslexicadvantage #OT #sensoryplay #SPD #occupationaltherapy #occupationaltherapist #occupationaltherapystudent #pediatricoccupationaltherapy #pediatric #pediatricot #ped #selflove
#cliniclife #pediatricptotspeech #therapyideas #autism #dallasmoms #autismawareness #autismmom #lifequotes #Covidotwarrior #lakehighlandsdallas #lakehighlandsmom #dallasmom #adultSPD #lakhighlandssocial

TimberNook
02/06/2021

TimberNook

HOW TO BEST PREPARE PRESCHOOLERS FOR FUTURE READING AND WRITING

There's no need for pencils or paper. Preschoolers don’t need to learn letters at this age either.

“Getting ready to read and write does NOT need to, nor should it, involve sitting still, OR letters, OR paper, and pencil. There are so many other important things that need to happen, and happen a LOT, before a child can successfully read and write.” - Denita Dinger, author and early childhood educator

• Children need a strong sense of body awareness (developed through active free play)
• Eyes need to track
• Core muscles (stomach & back), shoulders, neck, hand, and finger strength should be adequate
• Children need basic coordination of both fine and gross motor skills
• Children need time to make lots of mistakes and learn perseverance

Children gain these foundational skills through FREQUENT outdoor play opportunities!

Let children....

Blow more bubbles.
Swing, spin, and roll down hills.
Hang upside down from the monkey bars.
Climb more trees.
Build more forts.
Make more mistakes.
Struggle more, give up less.

Ample outdoor play opportunities lay a strong foundation by organizing the brain and preparing the body, so that reading and writing can become a meaningful experience.

Integrated Learning Strategies
02/01/2021

Integrated Learning Strategies

WHEN TO WORRY ABOUT W SITTING.

Pediatric therapists routinely work to correct this sitting posture in order to prevent additional impairments, here are some of the reasons W-sitting is not recommended for children and when you should really worry.

https://lemonlimeadventures.com/when-to-worry-about-w-sitting/ — with Katie Meyer.

More Than a Stick: Open-Ended Materials in Early Childhood
02/01/2021
More Than a Stick: Open-Ended Materials in Early Childhood

More Than a Stick: Open-Ended Materials in Early Childhood

As many of my blog readers know, I am the neighborhood “stalker”, watching my neighbor kids out my kitchen window on a regular basis.  However, they also know I am a good “stalker”, watching children in a quest for knowledge about child behavior and looking for examples of early childhood t...

Janet Lansbury
02/01/2021

Janet Lansbury

Agreed! Thank you to Conscious Parents 🍁

Forest Park Nature Center
01/27/2021

Forest Park Nature Center

Bald eagle nests are generally 5 feet wide and 3 feet deep. The largest recorded bald eagle nest 9.5 feet in diameter, 20 feet deep and weighed almost 6,000 pounds! Check out this to scale nest, at Hueston Woods State Park.

Check back next Tuesday for another Tuesday Trivia!

The OT Toolbox
01/27/2021

The OT Toolbox

📄 Tearing paper 📄

When a child tears a piece of paper, they improve hand strength and endurance in the small muscles in the hand. These intrinsic muscles are important in so many fine motor skills, including those important to handwriting and coloring, managing buttons and zippers, manipulating pegs, and more.
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Activities and tips to use just paper in building skills:
https://www.theottoolbox.com/torn-paper-art-awesome-fine-motor/

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11886 Greenville Ave #110
Dallas, TX
75243

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00

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Zoe Hope Foundation was established as a nonprofit organization on January 25, 2016 in Dallas, Texas with the expectation of rapid expansion in the alternative health services industry. Its founders are dedicated to building up the disability community through holistic wellness, sensory integration, and life skills education.

We are partnering with existing entities by providing alternative health services which are customized to individual needs. Our objective is unique because unlike other similar services, which only focus on a person's disabilities, we believe every individual should be treated as a whole person with a purpose and a future within their communities.

We want to keep working families working.

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