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    • Home Visit [silent]

    • Curative Care Network; Occupational therapy--Study and teaching--Wisconsin--Milwaukee--History
    • A female occupational therapist makes a home visit and interacts with a female child using various techniques.
    • CCNet000011
    • Treatment Techniques for Children with Cerebral Palsy at the Curative Workshop [silent]

    • Curative Care Network; Curative Workshop of Milwaukee; Occupational therapy--Study and teaching--Wisconsin--Milwaukee--History
    • Introductory title cards read: "The following film shows treatment techniques for children with Cerebral Palsy. They are referred under the medical direction of the clinic or private physician. Early diagnosis and adequate treatment leads to...
    • CCNet000006
    • Red Feather Service Charity Drive [Compilation] [silent]

    • Curative Care Network; Curative Workshop of Milwaukee; Occupational therapy--Study and teaching--Wisconsin--Milwaukee--History
    • Opening title card reads: "Emphasis on development of speech and exercise of vocal muscles." A therapist works with young children gathered around a table. Next title card reads: "Children too handicapped for school have home teachers and treatment...
    • CCNet000019
    • Adult Therapy: Mrs. Duff and Others [silent]

    • Curative Care Network; Occupational therapy--Study and teaching--Wisconsin--Milwaukee--History
    • First part of the film (to 2 min., 55 sec.) shows female and male patients undergoing occupational therapy. The woman receives hydrotherapy, turns a handle, and works on a loom. The man performs carpentry. The second part of the film (from 3 min.)...
    • CCNet000013
    • Child Therapy: Bobby and Freddie [silent]

    • Curative Care Network; Occupational therapy--Study and teaching--Wisconsin--Milwaukee--History
    • Opening title cards read: "The program should include professional service in the home as well as the clinic. The parents need advice and support in meeting their many problems. Over protection increases handicap and prevents the development of...
    • CCNet000022

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