Occupational therapy can help with Developmental Disabilities and can improve skills such as motor skills development, hand-eye coordination and more. Speech therapy can also help with Developmental Disabilities.
Handwriting skills are essential for children. Even with increasing technology, they remain the primary tool for communication and knowledge assessment for students in the classroom.
These activities can help strengthen your child’s muscles and build their endurance! Swimming – Weightless in Water! “Just keep swimming,... View Article
Children with special needs can find it hard to focus in school and at home. The ability to focus is like a muscle, the more that muscle is exercised, the better your child will be at focusing. Here are 5 Exercises to Help Your Child Focus!
World OT Day is October 27th Occupational therapy is a health care profession that works with individuals across the lifespan... View Article
Fall is upon us, parents. We know what that means: pumpkins, leaves, and cinnamon spice…arts and crafts and everything nice!... View Article