There are numerous ways of keeping your children engaged and organized and their bodies receiving the sensory processing input they require. Chores are a great way to build fine motor skills and they're ideal because kids understand purpose and routine. Plus, chores often involve whole-body movements, tactile perception, and fine motor skills that can be…Read more
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Amidst the pandemic, OT students and practitioners are facing unprecedented challenges that impact their mental health and psychosocial well-being. Not only this, but they might have been working on developmental issues before the pandemic, such as: Sensory processingFine motor skillsHandwritingVisual perception skills It's important you don't ignore pediatric occupational therapy during the time of COVID-19,…Read more
Technology has become a staple in the daily lives of most people. From the cellphone in their pocket to the GPS in their car, it’s everywhere. This means that children are also exposed, sometimes more than parents might like, to the barrage of daily tech that is literally everywhere we look. But it doesn’t have…Read more
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