Monday, February 6, 2017

10 Things Your Child’s Therapist May Like You to Know

Children with special needs may be candidates for physical, occupational, or speech therapy services, which means they will be evaluated and treated by a licensed and registered therapist. Choosing a therapist can be both exciting and empowering, but there are a few things you might like to know about physical, occupational, or speech therapists who work with children. Chances are, your child’s therapist would like you to know that … 1. Just because a therapy session looks like play doesn’t mean there’s no work being done. The clinic looks a lot like a playroom with a variety of props, tools, and toys. This…  Read in browser »

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