Monday, April 10, 2017

12 Posts with Advice for Parents from Occupational Therapists

April is Occupational Therapy Month. If your child sees an occupational therapist at school or privately, you probably know what a resource they are for great advice on getting your child moving and improving in all sorts of developmental ways. On the Friendship Circle blog, we often turn to OTs to write posts with strategies, activities, and explanations for the challenges faced by children with disabilities. Here are a dozen from our archives. 1. Ten Fun Outdoor Toys That Strengthen Motor Planning, Executive Function, and Social Skills Written by: Meghan Corridan Intro: “Spring is here, and as the weather gets nicer, kids who’ve Read in browser »

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