We’ve all been there—trying to place an arm through the hole in a winter coat, getting tangled up in scarves, watching your child wander outside in freezing weather improperly dressed… Read More »
Archive for December, 2016
How to Maintain Therapeutic Momentum over the Holiday Break
The stockings are hung by the chimney with care, the tree is sparkling with bright and beautiful lights, and you are savoring a quiet cup of cocoa by the fire—wait… Read More »
Looking for Holiday Gift Ideas? Talk to Your Occupational Therapist!
Did you know that the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that children and adolescents get a minimum of 60 minutes of physical activity per day? Of course,… Read More »
What to Expect During My First Physical Therapy Visit
We’ve already discussed how to prepare for an occupational therapy visit, but what if your child needs physical therapy? Physical therapy is an aide for children who have difficulty with… Read More »