Fine Motor Fish Craft

Fine Motor Fish Craft

One of the main reasons occupational therapists love using crafts during therapy is because they promote fine motor and visual motor skills through a fun and motivating activity. Crafts are also an especially fun way to work on your child’s scissor skills. Today, one of our occupational therapists shows you how your children can make […]

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Sensory Fun with Sand and Water Bins

Sensory Fun with Sand and Water Bins

A healthy sensory system allows your child to attend better to tasks, interact with the world around them, and have positive social interactions with others. In short, the development of your child’s sensory system is critical to their ability to successful navigate the world. Sensory bins are a wonderful way to encourage sensory play and […]

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Sensory Friendly 4th of July

Sensory Friendly 4th of July

Independence Day is often a day of friends, family, and celebration, but for children with sensory processing challenges, 4th of July traditions are often defined by crowded parties, loud fireworks, hot weather, and intense visual stimuli. Children who have sensitive sensory systems, can easily get overstimulated and overwhelmed during seemingly ‘normal’ activities. Prepare for 4th […]

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