Having a strong pincer grasp is important for future handwriting skills and is a natural part of a child’s hand grasp development. I’ve teamed up with Adapt Ease to share 5 fun activities for pincer grasp practice with you today. This is a sponsored post on behalf of Adapt Ease. I was provided free product […]
Occupational Therapy Tips
These tips are not to replace the relationship between a therapist and client in a one-on-one treatment setting. If you suspect your child has delays, please tell your doctor and ask for an Occupational Therapy evaluation. These tips are meant for educational and informational use only for parents, teachers, and therapists.
I recently noticed some confusion on the difference between fine motor and handwriting skills when I was doing some research for my upcoming fine motor skills book. I decided to address this in a way that I hope makes sense and educates on the which fine motor skills are important for handwriting. Importance of Fine Motor […]
Over the last year, I have had the privilege of working with 8 other pediatric Occupational Therapists and Physical Therapists in the Functional Skills for Kids series. Each month we took at look at various topics in child development and broke them down into all the skills kids need to master these tasks. I wanted […]
If you have a child who is learning to type, you might be getting tired of doing the same typing programs or activities again, and again and again. Or maybe your child is struggling to pick up typing skills because of physical limitations or delays. There are many ways you can work on skills needed […]
I’ve written quite a bit about sensory processing here on the blog, but I wanted to put something together that will pull all that information in to one spot and be a great resource for you. So today I am introducing the The Sensory System 9 day e-mail series. If you’ve ever wondered “What is […]