Teach Kids to Put on Socks and be Stress Free Do you need to teach kids get dressed? Learning the skill of putting on various articles of clothing is an important milestone in early childhood. Not only does it help our youngsters gain independence, but it also helps...
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6 Simple Signs Your Child is Ready to Potty Train
by Dana Cary | Jul 10, 2022 | Activities of daily living and other functional skills, Fine Motor Skills, Occupational Therapy, Self-Care
6 Simple Signs Show Your Child is Ready to Potty Train What are the signs your child is ready to potting train? I get asked many questions by parents about when they should start potty training their little ones. It's not so much about the age of your child, so much...
8 Stress Free Potty Training Tips and Tricks
by Dana Cary | Jun 28, 2022 | Activities of daily living and other functional skills, Occupational Therapy, Self-Care
8 Stress Free Potty Training Tips and Tricks These 8 best potty training tips and tricks will get your youngster potty trained in no time. These will give you some guidance and help you along the potty-training journey. Enjoy! Stress Free Potty Training Tips and...
10 Quick and Simple Games Build Balance
by Dana Cary | Jun 4, 2022 | Activities of daily living and other functional skills, Articulation, Balance, Gross Motor Skills, Home Exercises, Occupational Therapy
10 Quick and Simple Games Build Balance These games build balance and are a fun and easy way to work on an important skill that is needed in nearly anything we do. Balance is one of the essential skills our students need to navigate the world safely. These 10 games...
3 Practical Activities to Teach Your Toddler to Use Scissors
by Dana Cary | May 1, 2022 | Occupational Therapy, Activities of daily living and other functional skills, Articulation, Fine Motor Skills
Is My Toddler Ready to Use Scissors?