On a snowy day, embrace the snow and get outside if you can! Being outside has many benefits for children and will help to release some of their energy, so they can be more relaxed when indoors. Have children help to shovel the snow, build snowmen, build a snow fort or just run around in the snow.
If going outside is not a option, here are some ideas of how to make the most of your snowy day from the comfort of your home!
Blog by: Caitlin Kraft, Student Occupational Therapist
The holiday season is a time of giving, and we'd like to share with you some of our favorite developmentally appropriate toys. Each of these toys are broken into to categories that are designed to help your little one improve critical developmental skills while playing, just like we do in the clinic.
This list is in no way exhaustive. These skills can be obtained through a variety of ways so don't be afraid to be creative in exploring options that may help your child's skill grow.
Thanksgiving is a popular time for extended family and friends to get together and share a meal. Unfortunately, it can be disastrous for children with sensory issues and/or feeding issues. Here are some tips to make Thanksgiving a little less stressful for you and your sensory child.