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Supporting Therapies and Education at Home



The skills our kids learn at school and in speech, occupational, and physical therapy sessions can continue to develop at home! Check out these resources and ideas for incorporating skill-building activities at home.

What activities will help my child practice the skills they learn in therapy and school while they’re at home?

The internet offers a seemingly endless supply of resources and tips to help your child continue learning at home. Check out our roundup of apps and websites that help with skills specific to occupational, physical, and behavioral therapies. You can also check out our article about play activities for working on fine and gross motor skills and language development.



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A lot of behaviors, frustrations, and overwhelm stem from our inability to be flexible when presented with everyday challenges. Here are some ways to help your child increase their ability to be flexible.
How do I help my child transition to a new provider or teacher?
When a favorite therapist, teacher, school aide, or caregiver is no longer available or moves on, it’s common for kids to feel confusion and anxiety due to the change and the loss of a trusted part of their daily or weekly routine. Here are some tips to help kids manage the loss and transition.

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