Therapy at Home
Whether our kids attend a physical therapy clinic, receive speech therapy at school, or a combination, we as parents can help support the skills they learned in therapy. Check out these resources for ideas about developing vital communication and occupational skills at home.
What therapy activities can I set up for my child at home?
Check out our roundup of some great 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 at home.
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