Being able to function and participate in school will mean different things for different kids. So, it is best to look at your child and see what it is that they will need to work on in school, and then you can support the teacher to help your child work on those areas. First
Sit Still! Be Careful! Stop Spinning! Get Down From There! Why restricting children’s movement and limiting their ability to play outdoors causes more harm than good This is a guest post by Angela Hanscom, Pediatric Occupational Therapist and Author of Balanced and Barefoot. You can also find the Balanced and Barefoot book on Amazon. As
I was able to have a talk with Occupational Therapist Angela Hanscom, the author of Balanced and Barefoot, and the creator of the amazing TimberNook program. Her book was a refreshing read, and is inspiring me to think about how I can incorporate more nature and more natural experiences into my therapy sessions. The TimberNook
Exciting Membership Area When I started Therapy Fun Zone, my dream was to share ideas, forms, and activities with the therapy world. At the time I was feeling isolated in my job and wanted to connect with other therapists, and this was my way of doing that. Now I am taking that dream further and
We have a lot of Therapy Bloggers now, and it is fun to find and read them all. To make it easier to find all of their posts, we can share them easily in a weekly link up.