- Home made lycra swing from Starfish Therapies. Go check it out.
- Next, here is a simple way to promote the use of the more affected arm in a child with hemiplegia. Abby from Notes from a pediatric occupational therapist, simply uses a safety pin to hold the unaffected arm close to the body. Check out her post about using a safety pin.
Straws are a household object that can have many uses for developing motor and sensory skills. Go check out the top ten ways to use them in therapy.
- Help your child develop number concept. This activity is great for a child with autism because it is short and structured. She has some cards to print out with numbers and dots on them to match.