Holiday Gift Buying Guide 2020: Occupational Therapist (OT) Approved Toys Your Kids Will Love
This year, as parents have taken on unprecedented roles in their children’s education, many families are looking for holiday gifts that are both fun and enriching. But with everything available online and so many options to choose from, how do you even know what to buy?
Holiday Gift Guide: Best Toys for Fine and Gross Motor Skills
Depending on their age there are toys that are more adapted to their growth. The skills of a toy are infinite and valuable, so in this blog you will find a guide to find out which games contribute to the psychomotor skills of our little ones.
A COVID Holiday - Handling this Year with Grace and Joy
You may be thinking, ‘How am I going to get through the holiday this year?’ ‘How can I go without seeing family and friends?’ ‘What about our traditions/celebrations?’ You are not alone. Read that again, you are not alone. You may feel as though you are, sometimes. Be aware of the signs that you may be having a harder time this year managing; it is OK.
COVID Holiday - Finding Moments of Joy in this Holiday Season
One way I find moments of joy each day is by “Being Kind to Each Other”. Being Kind goes a long way these days as all of us are experiencing stress in different ways throughout the day, weeks, and months of COVID.
Ask an Expert Series: Questions and Answers on Cuevas Medek Exercise
CME stands for Cuevas Medek Exercises. CME was developed by Ramon Cuevas in the 1970s. Medek meaning a dynamic method of motor stimulation. It is a treatment approach using a method of exercises that will provoke the automatic postural responses from motor delayed children.
Caregivers – The Unsung Heroes
Caregiving can often have a substantial effect on the life of the caregiver in more ways than one. By dedicating yourself to caring for another, one can forget to maintain their own physical and mental health, as well as put strain on their work and social life.