One of the topics parents and therapists always ask me is about helping children with toilet training. I love infographics. They provide awesome tips and can be shared easily. Here’s one of my favorites. Want more information? Read our earlier post about toilet training here. Interoception or awareness of your own body can be affected […]
Therapists need to become culturally sensitive. This post contains tips and many resources for therapists in all settings. Understanding your own bias and beliefs is the first step.
Get Your Child Outside, Regardless of Age! Getting your kids outside is a challenge, but every year it is the same thing. Too cold, too wet or too busy. Kids are getting up at the same time in winter, but it is dark. It’s almost dark when kids get home from school and eat dinner. […]
5 of the most asked questions during my pediatric occupational therapy primer courses for new therapists or OTs new to the pediatric setting.