Vision involves more than the ability to see with or without glasses…..here’s our story: My autistic son complained of frequent headaches, squinted, and showed difficulty reading. His pediatrician recommended an evaluation by an eye doctor. We anxiously awaited the appointment with the ophthalmologist and felt we would get answers. It was a surprise that James’ vision was […]
Spring break is great for vacations and relaxing, but it can also be a good recipe for cabin-fever! Here’s another colorful activity to keep little hands busy and work on executive function. Most of the materials are easy to find around the house. As for the popsicle sticks, you can buy a bag of them, […]
5 of the most asked questions during my pediatric occupational therapy primer courses for new therapists or OTs new to the pediatric setting.