Category: Pediatric Occupational Therapy

My Child Won’t Eat What I Make – What Should I Do?

Remember the days when dinner wasn’t stressful? It seems like the older we get, the more stressful dinner becomes, especially when you have a child that won’t eat what you prepare! So, what can you do when your child won’t eat what you make? First of all, do NOT stress! We know it’s easier said […]

5 developmental benefits of sensory bins

Sensory, sensory, sensory. Is this a new buzz word? For good reason, it’s a great word! A sensory bin is a plastic container filled with items that are used to engage a child’s senses. Typically, these include items such as pompoms, kinetic sand, shredded paper, dried foods such as rice or beans, buttons, packing peanuts, […]

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