There are many great ways to incorporate therapy into your daily routine at home to reinforce what your child is working on in therapy every week. Below are a few ideas:

 

Communication – As silly as it may sound, narrate your child’s day. For example, “let’s put on your shoes,” “We’re buttoning your buttons,” “we’re brushing your teeth.”

 

In addition, have your child ask for things, whether verbal (1-2 word phrases) or non-verbal (sign language, or gestures) before they get what they ‘want.’ For example, “more please,” “down please,” “help please,” “swing please,” “eat please.”

 

Motor Planning, and Spatial Awareness

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Visual Perception –

 

Bilateral Coordination and Motor Planning –

 

Visual Motor –

 

Fine Motor Skills –

 

 

Sequencing, Timing, and Working Memory –