In our occupational therapy (OT) sessions at the Sunny Days Sunshine Center, we sing a song called “Let Your Eyes Tell Your Body What to Do.” We use this song to gently remind children to look around, take note of the area, and then move. We are trying to replace “on-the-go” ...
As occupational therapists, we are taught to analyze every task and creatively target a variety of skills with the simplest tools. Therefore, when planning (especially for virtual therapy sessions) and looking for some new creative ways to engage the children I treat, I turned ...
Picture this: It’s time to wash your child’s hands. You bring them into the bathroom and you tell them to turn on the water, pump the soap, rub their hands together, etc. and your child follows all of the steps until their hands are nice and clean. Later that day, when with ...
As Director of Sunny Days Sunshine Center, and a parent of three children, I know how hard it is to get your child to wear a face mask during this time.  Either they are too young to understand, they do not like the way it feels, or they just outright refuse to even try it.  I ...

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