With the school year beginning and the start of cold and flu season just around the corner, we want to take a moment to remind our patients and their families about our precautions. We are continuously reviewing our policies, so always make sure to read the posted information in the clinic when you arrive to […]
Playing with a piano or keyboard is a great way to practice finger isolation and hand eye coordination, which are important for handwriting and other fine motor tasks. Don’t have a piano or keyboard? Print this image of one and ‘pretend’ to play while singing along to the song as your child touches each key!
This task addresses tactile discrimination and visualization. Your child must ‘picture’ what they are feeling with their hands in order to figure out what the object is! These skills are important for fine motor skills, memory, attention, body awareness, and so much more! what you need: small toys or wrapped candies 1 or 2 large […]
Are you having a difficult time playing with your child with Autism? How can play help you and your child with Autism communicate and bond? Your child with Autism may want to play in a different way, such as with a string, tap a ball, or rock back and forth. All you want is to […]