Pediatric physical therapy activities
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It's #NationalSafetyMonth! Your child's physical and mental wellness are critical. Whether your looking for games to develop coordination or interact with special needs children, these fun games will get them up and moving. Be sure to use your Buddy Tag when enjoying the fresh outdoor air for added peace of mind!
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13 Balance and Coordination Activities for Kids | If you’re looking for core strengthening activities to help your child develop his or her static and dynamic balance, while also working on his or her bilateral and hand-eye coordination, this collection of occupational therapy ideas is a great place to start! #balanceactivities #coordinationactivities #grossmotoractivities
Five Fun Activities with Dyna Discs! Dyna Disc activities for children to address balance, strength, motor planning & posture!
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Why these Core Muscle Exercises Help Prevent Learning Challenges in the Classroom - Integrated Learning Strategies
Why core muscle exercises prevent learning challenges and help support intelligence in the classroom. Poor core muscle shows immature motor skills in kids.
Kristi Youngs saved to Occupational therapy
Pediatric Exercise Handbook created by two Pediatric Physical Therapists (Dr. Lauren Baker and Dr. Katlin Middleton) as a developmental how-to for parents & clinicians. "A great resource for understanding gross motor milestones and learning functional, easy, and adaptable play-based activities for kiddos!"
School based physical therapy activities and ideas. Fun core strength, balance, yoga, and more to work on functional skills at school.
10+ fun, quick, and easy activities to help your child develop core strength:1. King of the pillow2. Draw with your feet3. Sit-up toy retrieval4. Foot pick-u...
Mary Sloan Somerville saved to Little Ones
Physical Therapy Exercises to Decrease Toe Walking in kids of all ages from toddlers to elementary school age. Toe walking is a concern after the age of 2 years old and if you have concerns on your kiddo, please reach out to a Physical Therapist or Physiotherapist in your area.
Lauren Cass saved to Peds PT
I couldn't live without a scooter board at work or home. There are endless uses and developmental benefits for children who engage in scooter board play. These 20 super fun scooter board activities for kids help promote greater focus and self-regulation while also improving gross motor function, core strengthening, and developmental skills! Find the top 20 pediatric occupational therapist recommended scooter activities for kids on the blog.
Lacey Hilmes saved to School Based therapy
This Blog and Infographic will review tonic reflexes, their significance if the reflex persists beyond the typical age range, and the possible impact on a child’s functioning and role performance. Last but not least, this blog will suggest therapeutic interventions that are known to help inhibit the activation of tonic reflexes and advance postural control as a foundation for optimal functioning.
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