Child Occupational Therapy at Home

Before we discuss occupational therapy games and activities let’s look at some lingo. When I say “high engine” I mean those times when he is obviously over stimulated. For S1 this means running around the house squealing. A “low engine” means no energy, whining, laying around. (Did you know this can happen with ADHD? It does. Especially … Continue reading Child Occupational Therapy at Home


Sensory Overload

Let’s talk OT. Occupational Therapy. Have you tried it for your child? Sensory Processing Disorder, Autism, ADHD...there are many reasons to take your child to OT. And there are ways to integrate it at home when he really needs it or if OT just isn’t an option right now. What do they do there? Do … Continue reading Sensory Overload