We’re back again today with another great post for our Happy New Year, Healthy Kids series! We’d like to welcome Shelley Galvin, OTR/L, C/NDT and Patricia Pooler, MS, OTR/L from Tools to Grow for today’s post about kids and executive functioning.
Shelley has over 30 years of experience as a licensed Occupational Therapist with a specialty in pediatrics. Shelley is certified in pediatric Neurodevelopmental Treatment and has completed extensive continuing education in sensory processing theory and intervention.
Patricia works in a pediatric school based setting. She has experience in a variety of pediatric settings including pediatric hospital acute care, pediatric outpatient, and school based.
The mission of Tools to Grow is to provide valuable tools to therapists, educators, special needs teachers, and parents/caregivers to help with the most important job there is … helping children grow!
At Tools to Grow, you’ll find affordable, high quality PDF files that can be instantly downloaded and accessed by members to target a huge range of skills. Be sure to click through and check them out, and follow Tools to Grow on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest!
20 Expert Bloggers Weigh in With Their Best Tips for Raising Happy, Healthy Kids
As moms and dads, we all share the same mission: to find the most effective ways to raise happy, healthy kids. That’s why we’re getting back to the basics – to bring the focus back to real life ideas from trusted child development experts.
We’ve called on some friends and colleagues to chime in with their best ideas for raising kids who are happy and healthy from the inside out.
For the rest of the month, this series of posts will cover everything from creativity and sleep to social development and nutrition (and much more!).
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