Looking for home program activities for occupational and physical therapy? We’ve got you covered!
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We’ve all seen what happens when kids have extended breaks from school or therapy. Without regular practice with academics and other developmental skills, kids tend to regress and it can take days, weeks, or even months to regain the skills they’ve lost.
Right now, as so many of us are facing an unexpected and possibly extended time away from schools and clinics, we know that many therapists, teachers, and parents are looking for home program activities and resources to support and promote developmental skills for kids at home.
That’s why we’ve put all of our favorite blog posts, free printables, and other resources in one place for easy access when you’re building home programs for kids. Check them out below!
And don’t miss these resources – perfect for home programs:
Occupational and Physical Therapy Home Program Activities
Practice With Scissors
Drawing and Prewriting Practice
Practice With Dressing Skills
Coordination and Motor Planning Activities
Keep scrolling for more home program ideas!
Visual Motor and Visual Perceptual Skills
Behavior and Self-Regulation
Other Ideas and Resources
Books to Recommend to Families
Games to Recommend to Families
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