Welcome to the “Functional Skills for Kids” series!
This is a year-long project being tackled by 10 of the most awesome Occupational and Physical Therapy bloggers on the web!
Have you ever wished you were better equipped to help the kid(s) in your life do the things they need or want to be able to do every day? Things like writing, typing, learning to use scissors, getting dressed, eating, or playing?
And have you ever wished that you could have all that information in one place, from people who are trained to help kids with those very things?
Well, then, this series is for you!
Each month during 2016, we will spend some time dissecting a different functional skill of childhood so YOU can be better equipped to help the kids in your life THRIVE!
MEET THE OCCUPATIONAL AND PHYSICAL THERAPISTS ON THE “FUNCTIONAL SKILLS FOR KIDS” TEAM:
This page will be updated each month as I contribute new content to the “Functional Skills for Kids” series, which will be published the third Wednesday of each month.
Find all my posts in the series below:
JULY: (coming soon)
SEPTEMBER: Tips to Help Kids Who Hate Haircuts
NOVEMBER: When Can Kids Learn to Button and Zip?
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