A Look at Occupational Therapy

I thought I would lighten things up just a bit. So I decided I would allow you all to see one of Emmett’s OT (occupational therapy) sessions. I think it’s important that you see first hand what happens during an OT session.

I hope this gives you more insight into the world of special need parenting. I also hope that this may help any new special needs parents out there that are exploring these types of therapies but might not know much about it.  

This will be a multi part article and there is to much video to do in just one post.

This video shoe Emmett swinging on a tire swing. It helps his learn to balance and strengthens his arms.

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Father to 3 boys with #Autism, 1 with Fragile Health. Award winning blogger, techy and advocate. #AutismDad @GuardianLocate
Rob Gorski

Rob Gorski

Father to 3 boys with #Autism, 1 with Fragile Health. Award winning blogger, techy and advocate. #AutismDad @GuardianLocate

One thought on “A Look at Occupational Therapy

  • November 12, 2012 at 3:21 am
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    I’m a huge proponent of OT for children with ASD disorders. Though it took until I was in 7th grade, it helped me learn how to write properly. 

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