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Expectations for Your First Occupational Therapy Visit

Expectations for Your First Occupational Therapy Visit

Lacey OTR/L, an occupational therapist at Roots Therapy in Park City, UT shared some insights on what to expect before the first visit, during the first visit, and what to expect during subsequent sessions. She also shared what makes therapy successful for parents and kids.

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Dental Health and Disabilities

Dental Health and Disabilities

Children with disabilities are more likely to develop dental issues when compared to their typically developing peers. There are several disabilities that increase the complexity of dental problems as well. Oral health is more important than people realize, taking care of our children’s teeth is a focus of our care that we should be providing.

How Can Your Child Practice Social Skills at Home?

How Can Your Child Practice Social Skills at Home?

If your child would benefit from continued social skills practice during this time at home, there are a variety of different activities that can be used to target social skills virtually via platforms such as Facetime, Skype, or Zoom. Many children who are currently working to improve their social skills require cues and reminders for appropriate body language, eye contact, and topic maintenance.

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