The Importance of Index Finger Isolation Our hand has 5 digits. Each one a different length, with various degrees and directions of movement. All of them important to daily function. But do you know which finger I focus on the most in therapy sessions? THE POINTER … [Read more...] about What’s the POINT?!
As an OT, there are basic pre-requisite skills I look for when handwriting concerns are brought to my attention. Many of these skills require an adult to observe, adjust, and help create the optimal workspace for the child(ren). Other skills may require a bit of prompting … [Read more...] about Basic Skills for Handwriting
When it comes to "sloppy" or illegible handwriting there are so many factors to consider. Fortunately, letter sizing is something that's easy to pinpoint, even to an untrained eye. Sizing is also something that should refine over time AKA improve developmentally. If you … [Read more...] about Handwriting: Tips & Tricks for Letter Sizing
Gift wrapping supports skills needed all year long As you (hopefully) know by now, I always have my OT goggles on; looking for the developmental skills offered in any and all tasks of daily life. My goal at WooTherapy is to share my therapeutic perspective and help you … [Read more...] about Gift Wrapping
In my house, we love a nightly dance party. It's critical for my boys to expend some energy, laugh, and connect with mom and dad after a long day. We've been having a great time with some awesome new Christmas tunes with great beats as well as some classics. Here are our Top 25 … [Read more...] about Christmas Dance Party Playlist
’Tis the season for holiday traditions, family get-togethers, and likely a lot of time in the kitchen! Between turkey dinners, baking exchanges, and holiday treats, food is often one of the main attractions this time of year. Do you do any of your holiday cooking with … [Read more...] about Holiday Cooking with Kids