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Is your child’s handwriting messy, not as polished as their peers or inconsistent? Is your child also avoiding writing tasks? If you answered yes to one or all of these, your child

Wouldn’t it be great if your child had someone other than you to help them reach their goals? If you’re answering ‘yes’ to this question, a skilled Therapy Assistant could make a

Is your child chewing on something all the time? I mean not only food but non-edible objects? While putting things in the mouth is normal for babies and toddlers, sometimes, children past

Having a child with developmental coordination disorder (DCD) is challenging and learning how to support them and their families is a journey indeed. Along the way, you will learn about what it

Children achieve many milestones within their first 5 years. During this time, they are walking, running, talking, developing social and communication skills but there are some children that may have issues with

You may have heard that children need good core strength in order to do well developmentally. But what exactly does that mean? As Occupational Therapists we assess children for a range of