It is that time of year, school time! Everybody has either gotten back to school or will be returning over the next few days, so we wanted to get some tips out to start of the new school year on the right foot. How can Interactive Metronome help prepare your child to succeed? Wendy Harron, an awesome OT and IM Provider, has the answers. Read more to find out how to get back in routine and practice skills with your children during the new school year.
Have you ever working with a client that had more than one diagnosis? Of course, often ADHD and autism, autism and SPD, ADHD and CP, etc. are present in children with developmental delays. So, how can Interactive Metronome help take training to the next level no matter what the diagnosis? Wendy Harron, an awesome OT and IM Provider, has the answers. Read more to find out how to work with cormorbid diagnoses.
This month is National Parks and Recreation Month, which is a great reminder to get outside and enjoy all of the wonderful learning activities that await children in the great outdoors. You don't have to be Leslie Knope to love parks, but we could take a page from her playbook. So put on some tennis shoes, get the kids packed up and let's go get some sun!
She did it again! Wendy Harron has your back when it comes to motivating children. This time she wraps up her series with tips to motivate very young children, who may be difficult to work with because of their need for external motivation, attention spans and extra energy.
Motivating pre-teens is a unique challenge. They may be too young to be fully motivated internally, which requires some sort of reward system. The trick is finding a system that is engaging and motivating for kids without breaking the bank, or teaching children that they will always be paid to complete training.