Wednesday, January 20, 2016

12 Month Blog Series by OTs and PTs on Functional Skills for Kids

Functional Skills for Kids - 12 month series by OTs and PTs
During 2016, I will be participating in a series written by occupational and physical therapy bloggers on developing 12 functional skills for children. Each month we will discuss the development of one functional skill in children addressing the many components of that skill.
Parents, teachers, therapists, and others can learn about all the activities and tasks that children perform throughout the day.  Each month, we will discuss different aspects of functional skills for children including developmental time lines, fine motor considerations, gross motor considerations, sensory considerations, visual perceptual considerations, accommodations and modifications, activity ideas, and more.Functional Skills for Kids Your Therapy Source
Meet the Occupational Therapists and Physical Therapists on the Functional Skills for KidsTeam:  (Follow each therapist on social media for developmental information, great ideas, and creative community!)
Colleen at Sugar Aunts | Facebook |Twitter | Pinterest 
Cindy at Your Kids OT | Facebook | Pinterest
Margaret at Your Therapy Source | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest
Christie at Mama OT | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest
Lauren and Claire at The Inspired Treehouse | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest
Functional Skills of Childhood series begins January 20th!
Our first post where we dissect a function of childhood goes live on January 20th.  Be sure to stop back then so you can see all of the links related to our first topic!
This page will be updated each month.  You will be able to see each childhood function as they are posted each month, and have easy access to getting all the information you need for each functional area. This is going to be an fun series and I’m excited to share it with you!

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