As someone who works with kids with ￼disabilities, I am learning DAILY! Not only am I learning more about how to support them as an occupational therapist, but also about myself. January 29th’s Bloganuary prompt is “what is something you learned recently?” I have been learning a lot of things every single day, including things,Continue reading “Learning daily ❤️”
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Finding bravery as an adult
Bloganuary prompt day two is “how are you brave?” I’m just on a pit stop on our drive home from the holidays up North with family and took a look at the prompt. I didn’t expect to be able to write it so quickly, but I have one immediately that came to mind. Something thatContinue reading “Finding bravery as an adult”
My experience working with Sensory Diets : What are they and How can you use one?
Before I get started with this blog, I wanted to link below the blog that I read that inspired the discussion of sensory diets on my blog. Please take a moment to read it, as the writer, Nikita, shares about Wilbarger’s sensory diet program and how the writer uses sensory diets (which I love becauseContinue reading “My experience working with Sensory Diets : What are they and How can you use one?”