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Tip of the Week

How can you tell if your child has weak core muscles?

So, how can you tell if your child has weak core muscles? Well, there are many ways in which you can tell. Have a read of the flyer below. There are lots of tips to help too! A simple hand activity can help with handwriting such as playing with play dough. https://youtu.be/cSl1srJ-gBY Even learning to…

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Going back to school after lockdown – anxiety

Going back to school after lockdown – anxiety. One of our parents spoke about this explaining the meltdowns were rearing their ugly head again. Mum said her child had worked really well during lockdown to the point they were excelling in their education. Of course, she is worried about going back but asked if there…

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How to help a child’s pencil grip

This week we’re looking at how to help your child’s pencil grip with items you already have in the house. Why is it important to have a good pencil grip?When holding a pencil or pen correctly, this requires good finger dexterity, strong hand and finger muscles. If a child does not have the correct grip,…

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The fizzy bottle effect in your child

What does the fizzy bottle effect in your child mean? Does your child come home some or most evenings from school and have a total meltdown (or even before school)? Do they say they have a poorly tummy, headache or drag their feet in the mornings? Can they sit and focus on their homework? Are…

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How do blowing bubbles help with development?

There are so many fabulous benefits of blowing bubbles which can be played outdoors or indoors.  A number of different bubble blowing tools are available which makes it even more fun (and not just for the children)! So, how do blowing bubbles help with development we hear you ask? Gross motor – encourages lots of…

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What is Heavy Work?

What is heavy work (proprioceptive work)? Can it help a sensory child who seeks proprioceptive input? Does it help with calming or anxiety?

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Christmas Gift Ideas

Today, our tip of the week is again looking at Christmas gift ideas for vestibular, proprioception, visual perception and motor planning for the children. We have added a little summary about each one to help you. Don’t forget though, you can email or message us any time for a chat about your child.

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