Do you have trouble putting your child to sleep?

Maybe you could use the help of an occupational therapist. Bedtime problems and frequent night walking’s are very common in young children. Roughly 20%-30% of infants, toddlers and preschoolers have trouble getting the amount of sleep they need for their

Occupational therapists: How can they help the development of your child?

The role of the Occupational therapist is to help children attain or salvage the skills they need to perform their activities of daily living or occupations. For example, when a child shows delays in achieving certain milestones such as eating,