Category Archives: Occupational Therapy

How To Sit In School

  • Does your child have difficulty sitting upright in a “crisscross applesauce” position
  • Does your child fidget constantly or have trouble sitting still?
  • Does the teacher complain that your child bumps into peers during circle time at school?

What is low tone?

A child with low tone may appear floppy with loose joints and display poor posture, attention, or alertness.  The child may be late learning to sit and walk, avoid typical childhood outdoor play such as monkey bars, appear cautious engaging in new physical activities, tire easily, or have difficulty with sustained posture in sitting, drawing, and handwriting. Continue reading