Occupational Therapy -> Balance -> Sitting

Sitting

Sitting balance is important for safety (to avoid falling and to protect body structures) and can impact an individual’s attention to a task. Occupational therapists address sitting balance at all stages of life to improve an individual’s independence completing activities like sitting while tying a shoe, learning in class, sitting at the dinner table, etc.

Resources

  • Draw a Ladybug Resource preview

    Draw a Ladybug Resource

    Virginia Ingram CCC-SLP

    Use this resource to draw a ladybug. Drawing and visuospatial skills are important foundational skills for handwriting.

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