Welcome to episode 113! Today’s episode is all about the daily tasks that our children complete - activities of daily living (aka ADLs). We discuss the reasons WHY a child might struggle with these tasks as well as our fav tips, tricks, and strategies to help improve success and independence. We also share our fav products that can help make these tasks more motivating!
This episode was sponsored by: Sensory Thera Play Box
*Products talked about during this episode:
To Do - Done! Visual Schedule (downloadable)
Dinner Winner Kid’s Dinner Tray (Amazon)
Spin Meal Plate (Amazon)
8 the Plate (Amazon)
Warheads Sour Spray (Amazon)
Too Tarts Sugar Free Sour Spray (Amazon)
TalkTools Horn Kit (whistles) (Amazon)
Squatty Potty (Amazon)
Vibrating Hair Brush (Amazon)
Head Massager (Amazon)
The Wet Brush (Amazon)
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