Do you have concerns about your child’s handwriting? Does he or she have trouble with shoe tying, drawing and other fine motor skills?
Akron Children’s Hospital is offering a Summer Occupational Therapy Program now through August for school-age children who could benefit from weekly, individual therapy sessions.
“The school year is so busy for children and we have found summer to be a great time to address concerns that parents, teachers and physicians may have about a child’s fine motor skills,” says Mona True, director of Occupational Therapy for Akron Children’s.
The program is based on medical need so children will require a prescription from their pediatrician or primary care physician to receive an evaluation and enter the program.
For more information, call the Occupational Therapy department at 330-543-8257.
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