Any parent needing to do therapy with a child at home knows that sometimes the hardest part of the job is, being creative. Often keeping the child interested in what we want them to do means changing things up. Children often get bored when we ask them to do the same activity with the same items on a daily basis.
TIP: Keep therapy toys, requiring adult supervision, separate. That means keep Olipop Toyshop hearing therapy toys separate from a child’s other toys.
By separating the child’s therapy toys, the ones we play with parents/adults/caregivers/therapists, from their everyday toys, the child is more likely to look forward to playing with the toys and adult.