With Thanksgiving arriving this month, what better time to talk about all things FOOD. It’s the time of year to celebrate the season and holidays by preparing food, eating food, and then preparing even more food! It’s a happy time for some, but being around new foods, sights, and smells may be stressful for others. We’ve compiled a list from some of our past blogs and social media posts with information on feeding challenges as well as fun ideas to engage with food to increase your child’s tolerance of foods.
Did your child used to eat anything you served them as a baby, but now as a toddler, they’ll only eat a handful of foods? Read more to learn whether your child is a picky eater or a problem feeder and how Skills 4 Life can help.
Brushing teeth is an essential task for everyone to complete at least two times each day. However, it may be the least favorite part of the day for many children. If your child shows strong reactions to brushing teeth, like gagging, try some of these tips to make it a more tolerable experience!
This summer is the perfect time to get outdoors. Here are 10 summer activities you can do with your kids while maintaining social distancing and enjoying the beauty of Boulder and Denver!
Skills 4 Life Pediatric Occupational Therapy provides online services for CO residents. We’re also offering a new session just for parents as they navigate the challenges of this pandemic. Learn more now!
Time management is a challenge for everyone. Read more for some helpful tools and tips to help your students master basic time management strategies!
We hope you and your family are staying healthy and safe and finding new ways to enjoy your time together. While we don’t yet know what school is going to look like this semester, we know that your kids must have excellent organizational systems in place to be successful.
Check out of our list of top school supplies to create a simple, unified system for students in middle and high school.