The OT and/or PT at your child's school will be able to give you individualized assistance in how to best create a program that will suit you and your child. Picture boards, assistance rods or wands and slow speed videos are examples of tangible tools that can help. Using these tools is a great start and often very effective but the most important thing to remember is to encourage your child to do as much as possible for themselves without your help. This will take time and lots of patience but the pay off will be a stronger and more independent child.
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