When things are challenging for our children, it is tough!
We want the things your child needs and wants to do to be completed with more ease and success!
You know both the strengths and the areas that are challenging for your child.
Let's find ways to support your child, and you!
Resources to help you:
Individual occupational therapy assessment and treatment to develop your child's individual goals.
We can help find ways for your day's flow with more ease.
When emotions arise, especially strong emotions we often have a VERY big reaction. Sometimes emotions can be confusing, and sometimes the reaction doesn't seem fit the emotion.
Regulating emotions requires being able to recognize, name and understand our feelings. This is something we are all learning!
Pause. Notice. Name. Respond.
Self regulation or emotional regulation is the ability to maintain or change how we feel, which influences our ability to engage in play, "work" or interacting with others every day. Learning to identify emotions and tools to manage are essential!
Even though the use of technology continues to grow, printing is the primary tool of communication and assessment for students in the classroom. Concerns related to handwriting is one of the fastest growing areas of referral to occupational therapy. Children who struggle with the quality and/or speed of writing are frequently at a disadvantage in the classroom.
There are many well-documented consequences of poor handwriting in research literature including secondary consequences of poor self-esteem and underachieving in school.
Fortunately, there are also many studies which offer strong evidence that structured handwriting instruction leads to improved writing performance, academic success, and improved self-esteem.
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Blooming Abilities (Webinars, Resources, Coaching & Occupational Therapy Services) are located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada on Treaty 1 territory, the ancestral lands of the Aninishinabe, Cree, OjiCree, Dakota, and Dene, and the homeland of the Metis nation. We wish to express gratitude for the source of our water in Shoal Lake 40 First Nation. We are deeply saddened by the harms and mistakes of settlers in the past and have a strong desire to honour all the teachers, elders and knowledge keepers – past, present and emerging and are dedicated to continue to learn, grow and engage in efforts to move towards reconciliation, inclusion and well-being for all. We believe it is vital to heal, grow and thrive in community & in relationship.