How We Play at InterPlay
Play is a child’s work. It is through play that children can be engaged to interact with their environments, be motivated to challenge themselves, and participate in activities that will help them to perceive and respond to their environment.
We use to play as a mean to achieve our goals … However, the process is very complex and interactive, with the therapist identifying specific sensory needs. The therapist is constantly adapting activities, presenting new challenges for the child, and integrating these activities with the child’s interests and self drives in mind. Through this process the child is then set up for improvements with self-regulation, postural control, praxis and sequencing, eye/hand coordination, fine motor skill development, social and emotional development, and academic learning.
Our Clients Have Experienced
- Increased sensori-motor skills needed to actively explore the environment
- Improved self regulatory skills to cope with daily challenges
- Enhanced social competence
- Increased self confidence
- Improved participation in daily occupations
- Improved academic achievement
- Improved participation on age appropriate occupations