Occupational therapists (OTs) work on fine motor skills as part of their job. This week I am excited to welcome Jill Loftus, MS, OTR/L as a guest blogger for Tandem Speech Therapy. She is the owner of Honest Occupational Therapy in Denver, CO.
Fine motor skills are the small movements of the hands and fingers that are necessary for every task that a child completes–from play to handwriting/coloring/drawing, to managing clothing fasteners, to picking up toys and objects.
Want to learn how speech therapy & occupational therapy can make a difference for your child?
Start Playing With Purpose
Learn how to purposefully and intentionally interact with your child during play and help them increase opportunities for speech and language development with our Playing with Purpose book!