Guilt and Goals


Every parent and therapist has high expectations for the summer months.  Considered “free months”, we tend to forget about vacations, camps, Vacation Bible School, etc.  that fill up those “free months” very quickly.  As your summer is unfolding and you are dealing with priorities of yours, your children, and the therapist, its important to talk with your therapist/tutor to determine what the goals are for the summer months and how these goals will be achieved. Make sure the goals are realistic for your family and your child.  Have FUN activities that will encourage those goals when you go on your trips.  It might be writing daily in a journal to help with handwriting.  Reading maps or signs along the way to help improve reading skills. Don’t forget travel Bingo to help with reading! Try new iPhone APPS!   Learning always continues though it may be in different ways and not in an office!

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