Benefits of Co-Treatments 

When it comes to therapy, whether that be occupational therapy, physical therapy, or speech therapy, quantity does not always beat quality. Co-treatments between disciplines could be more beneficial than individual therapy sessions. Depending on your child’s goals, attention, transitions, and sensory processing need A co-treatment is when two different disciplines provided treatment simultaneously. 

There are many benefits of co-treatments between disciplines, here are just a few: 

  • Generalize skills to different environments, contexts, and communication 
  • Assist in supporting child’s needs
  • Create more opportunities to practice goals 
  • Increase organization and attention to therapy sessions 
  • Maximize therapy session 

If you have questions or concerns about co-treatments sessions for your child, please do not hesitate to reach out. 

Pop The Pig 

Skills to target with this activity are: 

  • Bilateral motor coordination 
  • Color identification 
  • Turn taking 
  • Counting 
  • Hand strength 
  • Core strengthening 
  • Proprioceptive input 

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