Improving Kindergarten Movement, Sensory Motor Skills and Attention in Your Classroom
Occupational therapy is the best way to improve sensory motor skills. However, private occupational services often prove to be a large financial and time commitment for families. Occupational therapy in kindergarten is provided only to students who are found eligible through special testing but often, this is not yet in place for students just beginning school. And for those children who do receive therapy this way, it is often not enough and services are not provided to the rest of the class.
CoordiKindy, however, is available by way of a novel delivery method. Through online videos, occupational therapy can be implemented in any Kindergarten classroom so all students can benefit. Students who require additional therapy each week and those not eligible at all instantly have access to the exercises and training their bodies crave. Best of all – it requires no prior training for teachers! You’ll receive everything you need to know when you sign up and CoordiKindy requires no preparations or planning on your part.