We offer a variety of one-on-one summer sessions for kids at our location in St. Louis. If you’d like a formal assessment, please schedule an evaluation visit with us.
These sessions use the social thinking program designed by Michelle Garcia Winner. These classes will focus on developing peer relationships, cooperative play, turn-taking, getting along with peers, and greeting new friends. This summer class gives your child the opportunity to interact with peers while learning how to meet and greet peers, taking turns, getting along with peers, and responsibility for one’s action. This class will give the children opportunities to play on various pieces of equipment, play as a group in messy activities, construct, and participate in obstacle courses. The therapist will be using the Social Thinking curriculum.
We will focus on learning and writing the alphabet, following directions, and getting along with a group.
Fine Motor Fitness
The ideal age for the Fine Motor Fitness sessions is 3 to 5 years. We focus on pencil grasp, finger strengthening, and cutting skills.
This session is designed for children who have difficulty with using their small motor skills. Each class will begin with a warm-up involving an obstacle course, jumping on our trampoline, or climbing our rock wall. Then we will participate in strengthening our fingers by playing with putty, play-doh, etc. We will end with your child working on their grasp by engaging in some type of activity whether it be feeding the caterpillar, and/or art project.
Children will develop appropriate fine motor skills to help them succeed with handwriting skills.