motor development programs for children

Play is more important than most think

My 'therapist hat' promotes play for children of all ages from a neurological perspective as play encourages development, creativity, and language. My 'parent hat' promotes play as I know how important it is for families to feel connected together each day. My 'inner child hat' loves play because my childhood lacked play so now I'm making up for it!

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I wrote a book to bridge the gap for children with learning difficulties

Too often I would sit in an educator's staff room and hear educators venting their feelings of stress, overwhelm, and frustration after trying to motivate a child with learning difficulties in their classroom. So I wrote a book that explains why some children may not be feeling motivated and what teachers can do to bridge the gap in the classroom so learners can feel inspired and teachers can feel empowered.

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The kids that I help call me the 'play lady'

After years of being a therapist I still love seeing client's faces light up as I bring in my purple wheely bag packed full of play objects, sensory tools, craft supplies, and gross motor activities. 

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Testimonials

'Robyn's webinars are great I love them :) Perfect for my kindergarten class, it was practical and relevant. Easy to access and all at a great price. I will be sharing this with all my co-eds. Thank you for the wonderful webinars, can't wait for the next one! '

Caitlin (teacher)

'I recently attended the Making sense of your senses session run by Robyn and Heather. I highly recommend this to everyone. So informative, thought provoking and I left with so many ideas for working with children.' 

Madelain (teacher)

'Robyn is amazing. She changed my life. My sons behavioural issues were starting to really get to me but Robyn gave us some strategies and tips and overnight we began to see the difference!'

Briony (parent)

Blog posts

3 things every parent needs to know about fine motor skill development

3 things every parent needs to know about fine motor skill development

3 things every parent needs to know about fine motor skill development   1 – Be well informed about the risks of technology With the advancement o...
Top 5 ways to play with your baby

Top 5 ways to play with your baby

Top 5 ways to play with your baby   Share the moment in tummy time When you place your baby in to tummy time position lay down in tummy time t...
The day my son taught me what life is all about

The day my son taught me what life is all about

The day my son taught me what life is all about   I underestimated my own baby's learning and development and when my son was 3 days old my eyes o...

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