Holiday Shopping for Children with Special Needs

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November 19, 2012: For children with special needs, play time can often be therapy -- helping develop fine motor skills, cognative abilities and social skills, not to mention confidence and independence.

In this episode, bloggers and mothers Ellen Seidman of Love that Max (where she's provided a holiday gift guide for 2012) and Jennifer Byde Myers, founder and editor of The Thinking Person’s Guide to Autism and blogger at www.jennyalice.com, discuss their experiences raising children with special needs, including the role of physical therapy in their children's development. Joan Bohmert, PT, MS, provides additional advice, and the panel weighs in with toy buying tips for the holidays.

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To learn more about physical therapy, visit MoveForwardPT.com.



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