The Infant-Toddler Room (Clinic 2)
The infant-toddler room is painted colorfully and organized in a manner that allows children to be presented with unique challenges. This allows therapists to create a variety of exercises and activities specific to each child.
Addressing Therapy Needs
There are many toys and tools therapists use to work with children, and each is chosen to specifically address visual motor, auditory, sensory or self-calming needs. The abundance of tools allows therapists to create a unique method of accomplishing each child’s goal.
Some of the tools therapists use to create a unique and challenging experience include:
- Ramp and scooter boards (including the “car wash”)
- Suspended equipment
- Vertical and horizontal climbing frame
- Platform swings
- Toddler-sized pillow pit
- Climbing platform reaching lower cloud swings
Although the room is a favorite of children ages 1-4, the flexibility of its design allows us to use it for older children as well.