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kids-and-musical-instrumentsActivities You Can Do At Home
 – From CDI’s Occupational Therapists

Auditory Input
What we hear and is neuroanatomically connected with the vestibular sense.

– Encourage your child to play with musical toys: whistles, party favor blow toys, plastic microphone

–  If a child is fearful of loud noises, let him control the volume on the stereo, exploring soft vs. loud music

–  Use a white noise machine, tabletop rocks-and-water fountain, or aquarium for background sound

[notice]More information: Child Development Institute is available to answer any of your questions about occupational therapy and to listen to your concerns about your child’s development. For more information on Occupation Therapy, email Director of Clinical Services, Tessa Graham or call 818-888-4559.[/notice]