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Activities You Can Do At Home
 – From CDI’s Occupational Therapists

Monkey BarsVestibular Input
The sense of movement, centered in the inner ear, can be obtained by spinning and swinging, and to a lesser extent, any type of movement.

 – Swing on playground swings, trying various types of swings and movements, such as front and back and side to side

 – Spin on a Sit n’ Spin or office chair                            

 – Hold your child’s arm and legs and spin him around like an airplane

 – Hang upside down from monkey bars    

 – Roll down a grassy hill

 – Run in circles

[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]