I think I have found one of his most favorite spots this week.
Put him on his swing with his headphones on and I have one happy little boy. Now if I could figure out how to incorporate both of those with the pool....then we'd be in heaven!
What pieces of equipment do you have for your child? Or better yet, how to do mesh it all into your daily routines? I don't know about you guys but I have a hard time being able to get everything I'm suppose to do into one day without it seeming like a constant therapy session. An example for you, we're suppose to stretch his legs to make sure they don't tighten up at least a couple times a day, he should go in his stander for at least an hour a day, he should have his leg braces and his hand braces on for a better part of the day too. He is also suppose to wear his leg braces at night too. We should also make sure he gets in some walking in the walker. Also some floor time (tummy time), also some weight bearing on his arms. We should be doing the iGallop too but this is something we don't use much and I kick myself for not finding the time. Could also be doing more in his power chair to prevent crashing, so, "drivers training" so to speak.
All of this on top of him getting fed multiple times, and going to outside therapy six times a week. Plus I should really incorporate some fun time right? Sometimes there seems to be so much to do and not enough time. Then the guilt starts to set in about NOT doing enough. That perhaps if I did more, he would be able to walk or sit up, or maybe even be able to talk more. Oh, I over analyze everything....the what ifs.
What does your daily schedule look like and tell me how you manage it all.