First hand experience

There is something to be said about letting children get their hands dirty and participate in the day-to-day chores around the house. Let your child join you in activities like cutting fruit and vegetables, cooking and cleaning, and feeding the pets. Children make all sorts of co ..

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The Unthinkables

Often times, the volunteers that come to TimberNook camps are surprised at what we let the children do. These are usually occupational therapy students. “You let them climb trees?” They ask Angela, astonished. “Yes, absolutely. Do occupational therapists ..

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