OT In Your Homeschool

Hey, homeschoolers! You may be like me and wonder exactly what occupational therapy is and how it can be of benefit in your homeschool. In this episode, I interview Sarah Collins. I think you’re going to love her!
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In this interview on homeschooling OT, Sarah and I discussed:

*what OT is and how it relates to homeschooling *how to know when to seek out OT *how to find an OT *how to advocate for your child with an OT an other professionals

Conclusion

Find Sarah on Facebook and Instagram or email her at sarah at homeschoolOT.com. Join me next time as we discuss how to make your homeschool a heck-yes. Have a happy homeschool week!

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