MCHI utilizes PT for kids school readiness

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Children play it safe while learning inportant skills

  • MCHI Ocupational Therapist Kim Eberly (left) helps young Knox Sabata explore his sandy activity. MCHI Occupational Therapist Carla Christenson also encouraged the young Auroran to squish the material between his fingers. News-Register/Cheyenne Rowe
    MCHI Ocupational Therapist Kim Eberly (left) helps young Knox Sabata explore his sandy activity. MCHI Occupational Therapist Carla Christenson also encouraged the young Auroran to squish the material between his fingers. News-Register/Cheyenne Rowe
If one were to have taken a July Wednesday morning drive by Aurora Memorial Community Health’s physical therapy building they might be surprised to find it a buzz with fun music, a handful of excited (mask-wearing) children and a few stations worth of activities Ṫhis pilot group of five and Ṫhis pilot group of five and six year olds, led by Memorial Rehabilitation’s occupational and physical…

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