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Occupational Therapy App for Kids

The Occupation Therapy App was created to aid pediatric Occupational and Physical Therapists in working with their patients

The Occupation Therapy App was created to aid pediatric Occupational and Physical Therapists in working with their patients

Occupational Therapy App for Kids

by Preferred Mobile Applications, LLC
Occupational Therapy App for Kids
Occupational Therapy App for Kids
Occupational Therapy App for Kids

What is it about?

The Occupation Therapy App was created to aid pediatric Occupational and Physical Therapists in working with their patients.

Occupational Therapy App for Kids

App Details

Version
1.1
Rating
NA
Size
30Mb
Genre
Health & Fitness Education
Last updated
July 7, 2015
Release date
June 10, 2015
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App Screenshots

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App Store Description

The Occupation Therapy App was created to aid pediatric Occupational and Physical Therapists in working with their patients.

The first of its kind, this app helps develop gross motor strength, balance, and coordination using exercises in flash card form, complete with animations. The app contains some total body movements while focusing on shoulder, wrist, elbow, and finger movement.

Tap each picture repeatedly to watch the animation come to life. This app is a fun way to keep your child entertained, engaged, and active! Your child will delight in his or her favorite animations and will want to revisit them over and over again.


50 different exercises to help strength and empower you!

This app compliments our Physical Therapy for Kids App, with a greater focus on upper body movements. Although this app was designed for kids, all ages can enjoy and benefit from these exercises, and stretches.

Features:
Interactive graphics
Vibrant, hand-drawn illustrations and animations
Explanation of every exercise
50 exercises broken up into the following categories: Shoulder, Arm, Wrist and Elbow, Fingers, and Total Body