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July 20, 2016

Don’t Take Our Word For It: Occupational Therapist Pomp & Circumstance

Posted by: childandfamily

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Jessica Hoffarth, MS, OTR/L is an occupational therapist at the Midtown office of Child and Family Development.  

Earlier this summer, a discharged client shared this adorable photo and message about their son:   

“Look who’s graduating from preschool! He is doing great! He only receives speech therapy at school and no longer qualifies for OT! He’s writing and going to a regular kinder class. Thank you for giving him such a wonderful foundation when he was a toddler. I think he was about 20 months old when he started OT? You were a huge part of his success. He has come such a long way from running around in circles and not talking.”

“He has surpassed every goal that has been set for him and we are so proud of him. Now we just need to work on teaching him to tie his shoes! I guess that will be our summer project. Ha!”

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