Window Rings: for Reaching, Crossing midline and Trunk Rotation

RecyclingOTPublished: October 27, 2018Updated: October 29, 201826 views
Published: October 27, 2018Updated: October 29, 2018

These "rings" are cut from round containers and are open-ended so that they can be attached to or pulled off suspended cord or a tube.

Many of my clients are sedentary and this is a great way to encourage standing, reaching, crossing midline, trunk rotation and if possible walking from one part of the room to another to retrieve more materials.

Notice that I used a lot of verbal cues with one client and nonverbal cues with the other. We all learn and follow directions in different ways!

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