Movies are a great way to relax and keep the kids entertained during a long Summer holiday. Movie time spent snuggling on the couch can also be a good opportunity for bonding and connection between family members by creating a shared experience and a sense of togetherness. But did you also realize that exposing kids to the right kind of movies can spur cerebral and socioemotional benefits?
Sharing from Clara, mum of 2 children with Special Education Needs
Life is always challenging, ours even more. However, I enjoy it.
April 8, 2022
Dr Will Chien has had an extensive career as an occupational therapist working with children who have physical, developmental or intellectual disabilities and their families both before and while obtaining his PhD from Monash University. He is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and has strong research interests in developing children’s hand skill-related measures.
By Rachel Murphy