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Aquatic Therapy

Aquatic Therapy is the use of water to support or teach children new skills as they would on land. The water provides 30 times more sensory input than land therapy which directly affects a child’s overall regulation, temperament, and attention to tasks. Children can participate in various skill areas in the water such as: gross motor coordination, motor planning, fine motor control, visual perceptual processing, auditory memory/reasoning, etc.

Due to the hydrodynamics of the water on the body, children with various impairments are more successful affecting motor learning and carryover onto land.

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