Teletherapy gives us convenience and safety in this time of pandemic.   It connects us, parents, to the therapy room of our child thus, making us both learners.  Teletherapy serves as the actual implementation of what our child learned and absorbed during his therapy sessions prior to the pandemic. In our case, teletherapy continues to develop my child’s adaptive skills particularly home skills. He enjoys to learn cooking, housekeeping, helping in doing laundry and maintaining his living space with minimal supervision from us. He appreciates that learning is fun at home.  To date, we consider teletherapy as our much awaited weekly activity.  We prepare his home works together and make sure that we are present and attentive in every session. We are grateful to Teacher Weng for her guidance and for addressing our issues and concerns.  We are looking forward for more skills to be developed as we continue our new normal set-up.  Change is not easy but we will cope.

Every time we go to Trails, we see hope. Hope in every child trying so hard to catch up. Hope in every parent, trying their best to provide what their child needs. Hope in every teacher, trying passionately all the possibilities to help each family.

Trails has been an eye-opener for us that as parents, it is also our part to help our child. Trails also gave us hope and inspiration. We are happy that the positive traits that Trails teachers taught him were used in everyday activities, and helped him improve a lot.

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