We have had the in-home Occupational Therapy services for over 4 months for our daughter, Annie. She has significant trauma-related challenges regulating her emotions, developing properly attached relationships and being appropriate in social situations. On a weekly basis, our OT was in our home teaching both Annie and I rhythmic movement exercises and providing us with sensory tools to address Annie’s challenges. Through our weekly therapy sessions and subsequent support from our OT, my education as a foster parent around the importance of reflex integration and how it can lead to improved daily functioning for our child has been extremely helpful. Annie’s achievement of her occupational therapy goals thus far has been significant. Learning & practicing the neurodevelopmental, rhythmic exercises have become a very powerful tool to facilitate bonding, emotional release and regulation. While we have much more work to do, Annie is experiencing an increase in her ability to function, regulate her emotions and attach. We are so excited as we see the progress!