Hello Flow Family,
Here is part 2 of our 2-part post giving you more information about Flow Occupational Therapy’s Core Values.
As stated in Flow Occupational Therapy’s mission statement, Flow Occupational Therapy was started with two simple, yet powerful goals in mind; to educate & to empower. At Flow Occupational Therapy our core values center around giving you the skills so you can empower the children around you. Just as life changes, so do your and your child's needs. At Flow Occupational Therapy our motto of "moving with the needs of your child" represents exactly that - adapting and changing as the needs of your child and family change. In addition we give you support, education and empowerment in the process.
Educate & Empower – plainly and simply those are two powerful and essential themes for us that guide the decisions Flow Occupational Therapy makes on a daily basis. Flow Occupational Therapy was made to educate you so you can make the best decisions for you, your child, and your family, in addition to giving you the tools so you feel empowered and able to do so.
At Flow Occupational Therapy we realize that life is constantly changing. Things that were a priority in the past and worked in the past may not work or be a priority now. In addition, items that are working now may not always work or be a priority in the future. As life changes so do our needs, wants, and desires – it is the same for our children and others in our families. As lives and needs change, Flow Occupational Therapy will adapt and move with the needs of your child – much like a wave does in the ocean. You might have realized through our logo and webpage that we have a theme here at Flow Occupational Therapy, that has to do with waves and the ocean. A wave was picked as the emblem for Flow Occupational Therapy because a wave is symbolic as it is constantly moving and changing but does not stop. While a wave’s size, direction, and shape may change, it is still moving forward. Flow Occupational Therapy wants to give you the tools, education, knowledge, and empowerment so you can adapt as you and your child’s needs change and continue to move forward.
As always, if you have any specific questions or anything you would like me to write about please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
See you soon!
Michael Jankowski, MS, OTR/L
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