Author – Moira Sullivan, MS, OTR/L, occupational therapist
Kids need to play. In the age of the “tiger Mom” we feel more pressure to teach our kids everything, their success depends on our constant intervention in their lives, or does it? If they play, they will be more creative, if they are more creative now, they will be more innovative later. Innovation is the cornerstone of success.
We all want our children to grow up into successful, happy adults. When I ask parents what they want for their children as adults, the answers I most often hear are good relationships, successful careers, creativity, and resilience. Health Insurance quotes for families here.