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WESTMINSTER, Maryland — Therafit Rehab, one of the Mid-Atlantic’s premier providers of physical, occupational, and speech therapy for people with neurological conditions or traumatic injuries, today released its latest free report, “5 Tips to Help Kids Master Virtual Learning.” (Click here to download.)

The publication of the report, compiled by Therafit Rehab occupational therapists Hannah Williams, COTA/L, and Brooke Turner, MS OTR/L, comes at a crucial time, as parents and children continue to adjust to government-mandated virtual classes in school jurisdictions across the country. In many cases, the experience has left students struggling and parents frustrated.

“One of the best characteristics of therapy is that some of the benefits can be realized almost immediately,” Justin Gilligan, vice president of Therafit Rehab, said. “Hannah and Brooke have done a great job providing therapeutic, easy-to-implement tips that parents can employ right now to help their children become more focused and independent students at home.”

Williams and Turner frequently treat pediatric patients with occupational therapy, which helps to improve independence with functional activities. They used a sensory approach to develop the guidance for parents in the report, and they present the beneficial tips in an easily consumable format for today’ on-the-go parents.

“5 Tips to Help Kids Master Virtual Learning” represents the seventh free report published by Therafit Rehab. Each is designed to provide immediate assistance to individuals battling a given condition. Click the appropriate button below for more information about this or any of Therafit Rehab’s free reports.

As a healthcare provider (and not a gym), Therafit Rehab always will remain open to treat patients in-clinic, in-home, or via telehealth. Clinics adhere to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) standards and guidelines for facility and equipment sanitation and health, and staff members utilize personal protection equipment while visiting patients in their residences.

Therapy and movement remain essential to boost immune systems and wellness in people with neurological conditions or traumatic injuries. Request a free 15-minute consultation with a therapist at therafitrehab.com/appointment or by calling your local Therafit Rehab.

Therafit Rehab locations include:

Towson
1220A E. Joppa Rd.
Suite 109
Towson, MD 21286
410-415-1992

Westminster
511 Jermor Ln.
Suite 102
Westminster, MD 21157
410-871-2494

Woodlawn
7138 Windsor Blvd.
Baltimore, MD 21244
443-364-8182

Middletown
1275 New Jersey Route 35
Suite 7
Middletown, NJ 07748
732-639-0068

About Therafit Rehab
Therafit Rehab is dedicated to providing specialized, activity-based therapy and fitness programs for children, adults, and seniors with disabilities to rehabilitate them and restore their quality of life. President and owner Gina Della founded Therafit Rehab in 2006 in the basement of her Westminster home. Initially providing care for her brother who suffered a traumatic brain injury and loss of mobility after being struck by a drunk driver in 2002, the company has since expanded to four locations in Maryland and one in Middletown, New Jersey. Learn more about Therafit Rehab at therafitrehab.com and by following @therafitrehab on social media.