As a mom I knew deep down there was a problem with my son once he started nursery school and was finding it very difficult to write his name, everyone around me made me feel as if I was being neurotic, I discussed my concerns at every parent evening during his Reception year, he could write most letters and numbers the wrong way around- but his teacher didn’t seem to think this was much of an issue. At the end of reception he had a project to do in the holiday- at this point I absolutely lost the plot and found myself screaming and being so angry and frustrated at my son, the school but to be honest mostly at myself for not taking action sooner- and if I carried on trying to address the issue myself- I would damage my relationship with my son for life. Muzzi to the rescue! Muzzi had started working with my nephew a few months before this, and came highly recommended by my sister. Benjamin due to his hypermobility has huge issues with core stability, balance and fine motor skills and also had a huge issue with organising a task- so when given any new puzzle, task or game, didn’t know where to start. Muzzi has systematically improved his ability to organise tasks in innovative ways, worked on his core strength and proprioception using simple yet affective exercises. And his fine motor strength and skills have improved dramatically, the foundations have finally been laid properly and now they are working on his writing. I think OT has become one of the highlights of Benjamin’s week, it is a fun and secure and loving environment and has given him so much more confidence.