Michele Dausman, Occupational Therapist at Oakwood
I would not be saying anything new to remark that these are unusual and challenging times. In my own family, we have worked to be mindful in establishing new routines, to try new and creative cooking options, to stay safe, and even to make sure that we still like each other from day to day--there are a lot of “together” minutes! In addition to all of that, we are working from home, and teaching from home, and learning from home. Though valuable, this amounts to a great deal of sitting/screen time.