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Cooking

Cooking 

 

Cooking sessions have great therapeutic value in many ways - physically, cognitively, socially and interpersonally. Physically, cooking requires good movement in shoulders, fingers, wrists, elbow, neck, as well as good overall balance as well as muscle strength in upper limbs for lifting, mixing, cutting and chopping. Cooking encourages creativity and expression making children feel good about themselves because it’s a way for them to nurture others in a socially active way. 

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