CIRCLE GAME: Children in occupational therapist Sarah Brockway’s Dance/Movement Class at Miami Children’s Hospital Doral Outpatient Center learn from the theater- and dance-trained Brockway (center) moves that benefit children with sensory, social, motor planning, coordination and speech/language difficulties.
CIRCLE GAME: Children in occupational therapist Sarah Brockway’s Dance/Movement Class at Miami Children’s Hospital Doral Outpatient Center learn from the theater- and dance-trained Brockway (center) moves that benefit children with sensory, social, motor planning, coordination and speech/language difficulties. Miami Children’s Hospital
CIRCLE GAME: Children in occupational therapist Sarah Brockway’s Dance/Movement Class at Miami Children’s Hospital Doral Outpatient Center learn from the theater- and dance-trained Brockway (center) moves that benefit children with sensory, social, motor planning, coordination and speech/language difficulties. Miami Children’s Hospital

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