Pass Your Waiting-Room Time with a Game of Therapist’s Office Bingo
If you have a child with special needs, there’s a pretty good chance you’ve done some time in a therapist’s waiting room. Speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy — often our weekend or weekday evening hours are spent in a chair, often with other parents to chat with or compare notes with or be annoyed by. Next time you find yourself bored in a therapist’s office, pull out a printout of the game board below or call it up on your phone. See how long it takes you to hit a row or make a blackout.
For more ideas to pass your waiting room time, read 27 Things to Do in a Waiting Room While Your Child Is in a Therapy Session.