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Terri Mauro
BY Terri Mauro

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.

Therapist's Waiting Room Bingo

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.


Terri Mauro

Written on April 26, 2017 by:

Terri Mauro is a former blog manager for Friendship Circle and Parenting Special Needs guide for She is the author of 50 Ways to Support Your Child's Special Education and The Everything Parents Guide to Sensory Processing Disorder. You can read more of her work on her website Mothers With Attitude and listen to her every weekday on the Parenting Roundabout Podcast. Terri has two children with special needs adopted from Russia in 1994.