Program helps kids with decreased motor functions

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VALHALLA -

A summer program aimed at helping kids with decreased motor functions is now underway at Blythedale Children's Hospital in Valhalla.

The Upper Extremity summer program runs for six weeks and has made a big difference in the lives of many families.

Occupational therapists use a variety of activities to help the children strengthen and increase motor and sensory input.

The program is in its seventh year and currently runs through Aug. 18.

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