From Spectator to Participant: A Father’s Perspective on his Son’s Therapies

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By Michael

As parents, we always want the best for our children, and their well-being is paramount to us. For the past year and a half, I have closely followed my son’s therapy progress through photos and updates from my wife. However, this Christmas break, I had the opportunity to take a week off and be a part of his therapies firsthand.

Being a part of HS’s therapies for a full week was an emotional and eye-opening experience for me. I have always known that my son works hard during therapy sessions, but witnessing it firsthand was truly moving. I saw the love and support he receives from his therapists, who all know him by name and greet him with a smile.

I had the chance to be a part of setting new goals for HG and see the determination and drive he has to achieve them. Even before his 2nd birthday, he understands working towards a goal. I also saw the dedication and commitment of his therapists, who are constantly working to help him improve.

I am extremely grateful for this opportunity as it has given me a deeper understanding and appreciation for HG’s therapies and their impact on his well-being. I am also incredibly thankful for the team at Hogg’s Therapy, who provide such loving and effective care for my son.

This experience has taught me the importance of being actively involved in our children’s therapies, and I encourage other parents to take the time to do so as well. It can be a truly rewarding and enlightening experience.

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