The scopes of practice of speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, and physical therapists are quite diverse, and each therapy varies byLearn More
5 Strategies for Parents of Late Talkers
Language is one of the few skills we use all day, every day. Having a child with emerging language skills can be exciting as they acquire new skills,Learn More
What Should My Child Be Doing?
Unsure whether or not your child is behind on doing daily routines? Are they struggling to dress independently? Do they know how toLearn More
How Core Strength Affects More Than Just Posture
What is core strength? Core strength involves abdominal muscles, but it also includes muscles of the back and pelvis. Core strength helps you bendLearn More
Early Intervention and Plagiocephaly and Brachycephaly
Are you concerned about your baby’s head shape? Babies are prone to developing flat spots on their heads because their skull has not fullyLearn More
Toilet Training Tips for Kids
Your typical style and timeline of toilet training may not be suitable for our kids with communication or developmental delays. They may not be ableLearn More
Summer Vacation and Therapy
Hi there, families! Summer vacation is now upon us. I know everyone is ready for getting away for some rest and relaxation after the crazy yearLearn More
Sensory System and YOU! The Proprioceptive System
Ever wonder why your kids are bouncing off the walls and their behaviors are up and down? Their sensory systems are craving some engagement!Learn More
10 Fun Facts About Occupational Therapy
Occupational therapists help people perform daily tasks across their lifespan to live a healthy and happy life. We focus on ‘occupations’Learn More
As many of you know, April is a special month where we raise awareness and acceptance for Autism. It is a great time to celebrate the uniqueness ofLearn More
Does My Child Need Physical Therapy?
Physical therapy helps children gain critical skills related to independent mobility and gross motor functioning. Through the use ofLearn More
Does My Child Need Occupational Therapy?
Occupational therapy helps children develop the skills they need to be successful during play, socialization, activities of daily living, and learningLearn More