Language therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy   •   September 15, 2021

The 3 Things To Expect At A Speech & Motor Screening

One of the first times we meet a lot of our wonderful kiddos is at their initial speech and/or motor screening. For families who are new to the world of pediatric therapy, this initial assessment probably comes with a lot of questions.   These quick and easy screenings give our therapists a snapshot of where your […]

Uncategorized   •   September 1, 2021

The Benefits of Joining Extracurricular Activities For Our Kids

During the school year, academics become the spotlight focus of our kid’s day. With their brains working hard to master new skills, perfect existing ones and navigate their day-to-day learning, one of the things they can do to give their brains a break and work on other important skills is participating in extracurricular activities throughout […]

Uncategorized   •   August 18, 2021

The Kindergarten Guide to Going Back to School

Back-to-school is such an exciting time for all our kiddos and for our littlest friends starting Kindergarten, it’s a huge milestone! To help ease them into busier days, we’ve put together a few easy ways to make the transition to Kindergarten as smooth as possible.      Establish Good Routines Before The First Day   […]

Uncategorized   •   August 4, 2021

The 5 Best Ways To Be Ready For Back To School

Back to school is upon us and this time of year can be a little bit crazy! Fitting in the end-of- summer trips, soaking up the last few weeks of lazier days and later nights while also trying to get organized and ready for those first days of school.  To help make the transition a […]

Uncategorized   •   July 21, 2021

Summer Play Series: Social-Emotional Supportive Play

With summer is in full swing, the desire to get a bit lazy, move slower and drop the routine is real! And here’s some great news: you can do all those things AND still work on important social-emotional skills! We’ve got some summer-loving, super fun ideas to have a blast and practice those social skills. […]