Uncategorized   •   March 15, 2021

Transitioning From Remote to In Person Learning

Setting Our Kids Up For Success in Uncertain Times To say it’s been a strange school year is probably the ultimate understatement. With so many of our kiddos being bounced between remote learning to hybrid learning to in person learning, this past year has presented a slew of challenges beyond anything we could have foreseen.  […]

Uncategorized   •   March 3, 2021

Creating The Perfect Schedule For Kids At Home

How A Supportive Monthly or Weekly Calendar Is Key To Happy Kids Imagine for a moment that you wake up one morning. You get out of bed, grab a cup of coffee and remember that you have a full schedule of activities, appointments and to-dos but you have no idea what those activities are, who […]

Motor Skills at Home   •   March 2, 2021

Outside Play: Your Winter Activity Guide

Take Therapy Outside With These Fun, Wintertime Activities! We’re in the middle of the snow and cold here in the Midwest and while our first thought isn’t, “Let’s get outside!”, a midday break from the indoor monotony and some outside play can be just what we need!   Photo by Tanya Gorelova on Pexels.com   […]

In-home Therapy   •   February 4, 2021

How to Develop Self-Control in Children

Why Intentional Play Makes All The Difference Change. It’s the one thing you have faced time and time again this past year. And gosh, it’s hard. For you, as a parent and caregiver. And for your kids. You’re feeling it. Exhausted. Fed up. Bone tired. And your child is, too. Acting out. Yelling. Bursting into […]

Speech Therapy   •   February 4, 2021

Building Speech Skills At The Grocery Store

6 Easy, Fun and Purposeful Ways to Skip the Grocery Shopping Drama and Keep Little Minds Engaged Ok, I’ll say it, some chores are just less fun when you have the kids in tow and grocery shopping can definitely be one of those chores.  The idea of dragging unwilling kids through a grocery store makes […]