In-home Therapy, Speech Therapy   •   January 12, 2021

Back to the Beginning….

Hi All!  Katie here. Happy New Year! I could use this new blog post to reflect on all that we encountered in 2020, but I think we have all heard enough of 2020, right?!? As the new year begins and we approach our 9th year in business, we have set out to tackle some big, […]

Speech Therapy   •   August 19, 2020

Sneak in Speech and Language Therapy into Fun Games

Spot it! Is an easy to use game that involves circular cards that has 8 different pictures on it. Each card has a different set of pictures, so no 2 cards ever look the same. There are different ways to play, but the basic way to play has 2-3 players each place a card down. […]

Speech Therapy   •   July 3, 2020

Using Games as Reinforcers For Speech Therapy In Home

“Wooden magnetic fishing game” is the name of a wooden play set that involves 2 fishing poles and several wooden fish. The object of the game is to use your fishing pole to to catch the fish off the ground. This game can have 1 player who can catch all the fish or multiple players […]

language therapy, Speech Therapy   •   June 26, 2020

Build Communication Skills through Fun Games with Pediatric Therapy at Home

Describing is being able to explain that a banana is a yellow, long fruit that can be peeled, cut, and eaten. Categorization is being able to group things together in multiple ways. It’s saying that bananas, apples, and cherries are fruits or a banana, a pineapple, and a lemon are all things that are yellow, […]

Speech Therapy   •   June 5, 2020

Core strength in young children

Have you noticed that your child sits with their legs in a “W” position? Or that your toddler struggles with kicking a ball or climbing the stairs? All of these issues can be related to core weakness. When a child’s abdominal, gluteal, and/or latissimus dorsi muscles are not as strong as they should be, he […]