Uncategorized   •   June 9, 2021

Summer Play Series: 10 OT Supportive Activities For Fun in The Sun

Summer is here! We’re ready for lazier days, sleeping in, family vacations and backyard bbq’s but just because we’re out of the school year routine doesn’t mean we can’t play with a purpose and keep those OT skills strong! We’ve put together 10 super fun, super effective activities to keep your kiddo’s mental and physical […]

Uncategorized   •   May 26, 2021

Targeting Therapy Goals During Bath Time

Fun and Easy Ways to Play With Purpose in The Tub! Bath time is a great opportunity to work on some important and therapy targeted skills. For some kiddos, the bath can be overwhelming and for others it’s a favorite time of day. We’ve put together some awesome activities and ideas for those kids both […]

Uncategorized   •   May 12, 2021

Executive Functioning Skills In Everyday Life

What Is Executive Functioning, Why It Is So Important and How We Can Support Our Kiddos   Executive functioning is a term you may have heard from one of your therapists, in progress meetings with your child’s teachers or when speaking with a doctor or clinician.  The term itself sounds a bit heavy, but Executive […]

Uncategorized   •   April 28, 2021

A Letter to Our Families

To Our Wonderful Families, We know that starting therapy of any kind for your child comes with a whole bunch of emotions – anxiety, excitement, nerves and, maybe, some hope. The beginning of a therapy journey is like stepping out into the unknown and having to put faith and trust in the ability of someone […]

Uncategorized   •   April 14, 2021

Calming Anxiety in Your Middle Schooler

What Anxiety Is, How It Can Affect Your Child & What You Can Do To Help   The term “anxiety” seems to have become a buzzword of sorts in recent years. We talk often of the symptoms of anxiety, effects of anxiety and how to avoid feeling anxiety but we are usually doing so in […]