It’s the time of year when families ask, “Do you have any gift ideas for my child?”. Our Occupational Therapist, Abby McKenzie, has compiled a list of fun and helpful games! Enjoy!read more
Joint attention is a key component for language development. It not only allows for individuals to communicate, but also fosters development of social skills. Ryan Hanson M.A., CCC/SLP shares his thoughts on joint attention!read more
Daily routines are perhaps thought of as just ‘maintenance’ activities: meal time, running errands, taking a bath, getting ready for bed. But these day to day activities provide rich opportunities for having fun together, and supporting your child in learning new skills, and new levels of responsibility. Joyce Ravary OTR/L shares some helpful thoughts on the importance of routine!read more
Reading with your child can be tons of fun, especially when you change up the routine a little bit!
Reading goes far beyond the words on the page! Written by Kari Crow, M.Ed., CCC/SLP
New ideas will be added periodically. If there is an area that you would like more information about, let us know!read more
Summer isn’t over yet, but you may be running out of activity ideas. Enjoy trying these ideas from our very own Abby McKenzie, MOT, OTR/L!read more