Social Media and Internet Safety

Social Media and Internet Safety

By Janelle Rodriguez, OTD Graduate Student   Social Media and Internet Safety Technology is constantly evolving and staying in touch with friends and family through social media has never been more prevalent. There is limited research on Internet and social media...
Educational vs. Medical Model

Educational vs. Medical Model

We have put together some helpful information on therapy under the educational and medical models.   A common concern for families is whether their child should obtain therapy services at school, at home, or in an outpatient medical facility. Additionally, if an...
How to Condition Reinforcers

How to Condition Reinforcers

The ABA team shares some helpful tips on how to condition reinforcers for your child.   A common concern with families is how to expand their kids interests. Expanding interests is important for people to connect with other’s interests, increase options when...
Yoga for Babies and Special Needs Children

Yoga for Babies and Special Needs Children

The Physical Therapy team has put together helpful tips and benefits of yoga for babies and special needs children.   “What Is Yoga” To Unite To Come Together To Tie the Strands of the Mind Together Acting in such a way that all of our attention is directed...
Why do we need to remember 90-90-90 for eating?

Why do we need to remember 90-90-90 for eating?

The Speech Therapy team has put together helpful reasons as to why the 90-90-90 method of eating is best.   When you are eating on the couch, in the car, or even in bed, have you ever noticed that you spill, cough, or even find eating more effortful? A big reason...
What is the Best Seat for my Baby

What is the Best Seat for my Baby

The Physical Therapy team has put together some helpful tips on which seat is best for your baby.   Every parent needs a seat or container they can put their child in and feel secure knowing that they will provide optimal stability and safety. Choosing the best...
Taking Off the Pressure at Mealtimes

Taking Off the Pressure at Mealtimes

The Speech Therapy team shares some pointers on mealtimes and eating. Did you know that encouraging your child to eat and worrying about what your child is eating (or not eating!) can actually lead to more picky eating? It’s natural for parents to be concerned about...
Fine Motor Activities to Try at Home

Fine Motor Activities to Try at Home

The Occupational Therapy team has put together a list of fine motor activities to try out at home. Completing these activities can help carryover skills they are learning in the clinic. Manipulating Play Doh   Build ”breakfast foods”: make an egg, flatten to a...