The Power Struggle

The Power Struggle

The Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) team discusses the power struggle between adults and children and strategies in assisting with preventing or de-escalating a power struggle situation/scenario.   The Power Struggle We’ve all heard the phrase “choose your...

AAC Carryover in the Home Environment

AAC Carryover in the Home Environment

Our Speech team explains how augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) is a great tool to have and how it carries over in the home environment from a clinical setting.   AAC Carryover in the Home Environment   Augmentative and Alternative...

What Should I Expect From Counseling?

What Should I Expect From Counseling?

Our Counseling team answers some questions regarding how counseling can help you and your family, what it entails, and how it works.   What Should I Expect From Counseling?   Do we solve all your problems? As much as we’d love to be able to wave a magic wand...

Pediatric Foot Myth Busters

Pediatric Foot Myth Busters

Our Physical Therapy team is busting some myths when it comes to pediatric feet! Check it out below!   Pediatric Foot Myth Busters MYTH: “It’s Normal for Children to Have Flat Feet”—It is true and normal for a child to have flat feet (ages 1-6) and all children...

OT Equipment Already in the Home

OT Equipment Already in the Home

The Occupational Therapy team has some fun ideas to incorporate some activities for your child with household furniture and items!   OT Equipment Already in the Home!! Occupational therapy is full of fun equipment, exciting toys, motivating craft projects, and...

The Importance of Timely Insurance Updates

The Importance of Timely Insurance Updates

Our administrative team has put together important reasons to update your insurance in a timely manner.   The Importance of Timely Insurance Updates:   In the healthcare industry, up-to-date insurance information is crucial. A timely update isn't just a...

Holiday Mealtimes with Picky Eaters

Holiday Mealtimes with Picky Eaters

By Riley Broughton, BSE, Speech-Language Pathologist Graduate Student   Holiday Mealtimes with Picky Eaters Mealtimes during the holidays can feel like a lot - not only for you, as the parent, but for your child too. As a parent, you want your child to be...

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