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...

Toe Walking and Exercises to Try at Home

Toe Walking and Exercises to Try at Home

By Heather Cruz, SPT Graduate Student   Toe Walking and Exercises to Try at Home Toe walking is defined as walking on the balls of the feet or on the toes, where the heel never contacts the ground. This is a typical pattern of walking as children are learning...

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...

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