Common Mistakes Parents Make With Occupational Therapy

Common Mistakes Parents Make With Occupational Therapy It’s my annual email to remind you of all the things my therapists want me to remind you of! We know you don’t usually have the opportunity to sit and chat with our therapists for hours to review things, so I took...

Tips For Visiting The Dentist With a Special Needs Child

Visiting The Dentist With a Special Needs Child By popular demand, I want to talk to you about going to the dentist. Many, many people have asked us about the dentist. I don’t know why so many people consider the dentist a horrible place to go. It’s actually a great...

Why Your Child Needs To See Multiple Occupational Therapists

Our Flexibility Model: One topic I haven’t addressed it in a while is our flexibility model. Now, you’re probably wondering, “What’s a flexibility model?” Well, we’re unique in the way we approach our treatment. Traditionally, clinics assign a therapist to your child,...

The Consistency of Our Occupational Therapy Offices

The Importance of Consistency In Our Offices Our Locations One thing you might not know about Cutting Edge is that we strive for consistency between all of our locations. We have three locations, one in Allen, one in Mansfield which is in the Fort Worth area, and one...

New Year’s Eve With Special Needs Children

  We can’t believe this year is coming to an end, and we’re starting a new year! I hope everybody had a happy holiday, and we have lots of hopes and dreams for great things to happen in the future for everyone. Here at Cutting Edge, we’ll be having lots of...

How Grandparents Can Help Special Needs Grandchildren

How To Best Help Your Parents One topic we’ve had multiple requests to talk about is working with grandparents. We love our grandparents! I can tell you my parents were an absolute godsend when my kids were younger and I had to work, and they were sick. That being...

Stress-Relieving Tips For Christmas Break

How To Relieve Stress During Christmas Break You might have noticed that our waiting room isn’t overly decorated for Christmas. We’d love to decorate it with things for the holidays, but we don’t because we realize that with smaller children in here, and children with...

4 Things To Consider Before Christmas Arrives

4 Things To Consider Before Christmas Arrives

  Holidays for Kids with Special Needs We want to take this opportunity to remind you that we’re coming up on a break, and a break means a change in schedule. Many of your kids will not be going to school over the break, so we need to think about how we can best...

Haircut Tips For Kids With Special Needs

One thing parents have asked us about recently is haircuts. Getting a haircut is a very sensory experience. Often a parent who recognizes that their child might have some sort of sensory issue talks about what a nightmare it is to get their child’s hair cut. There are...

Therapy with a purpose – it's imitated, but not replicated.