How Does Feeding Relate to Sensory Issues?

This is a continuation of our series on feeding and sensory issues.  Many times parents will tell us that a child doesn’t seem to have any sensory issues, but then goes on to say that he only likes to eat five items. Did you know that a limited diet is often a...

Why We Recommend Craniosacral Therapy For Children With Special Needs

We recently discussed the benefits of craniosacral therapy. Now let’s talk about why we recommend craniosacral therapy and/or manual muscle therapy. There are eight different sensory systems in the body. First there are the tactile, vestibular, proprioceptive, and...

Sleep Tips For Kids With Special Needs

One thing that is often a concern with our sensory kids, and kids on the spectrum, is sleeping patterns. They just don’t sleep! Or, they wake up in the middle of the night. These two issues are very common.  Why your child may have trouble falling asleep: Sleep can be...

Developmental Milestones Infants Should Achieve

Today we’re going to talk about developmental milestones infants should achieve. What is a developmental milestone? A developmental milestone is a set of abilities that the child is expected to achieve by a certain age. This set of abilities includes: Physical...

Why Sensory Issues Cause Feeding Issues

By popular demand, we’ve been asked to do a series on feeding.  When we assess kids for sensory issues, we find that feeding and food intake is a huge issue.  This is not surprising, because if you have sensory issues in your body you probably have them in your mouth...

Outdoor Activities For Kids With Special Needs

It’s spring! Have you been enjoying the nice, sunny weather? We often get asked about sensory-friendly outdoor activities. It’s really not as complicated as you might think. Many of the things we do with our typically-developing kids are also great to do with our kids...

Common Vision Issues With Special Needs Children

Often our clients come in and have questions related to vision. They notice that their kids have trouble with things like catching a ball—they may close their eyes and shy away from it, or it will be obvious that they’re having trouble tracking it.  Handwriting Or,...

The Benefits of Craniosacral Therapy

Today we’d like to tell you about the benefits of craniosacral therapy. Craniosacral therapy is a gentle, hands-on approach that releases tensions deep in the body to relieve pain and dysfunction and improve whole-body health and performance. Relieves tension We use...

Physical Therapy Services in Katy TX

We want to let you all know a little bit about what we do as a physical therapy facility as well as an occupational therapy facility.  A lot of the clients we see in physical therapy can be as small as a few months old. Sometimes babies are born with a condition...

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