Skills That Are Developed From Bike Riding For Special Needs Kids

Skills That Are Developed By Bike Riding For Special Needs Kids Today we’re going to talk about bike riding. We get a lot of questions about bike riding which is great because bike riding is a fantastic skill for many reasons.   Balance   For one thing, riding a bike requires kids to be able… [read more]

After-School Care For Kids With Special Needs

  After-School Care For Kids With Special Needs One topic that’s been on our minds since it’s back to school time is after-school care.    How Often Will You Need Care?   After-school care is a complex topic because it depends on things like how many hours you work, how many days a week you… [read more]

Special Needs Playground in Allen TX

Features of Our Special Needs Playground Our playground is extra special because we designed it just for the needs of our kiddos!    Vestibular Stimulation   My favorite piece is a small, gray seat that looks kind of like a flower. It’s actually a little seat like a bar stool, and it spins. This gives our… [read more]

Grand Opening For Our New Allen TX Location

  Join Us For Our Grand Opening! We are excited to announce that we are officially open in our new location at 900 Junction Drive in Allen, Texas! We want you to join us for our official Grand Opening on Saturday, August 11 from 4:30-7:30!  Our New Address: 900 Junction Dr Allen TX 75013 We’re… [read more]

5 Tips For Getting Through The Airport With a Special Needs Child

Getting Through The Airport With a Special Needs Child I’m back by popular demand! I’ve had a request to talk about a specific topic related to air travel. This is an excellent topic and I wish I’d come up with it myself! But this topic request comes to you from one of our Mansfield parents.… [read more]

Packing Tips For Traveling With a Special Needs Child

Packing Tips For Traveling With a Special Needs Child     I’ve been asked to give my opinion on the top three things you should pack when you travel, whether by air, land or sea.  1. Pack Comfort items.   Bring whatever is reinforcing to your child. Maybe that’s an iPad, or maybe it’s a… [read more]

Cutting Edge Pediatric Therapy Moves To Larger Location

We’re Moving To Our New Location! If you’ve been following our social media for awhile, you know that every Thursday we post our Thursday Therapy Pool Update! We’ve got some big news for you! The building with the therapy pool is ready and we’ll be moving there July 16!    Our New Address   Mark… [read more]

How To Reduce Vacation Stress in Special Needs Kids

  2 Things Parents Can Do To Reduce Vacation Stress Summer can be a stressful time, especially if you’re taking a special needs child on vacation.  One way that we’ve found really helps is to talk over what you’re going to do with your child. We can play with them and pretend to go to… [read more]

How Social Stories Can Relieve Stress in Special Needs Kids

How Social Stories Can Relieve Stress in Special Needs Kids One way we like to help children learn how to cope with stressful situations is by incorporating play.    Before a Doctor/Dentist Visit   For example, if your child is having anxiety about going to the doctor or dentist we can role-play with them and… [read more]