Tips for Story Time

Tips for Story Time

By Beth Horton
Story time may seem like a breeze - but as an SLP, I can give you some ways to make sure that your child (and you!) are getting the most out of this time! ...
5 Things I Wish I'd Known as a New PT

5 Things I Wish I'd Known as a New PT

By Karen McBrayer
Starting out on your new career is exciting and sometimes overwhelming.  During my career so far, I have had the pleasure of working in three different settings, and have learned a lot through experience along the way.  Here are my top 5 tips for new graduates:       ...
Why is Messy Play Important?

Why is Messy Play Important?

By Cassie Swihart
Messy play is a fun, exploratory way to provide your child with engaging sensory experiences. ...
Exercises to Help Your Child With Speech Delay

Exercises to Help Your Child With Speech Delay

By Rachel Hinson
Bringing your child to Speech Therapy and actively participating is wonderful - but what can you be doing at home if your little one has a speech delay? Here are a few things to try: ...
Gross Motor Milestones

Gross Motor Milestones

By Karen McBrayer
Do you wonder if your child is meeting their gross motor milestones?  ...
Sensory Hacks for Small Spaces

Sensory Hacks for Small Spaces

By Kasey Carpenter
Do you have big dreams for a sensory room extravaganza, but your house or apartment is too small? No fears, because here is a list of how you can turn any small space into a sensory-friendly space! ...
Great Apps for Late Talkers

Great Apps for Late Talkers

By Jan Ferguson
When I’m looking for great apps for late talkers, I have three criteria: picture quality (real pictures are better than cartoon images for learning), sound/music, and simplicity. The app store can be overwhelming with all the great options that you have right there at your...
Living With a Brother or Sister With Special Needs

Living With a Brother or Sister With Special Needs

By Tara Smith
Being a parent of a child with special needs can be hard. Not only do you have the expectations of typical everyday life, but you also have to throw in therapies, doctor's visits, and any number of other specialized services. This makes life tough for any parent of a child with...
How to Prepare for Your First Visit With Us

How to Prepare for Your First Visit With Us

By Hannah Wells
Whether it is or isn't your first time visiting a therapy clinic, we know there will be a lot of questions and you may feel uncertain. Here are some things you can do before hand to be prepared to meet us for the first time: ...
5 Things I Wish I'd Known as a New OT

5 Things I Wish I'd Known as a New OT

By Adair Morse
Although I love being an pediatric occupational therapist, I can remember the nerve-racking first day of walking on to my first job as an OT. There is definitely a learning curve for learning the ropes of the OT profession. Here are my top five things I’d wish I had known as a...
How to Encourage Your Child to Talk

How to Encourage Your Child to Talk

By Fran Battles
No matter how your child is developing, here are a few things all parents can do to encourage those little ones to start chatting away! ...
5 Supports for a Wobbly Sitter

5 Supports for a Wobbly Sitter

By Hannah Wells
If your child is starting to attempt to sit by himself, you will quickly learn that he is wobbly and will often topple over. Here are a few different options that will provide some support to your child as he is learning to sit by himself. ...