Finding the Best Therapist for In-Home Therapy for Your Child

Does My Child Need Early Intervention?

Early intervention assists children as they work toward meeting their developmental milestones. Developmental milestones are a variety of motor, speech, emotional, social and cognitive skills that children grow into during the first three to five years of life. In some children these milestones are delayed, developing more slowly than is typical for their age group. Signs that indicate possible delayed

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Solace Celebration: Congratulations on Arielle’s Expanding Vocabulary!

Twice a month, we highlight one of the incredible children we work with. In the last post, we looked at Andrew’s amazing progress in working with his occupational therapists to follow directions. This week, we’re going to highlight a wonderful girl as she expands her vocabulary with one of our therapists. Expanding Vocabulary through Speech Therapy Arielle is expanding her

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Solace Celebration: Andrew's Occupational Therapy

Solace Celebration: Andrew’s Incredible Progress in Occupational Therapy

A few times a month we are taking the opportunity to showcase the milestones and triumphs accomplished by the amazing kids we work with. Previously, we showed how Melia has been learning to crawl and eat with the help of speech and feeding therapy, and this week we want to highlight Andrew who has been meeting his milestones with the

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Solace Celebration: Katianna Smashes Her Speech & Lanuage Therapy Goals!

Twice a month, we are taking time to spotlight the progress and victories our amazing kids are accomplishing! Last time, we got to see how Harrison has been making strides with the help of occupational therapy, and this week we want to introduce you to Katianna who has been smashing her goals with her speech and language therapy! Katianna’s Amazing

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Causes of weak core muscles in toddlers

Causes of Weak Core Muscles in Toddlers: Core Strength Activities for Toddlers

It’s difficult to balance, perform coordinated movements on both sides of the body, sit up straight in a chair, hold a pencil, control scissors, or jump if you don’t have a strong core. We know that decreased core strength commonly contributes to other issues like W-Sitting and delayed motor skill development. The causes of weak core muscles in toddlers are

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