Therapy

Getting Kids Ready for Kindergarten Screening with Occupational Therapy

Entering kindergarten signifies a child’s first exposure to a formal classroom setting. It is essential for children to begin kindergarten... Read full post »

Therapy After Trauma: What to Expect

If you have, or know, a child who has been exposed to trauma, it’s important to seek out appropriate treatment... Read full post »

Autism Diagnosis: A Parent’s Perspective

Today is World Autism Day. Today, and every day, my world is autism. The first time a doctor mentioned autism... Read full post »

Sight Words: Are They Necessary to Teach Your Child to Read?

They have been called Fry, Dolch, high frequency and common words. Regardless of their name, the English language is based... Read full post »

Kids and Pain: Treatment and Care After Surgery

After a surgical procedure, a person is often told to take a pill every few hours to feel better. According... Read full post »

Chronic Swelling: Lymphedema Defined

The lymphatic system is an intricate system of vessels in the body that drains fluid – lymph – from the... Read full post »

Why Crawling is Important for Your Baby

Crawling provides many great experiences for your child and helps develop and strengthen other areas. If you haven’t noticed your... Read full post »

Complementary and Alternative Medicine

Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) interventions are health care approaches developed outside of mainstream-Western, or conventional, medicine. Used together with... Read full post »