child development

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 »

What to Expect at Your Child’s Well-Child Appointment

Kids grow up so quickly and because your child is growing at a fast pace, it’s important to keep an... 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 »

How Exposure to Domestic Violence Impacts Child Development

Domestic violence in the home affects more than just the immediate victim. If children are present to see and/or hear... Read full post »

Flat Feet: Why Kids Should Go Barefoot This Summer

A flexible, flat foot is considered a part of typical development until a child is 6-years-old. Most infants are born... Read full post »
Recreational Therapy: Give Your Kid a Break!

Recreation Therapy: Give Your Kid a Break!

When was the last time you and your family did something for yourselves that you all enjoyed? Often, it’s easy... Read full post »
Music Therapy: Sounds of Love in Early Childhood

Music Therapy: Sounds of Love in Early Childhood

Believe it or not, your baby thinks your voice sounds better than Beyoncé, Whitney, Elton or Elvis. And, singing to... Read full post »
Caffeine Dduring Pregnancy: Good News for Coffee-Drinking Moms

Caffeine During Pregnancy: Good News for Coffee-Drinking Moms

When you’re pregnant, it seems like everyone has something to say about what you should eat or drink, and it... Read full post »