Looking for creative ways to play at home. Here are some ideas […]
What is Interoceptive Awareness? Interoception is a sense that provides information about the […]
Your TOUCH sense… Supports the development of the body map. This promotes […]
What Is Occupational Therapy? Occupational Therapy is a client-centered health profession that […]
The Purpose of Play – Play is an essential part of development […]
Why Movement Matters The movement, or vestibular, sense has important far-reaching connections […]
What is Praxis? Praxis is the ability to conceptualize, sequence & execute […]
Handwriting is a complex task that involves many underlying sensory motor foundations […]
Feeding evaluations determine if a child’s feeding skills are atypical and if […]
What is Childhood Apraxia of Speech? Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) is […]
What does OT stand for? OT stands for Occupational Therapy. What is […]
I get questions all the time for toy recommendations. There are so […]
As a speech therapist, one of the most important aspects of my […]
What does AAC stand for? AAC stands for “Augmentative and Alternative Communication”.  […]
What is Stuttering? Stuttering, which is also known as stammering or disfluent […]
Find out about typical language development and if your child is a late talker.
What is teletherapy? Teletherapy is a tool that uses technology, such as […]
What does PROMPT stand for? PROMPT is an acronym that stands for […]
I get calls frequently requesting Myofunctional Therapy for infants after a tongue tie release. Let's take a look at all the acronyms, breakdown what they mean, and discuss what provider and type of therapy is appropriate to seek out after a tongue/lip tie release.
Language learning can be facilitated through simple and effective strategies. Let’s look […]
Have you ever wondered if your child may need feeding therapy? What […]
About Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders Children, teenagers, and adults may suffer from Oromyofuncitonal […]
It is perfectly natural for parents to worry. If they don’t worry […]
It can be nerve-wracking to know what typical development looks like and […]