After School

School is back in session! So much excitement; a new classroom, new supplies & backpack, new clothes, a whole new grade and new friends to make. But it can also be a tough transition for some children. Is your child excited about all the possibilities and opportunities or is he having a hard time? Does your child have a rough time adapting to new situations or get overwhelmed easily?

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Safe and Sound Protocol

We often use the Integrated Listening Systems (iLs) sound therapy program with the kids who come to The Children’s Therapy Center, Inc. That is an auditory, vestibular, and ocular-motor program that helps children with a variety of issues that can include poor self-regulation, motor incoordination, sensitivity to sound and delayed speech.

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What is Infant Massage?

In America, infant massage was not a traditional activity or very much thought of until the 1970’s, but elsewhere in the world, it has been a very old tradition ingrained in cultures as a normal part of a child’s upbringing.

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Auditory Sensitivity

People with Sensory Processing Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and others often display certain sensitivities such as to movement, to touch, to taste and frequently to sound.

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Feeding Difficulties

Many of the children we treat have issues with their sensory systems. Some are hypersensitive and some are hyposensitive. Many of our kiddos have a combination of both. Some children have difficulty with tolerating the sensations that come with eating food.

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Teen Transitions

The transition from the young years to becoming an adult and the skills that are necessary for a successful transition. There are some individuals where this may not be possible for one reason or another, whether it be due to physical, cognitive or emotional reasons or any combination of those.

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Speech Therapy and Autism Spectrum Disorder

The month of May is Better Hearing and Speech Month. While I was not able to get this blog out last month, the information is relevant all year round. Our speech therapists work with a wide variety of clients/patients, and this blog is intended to to focus mainly on children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

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Our Special Speech Therapists

Our speech therapists work with a variety of children that have all different kinds of needs and conditions. This article is about the many ways speech therapists are helping children of all kinds as well as some facts you may not have known dealing with speech, language and hearing.

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Caring for the Caretaker

You’ve heard the phrase, “If mama ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy!” or some version of the same. There’s a lot of wisdom in those words, much truth. But let’s not limit ourselves to mothers.

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Potty Training

If you’re anything like me, this is one of those subjects that brings about mixed emotions. We know we need to encourage independence in the bathroom, but it’s not so easy for many of our kids, especially those that are already late in reaching developmental milestones.

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Interactive Metronome

This blog is about what the Interactive Metronome program is about, who it can help and how it works. I come from a position of bias towards this program because I have been using it for years, truly love it and have seen big changes in the people who go through the program.

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Integrated Listening Systems (iLs)

If you have been in our clinic, you may have seen some children or therapists walking around with a fanny pack and headphones on. The Integrated Listening Systems consist of cutting edge technology we are using to help our clients achieve their goals along with other activity, depending on their needs.

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Sleep Wonderful Sleep

We all know how important sleep is. And let’s face it: if your child isn’t sleeping, neither are you. You know how awful you feel when you don’t get your sleep. How about those days after, by some miracle, you actually got a full night of sleep?

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The Importance of Play

Most of us know that children need time to play. What is a child’s “occupation” if not play and learning? But how much unstructured time do they get in their lives? There are magical moments to be had in this unplanned unguided time.

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