Whether your child has been referred to Occupational Therapy (OT) by their pediatrician or your wondering if treatment would be beneficial, we welcome you and want you to know a few things about our OT evaluation process. What is within the scope of Occupational Therapy? As pediatric occupational therapists, we are concerned about your child’s […]
Some kids are just shy. However, there are some on the extreme end of shyness, such that it impacts their quality of life. For these kids, talking to others is not just hard, it can also be anxiety-inducing.
We transition a million times a day. For most of this is not a big deal. However, for children who have emotional regulation or developmental concerns transitions can be very disruptive. Transitions come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Small ones may be as simple as changing clothes, coming to dinner or leaving the […]
Taming the Parental Worry Lobe Kindergarten is just 6 months away! Can you believe it? Your little baby will be going off to school! Pull up your boot straps and fasten your seatbelt it’s going to be a wild ride. And before you know it they will be in high school. Trust me it goes […]
Watching the Olympics, gymnasts can be seen flipping, twisting, and jumping in various events. These gymnasts began training at a young age and devoted countless hours to the sport. Before the gym though, many of these gymnasts started classes with their Moms/Dads or to prevent flipping around the house. I fell in love with […]