Playdough & Bead Christmas Trees This Christmas season, get your kiddos involved in a fun fine motor playdough activity. This is an excellent way to help develop fine motor skills that can also be extended into a math activity. Supplies: Large batch of green playdough Christmas tree cookie cutters Pony beads Rolling pin Step One.. read more →
What to expect Our physical therapy, speech/language therapy, and occupational therapy evaluations incorporate toys, games, and kid friendly activities. The therapist will discuss your concerns, your goals, and your child’s case history (e.g. developmental milestones) during your initial visit. The therapist will observe your child during play and during structured activities that look at specific.. read more →
“Red Flags” That Warrant a Speech, Physical, and/or Occupational Therapy Evaluation Gross Motor: If a child is… Not rolling by 7 months Not pushing up on straight arms, lifting his head and shoulders, by 8 months Not sitting independently by 10 months Not ”commando” crawling (moving across the floor on his belly) by 10 months.. read more →
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Another therapist gave up on my daughter, but Ericka Shuptar did not. She worked with her and now my daughter is making sounds. This is a great place!