Early developmental skills are like building a house. The foundation needs to be poured before the framing for the walls goes up, and the first-floor structure must be built before you can add a second floor. Also just like a house, not everything will go perfectly.
There are lots of great ways to incorporate working on speech and language skills all while enjoying the great outdoors during the fall months.
You may be one of those people who tries to do it all on your own, but you just can’t do everything all the time and you don’t need to! Here are five suggestions to keep your superhero powers intact.
Neuroplasticity refers to the brain’s ability to continue to form new pathways throughout our lives. One way to retrain the brain is through listening therapy.
Many parents have concerns about, and spend hours battling with their children over, screen time – and for good reason.
Spring is here and now is a great time to take your kids outside. Outdoor activities encourage your child to take risks, solve problems, and explore independently, and promote sensory, social, cognitive, and motor challenges.
Play-dough has been around for ages and is a near-universal childhood toy. As an adult, even I love to knead and roll the stuff! But as much fun as play-dough is, it’s also a great choice for kids with delays…
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14…15! Do you remember what was happening fifteen years ago? Here are some facts to refresh your memory: 1. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of…