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Work on Speech, Language and Motor Skills With This Fun Halloween Craft!

Crafts enable children to be creative and gain a sense of achievement, while also working on important speech, language, and motor skills. Incorporate skills learned in therapy using this Paper Jack O’ Lantern craft idea.

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Happy Halloween from Kid’s Creek!

All of us here at Kid’s Creek Therapy have had a great time over the past week as we’ve celebrated one of our favorite holidays! For eight days, we’ve spotted nerds, geeks, athletes, heroes, and villains in the clinic, and

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How to Use an AAC Device at Halloween

Does your child use an AAC or communication device? Halloween is a popular holiday for many children, and there’s no reason why kids with AAC devices can’t participate fully in the fun! First, you’ll want to program some key Halloween

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How-To: Social Stories and Halloween

New situations can cause anxiety for some children, causing them to behave inappropriately. Many parents have asked me for help because their child wouldn’t stay buckled in the car, would behave appropriately in a store, or struggled at a birthday party. One of

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Dress-Up Week, Scary Stories, and Using Your Imagination

It’s “Dress Up Week” at Kid’s Creek Therapy! Monday was Hat Day and Tuesday was Princess, Prince, or Pirate Day! Today we’re asking our kids to dress to support their favorite team, and on Thursday and Friday we’ll finish up

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