AAC Device FAQs

AAC Device FAQs

Today is World Voice Day! We at Project Play want to celebrate all the different ways a person is able to express themselves. One of those ways is through AAC. AAC allows children who are not able to talk to use something else to communicate with those around them. We believe that every child has […]

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All About W sitting

All About W sitting

Let’s Talk About W Sitting W sitting is a hot topic among the therapy and medical community. We hope at  Project Play Therapy we can provide you with the information you need to provide the best  care for your children. Here we will talk a little about what “W Sitting” is, signs that there could  […]

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Using Music for Transitions

Using Music for Transitions

It’s time to transition… Transitions can be difficult for kids of all ages. It can be hard to transition from one task to another, between classes, and especially from favorite activities to things that might not be as preferred, like from play time to their bedtime routine. Music can be a helpful tool for making […]

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Autism Awareness Day

Autism Awareness Day

Autism Awareness Day Today is World Autism Awareness Day — a day to spread awareness and acceptance for people with Autism!   Each day, our therapists live out our mission statement that “Our job is to help others see and celebrate each child’s unique gifts. We open doors by fostering opportunities for growth and independence… […]

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Learning Through Play: Toys that Develop Speech and Language Skills

Learning Through Play: Toys that Develop Speech and Language Skills

It is time to play! Play allows children to learn about themselves and the world around them in a naturalistic manner. It develops problem-solving skills, strengthens motor movements, nourishes emotional regulation and development, as well as facilitates sharing, imitation, and imagination.  Toys, activities, and games provide motivating opportunities to create growth, apply familiar information, and […]

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