Summer Social Groups

Summer Social Groups

Despite the recent weather, summer is just right around the corner. Many parents may be wondering how to keep their children involved with their peers without school. Look no further! Project Play Therapy will be hosting Summer Social Groups!   What is a social group? These groups aim to help children of all ages develop […]

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Five Feeding Therapy Tips to Try at Home

Five Feeding Therapy Tips to Try at Home

Top 5 easiest ways to improve your child’s diet today! By Sarah Keene. Is mealtime consistently the most challenging part of your daily parenting routine? We all face our own version of the inevitable dinner spent debating, often pleading, and occasionally downright begging our child to eat. Despite the trouble, many parents are quicker today […]

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Sensory-Friendly Activities in Nashville

Sensory-Friendly Activities in Nashville

Sensory-sensitive activities in the Nashville area! As a parent of a child with sensory processing disorder or autism spectrum disorder, it can be tough to find activities in the community that won’t overstimulate. Going to the movies, indoor recreation centers, and live performances can be quite the challenge. Thankfully, more businesses are opening their doors […]

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What Does Therapy Look Like?

What Does Therapy Look Like?

Starting a conversation about the power of pediatric therapy: part II What does pediatric therapy actually look like? It can be difficult to find out when many people view therapy in a negative light. Let’s throw the hush-hush culture surrounding therapy out the window! Here at Project Play, we want to be transparent and open […]

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The Power of Pediatric Therapy

The Power of Pediatric Therapy

Starting a conversation about the power of pediatric therapy: part I By Kyle Keene. We certainly live in the golden age of societal advancement. Think about the phone you were using ten years ago, the evolution of communication with friends or even your general outlook on society in comparison to your grandparents. These so-called advancements […]

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Special Needs Parents’ Night Out

Special Needs Parents’ Night Out

When? Tuesday, February 13th - 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM As a part of Project Play Nolensville’s Grand Opening, we are eager to serve the community with a complimentary parents’ night out for special needs children and their siblings! Use this opportunity for an early Valentine’s date or enjoy a restful evening. Hosted and chaperoned by [...]
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Occupational Therapy Activities for the Car

Occupational Therapy Activities for the Car

Project Play’s best pediatric occupational therapy practice activities to do with your kids on the go! After blogging about speech-language activities for the car a few weeks ago, curious parents asked what their kiddos could do to practice occupational therapy goals in the car! Many families leave their pediatric occupational therapy with some sort of homework, […]

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