Happy Father’s Day!

Happy Father’s Day!

Happy Father’s Day to all the incredible dads and grandfathers out there who support their children in achieving their goals. We appreciate being able to partner with you, and love seeing your excitement when your children reach their next milestone. Thank you for your commitment to helping your child reach their fullest potential. We hope […]

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We’re Hiring!

We’re Hiring!

Project Play Therapy is hiring for a Lead Speech Language Pathologist to lead our team of school-based SLPs. If you are interested in the position, or know someone who would be a great fit – we would love to hear from you. Candidates should meet the following qualifications: Master’s Degree in Communication Disorders / Speech-Language […]

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This Week’s Summer Activities

This Week’s Summer Activities

Coming up with activities over the summer can be hard, but Project Play Therapy is here to help! This week we wanted to share a few ideas with you and help you create fun memories with your child, (while also working on some of their goals). Social Skills This Monday is National Best Friends Day, […]

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We Love Our Village

We Love Our Village

Late in 2019, Project Play Therapy staff began a process of brainstorming to inform updated core values for our company. Employees all had the opportunity to answer questions and list out what they thought should be the guiding principles for our company, now and in the future. Their answers, key words and phrases ended up […]

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Consistency Over The Summer

Consistency Over The Summer

School is out for the summer, but that does not mean routines need to be out, too! Routines can be hard to keep over this unstructured period of the year, but we are here to help! Visual schedules, sticker boards, and using “first, then” can help keep your routines in place and create consistency over […]

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Where Do You Want To Go?

Where Do You Want To Go?

Summer is here! While it’s a great time to get outside and enjoy play time – it is also a great time to practice language skills with your child! WH Questions (who, what, when, where, why, – and how) are foundational skills that allow your child to ask about the world around them, and to […]

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