Introducing Clinic-based Psych Assessments!

Introducing Clinic-based Psych Assessments!

Project Play is so excited about our new service! Dr. Lyn McRainey and Vanessa Adams have joined Project Play Therapy’s clinic team to provide comprehensive psychoeducational and psychological assessments for children, adolescents, and young adults.   About Psych Assessments: All assessment plans are individualized to the client/child; however, a comprehensive evaluation typically includes assessment in […]

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All Things Social Groups!

All Things Social Groups!

Project Play Therapy Summer Social Groups Here at Project Play Therapy we are all about working on developmental skills and having fun at the same time! After all, children learn best through play. Last week was the final week for our Summer Social Groups and our kids and therapists had a blast!   About Social […]

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Working on Pincer Grasp

Working on Pincer Grasp

Activities to Develop a Pincer Grasp Pincer grasp (sometimes called “pincher”) is an important fine motor building block for everything from self feeding to dressing to handwriting. As children grow and develop, they move from using their whole hand, to their fingers, ultimately graduating to using a neat pincer grasp to manipulate tiny objects– making […]

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Core Vocabulary

Core Vocabulary

Core Vocabulary Core vocabulary is a small set of words that are often used in day-to-day communication. The same 400 or so core words make up around 80% of what people say in a typical day. Core words are usually pronouns (I, we, she), verbs (is, go, see) or modifiers (all, some, more). These small […]

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The ABC’s of Behavior

The ABC’s of Behavior

Let’s talk about the ABCs. The ABCs of behavior that is. The ABCs of behavior stand for Antecedent, Behavior, and Consequence. Antecedent  What occurred right before the behavior  What was the setting event? Behavior  The behavior What did it look like?  Consequence  What occurred right after the behavior A consequence can increase the likelihood of […]

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4th of July Social Story

4th of July Social Story

Happy 4th of July! For many American’s, The Fourth of July is a fun holiday to spend with friends and family at picnics, parades, and firework shows. For kids with autism or sensory sensitivities, The Fourth of July can sometimes be over-stimulating or challenging for them for a variety of reasons. Our team has worked […]

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