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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Bilateral Coordination: what is it and why is it important?

Bilateral Coordination: what is it and why is it important?

Bilateral Coordination What is it? Bilateral coordination refers to moving both sides of the body together, in intentional and accurate ways. It is a good indicator that both sides of the brain are communicating and charing information effectively. Bilateral coordination can be: Symmetrical: coordinating both sides of the body to do the same movement (such as […]

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Father’s Day Craft

Father’s Day Craft

Happy Father’s Day from Project Play! It is a privilege to work alongside so many incredible dads here at Project Play Therapy. We appreciate each of you and all you do for your kids to help them grow and reach their fullest potential.   Need a simple craft this Father’s Day? Download our free “You’re […]

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Featured Friend: Zayden

Featured Friend: Zayden

Meet June’s Featured Friend! Here at Project Play Therapy, we love our village of friends and families. This is why it is important to us to spotlight those who work hard and do their best. Today we are sending all the love and congratulations to our friend, Zayden!   Here is what Zayden’s mom has […]

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Mother’s Day Crafts

Mother’s Day Crafts

Project Play Therapy wishes you a Happy Mother’s Day!   We are honored to get to partner with so many incredible moms here at Project Play Therapy. We thank you for selflessly giving you time and energy to help your children grow. From driving your kids to and from therapy, collaborating with therapists, helping your […]

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Tips & Tricks for Zippering

Tips & Tricks for Zippering

Let’s Talk About Zippers! Mastering dressing and fastener skills are important steps toward independence for any child. Zipping involves important skills like bilateral coordination, motor planning, pinch strength, maintaining an open thumb web space, and visual motor integration. Today, we’ll learn about some strategies to help your child conquer zipping!   Click here to watch […]

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Featured Friend: Roman!

Featured Friend: Roman!

Meet April’s Featured Friend! Here at Project Play Therapy we love our village! It is so important to us to shout out those who work hard and do their best. Today we are sending all the love and congratulations to our friend, Roman!   Here is what Roman’s mom has to say about him:  “Ms. […]

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