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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Heart Healthy Board Game

Heart Healthy Board Game

It’s American Heart Month! To help celebrate, one of our Physical Therapists created a board game with active movements to get your heart pumping and keep it healthy! It is important to stay active in order to protect your heart, improve blood flow, and increase endurance. For more information about American Heart Month click this […]

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Opposite Day Activity

Opposite Day Activity

Happy Opposite Day! Have you ever played the opposite game? You may have heard of the game where someone might say a phrase like “I am going down the slide first. Then, you might respond with  “We are playing the opposite game! You have to go last.”  The game is a childhood favorite for sure. […]

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Multisensory Writing

Multisensory Writing

Happy Handwriting! Did you know that tomorrow is National Handwriting Day?! Learning to write letters can be challenging and frustrating for children, so why not make it fun. Check out one of our Occupational Therapists work on letter formation using a fun, multi-sensory approach! Click below to watch the video. Click here for the video! […]

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