Getting quality sleep is essential for children. Bedtime routines are a consistent, repetitive set of activities that are carried out before bed every night. They
Why Thumb Sucking is No Friend to Speech Development Parents always want what is best for their children: to be healthy, happy, and well… children!
Tips from an Occuational Therapist A Child’s Difficulties with Sleep: Tips from an Occupational Therapist. Occupational therapists are known for working with individuals to improve
Cognitive Behavioral Therapists believe we all experience emotions as a result of our thoughts. Not as the result of events. For example, if someone gets
Trauma-Informed Care – OTs role In the United States, approximately five million children experience some form of a traumatic event. How do we define trauma?
How Using a Pacifier too Long can Lead to Crooked Teeth, Tongue Thrust, Pacifier Teeth, and More. Pacifiers are often used to help soothe infants
How a Dietician, a Speech-Language Pathologist, and an Occupational Therapist can Determine if your Child Needs Feeding Therapy Dietician There are many aspects of feeding