Summer is here! Physical therapy fun!
Posted by Christine Robenalt, P.T., MPT on June 09, 2014
Summer is here! This is a perfect time to continue to improve your child’s strength, balance, and coordination in FUN ways. Here are some activities to keep your child active while on summer break.
Speech Therapy Apps
Posted by Jim Moss MS, CCC-SLP on February 26, 2014
Mobile devices have only been around for a relatively short period of time, but they have changed the way we do many of our daily tasks, as well as allow us to do things that we have not been able to do in the not so distant past. There are hundreds of thousands of APPS available at our fingertips, many of which are very useful in helping us to be more productive, to communicate, and even to learn new information.
Posted by Jim Moss MS, CCC-SLP on February 11, 2014
Kids are constantly learning new words. Preschool children learn new vocabulary in their day to day interactions. School aged children learn new concepts, ideas, and subjects every day, with a vocabulary that goes right along with it. Children are usually able to learn new words quickly, but when a child has a specific language impairment, learning new vocabulary is often more difficult for him or her.
Posted by Jim Moss MS, CCC-SLP on January 21, 2014
One of the first things we can do when we are trying to help a child learn new language is to play with them. We need to get down to their level and follow their lead. This means placing our own agenda aside for a time, and getting into their world. Following a child’s lead means going along with what they are doing, and allowing them to take the story where they want it to go. It is so easy to try and push our own ideas and agenda on a child.
What is otitis media?
Posted by Jim Moss MS, CCC-SLP on December 31, 2013
One of the most common childhood diseases is called Otitis Media and pediatrician’s offices are packed with cases this time of year. Otitis media is the medical term for a middle ear infection, and children – especially younger children – are prone to otitis media.