Info Regarding COVID-19

The health and well-being of our staff, students, and community important to us. While many questions regarding the COVID-19 remain unanswered at this time, there are practical, commonsense ways for you to take care of yourself, protect others, and monitor latest...

SLP Summer Letter for Families

Summer 2018 is fast approaching and most children will be on an extended break from school. While every child deserves a break from the rigor of school, summer vacation offers exceptional opportunities for children to learn and develop outside the structure of formal...

Summer Fun Activities From the Occupational Therapist

Yay for summer!!  Here are some fun activities for you and your child this summer: Proprioceptive Activities: Carrying groceries from the car to the house Carrying laundry up and down the stairs Pulling a blanket with toys or pillows on top for added weight Jumping on...

Blog Post: Ideas for Better Speech and Hearing Month

May is here and It is always fun to bring awareness to the field of Speech and Hearing and let people know a little bit more about what SLPs do every day! Need ideas for how to celebrate Better Speech & Hearing Month? • ASHA’s May is Better Hearing and...

Blog Post: The Heart of a Therapist – Climbing Mount Data

Not too long ago, on a trip to Colorado, I had the opportunity to go hiking with my children up a mountain in Chautauqua Park in Boulder.  At the foot of one of the many trails, I looked up at the mountain, and became very overwhelmed.  How was this Florida girl going...
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