When a Dragon Moves In

When a Dragon Moves In

Photo illustrated by: Howard McWilliam, book written by Jodi Moore, published by Flashlight Press. We know children thrive when they are given freedom to create their own made up worlds and ideas. With imagination and creativity, anything is possible! With imagination...
Sensational Summer Tips & Tricks

Sensational Summer Tips & Tricks

Swimming pools, parades, fireworks, and trips to the park are all sure signs of summertime. Although it’s the best time of year for many children and their families, summer events can also bring novel challenges to daily life due to increased sensory input including...
The Therapeutic Benefits of Dance

The Therapeutic Benefits of Dance

Have you considered dance to help develop fine and gross motor skills, proprioception and confidence? Whether your child loves to move or jam out, dance could be their calling! Dance can have multiple benefits for helping a child learn more about their body and their...
COVID-19 Friendly Outdoor Interactions

COVID-19 Friendly Outdoor Interactions

While COVID-19 may have changed how we are able to interact with others, one thing that hasn’t changed is the fact that social interaction is vital for the development of children. Children learn and grow by being active participants and engaging with their...
Learn How You Can Make Slime Fun

Learn How You Can Make Slime Fun

Slime… one might think, “yuck, what an unattractive name” while another might think, “how fun and cool!” Why is slime so popular in the occupational therapy world? How can it possibly be educational or therapeutic? Check out this blog to find out more about how slime...
Behind the Scenes with our Billing Team

Behind the Scenes with our Billing Team

We know that for many people, understanding the logistics of insurance coverage can be daunting. At CI, the Insurance and Billing team is committed to providing the best possible resource for families seeking therapy services.  We will investigate your insurance...
Face Coverings Tips and Tricks

Face Coverings Tips and Tricks

What an unprecedented time we are living in. The CDC currently recommends wearing a cloth face covering when leaving your home, regardless of whether you have fever or symptoms of COVID-19. Cloth face coverings should not be placed on young children under age 2,...

Tanya

Parent The CI team was extremely adaptable to my daughter’s needs while making every session and activity meaningful. Everyday my daughter was learning a new skill or enhancing an old one. The experience we had was amazing and we plan to do the program again in...

Holly

Parent I have been thrilled with the program. I would recommend it to anyone. They are here to help. They are here to look at your individual needs and what you and your family need. And they accommodate and make a program tailored to that. You don’t get that anywhere...

Nicole

Parent And the fact that she can play with her sisters more independently now, and Mom doesn’t have to be right there involved, they just have so many more memories they’ve created as three sisters that we wouldn’t have been able to do without the advances she’s had...

Katie

Parent The therapists will work hard to make sure that your child is getting specifically what your child needs, not just what a protocol would say that they should...