The CI Scoop
With the abrupt onset of virtual learning due to COVID-19, screens are pervading our children’s daily lives in ways that they never have before. Whereas, in the past, parents gained some solace in the fact that their child was relatively “screen-free” for 7-8 hours of the day
Incorporating breaks throughout the school day is super important, especially during COVID-19 as most of the students are starting out with virtual learning. Sitting at a computer for long periods of time can be very tiresome and stressful.
Feeding your child does it involve adorably themed snacks in little compartmentalized
containers boasting Instagram-worthy status or perfectly balanced combinations from all the
food groups creating a colorful display? Oh it doesn’t?! Well you’re not alone!
It’s that time of year again! Whether your child is going back to school in person or virtually it will be important for them to stay organized and on top of their assignments.
As summer comes to an end and the school year is just around the corner we face yet another change in routine. This school year will be a little bit different than those in the past.
Being a parent or caregiver is challenging during the best of times. Being the parent or caregiver of a child with a disability can be especially hard. Add to the mix a global pandemic and a national reckoning on issues of race and inequality and just getting through the day can sometimes be a daunting task.
As we begin transitioning back to the clinic, you may be worried about how your child (especially a younger one) will be able to participate in speech/language therapy while wearing a mask, or while the Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP) is wearing a mask.
After a stressful spring quarantined at home, many families are now adjusting what their summer looks like based on regular summer activities that might no longer be an option. Here are some fun and safe ways to keep kids active over the summer! Activities in...
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.