The CI Scoop
When adapting to virtual therapy, finding interactive and engaging session plans was possibly one of the biggest challenges therapists and educators were met with. Animal Moves proved to be successful and popular with simple instructions and broadly understood movement patterns for motivating and accessible games for a wide range of children.
As many kids head back to school in these unprecedented times, we know kids are craving more movement, especially with spring right around the corner. Some of you may have heard of the sensory path trend that is sweeping across schools to incorporate movement into...
Have you ever had a conversation with your child and had a hard time understanding a word they were saying? Maybe you noticed that they used one sound for another sound in a word, such as “wed” for “red.” If you have experienced this, you might have wondered “when...
Spring has finally sprung in Wisconsin, and that means that the time is finally here to rise from our collective hibernation and return to our favorite outdoor activities! Whether this means bringing the kids to the tennis courts, breaking out the clubs for a family...
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?
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 benefits, submit for prior authorizations if needed, bill services to your carrier and also work on any denied claims. We are here to help answer your questions and concerns with insurance billing!
During the stresses of our lives and times when we cannot go out to do things to pamper ourselves the way we used to, have you considered doing something AT HOME and WITH YOUR KIDS to relax?
With winter weather upon us and increased time in our homes, we have to be creative with ways to get the family physically active. Yoga is a great way for the whole family to get involved. Globally, yoga addresses flexibility, balance, strength, and endurance by holding body weight in specific poses.
Hi everyone! My name is Erin and I am the Recreational therapist here at CI! It’s February, which means that there are so many things to celebrate! Valentine’s Day, Groundhog Day, and Chinese New Year to name a few! February is also special because it is Recreational Therapy month! So, what is Recreational Therapy exactly?