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Pediatric Aquatic Therapy

Pediatric Aquatic Therapy

Pediatric aquatic therapy is a therapeutic service that provides individualized physical and occupational therapy in a pool-based setting. Pediatric aquatic therapy is often used as a supplement to land-based therapy services by facilitating increased range of motion...

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Infant Torticollis and Physical Therapy

Infant Torticollis and Physical Therapy

Have you noticed that your infant tilts their head to one side or has a preference to look only one direction when lying on their stomach or back? Torticollis, sometimes referred to as congenital muscular torticollis (CMT), is a condition affecting infants that can...

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Speech Delay in Toddlers

Speech Delay in Toddlers

Many parents have concerns regarding speech delay in toddlers, often seeking answers about their child’s speech and language development. Read on to learn more about speech and language milestones in young children, understanding the causes for speech and language...

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Speech Therapy Techniques for Autism Spectrum Disorder

Speech Therapy Techniques for Autism Spectrum Disorder

Autism is a neurodevelopmental condition characterized by unique social interaction and communication patterns, as well as repetitive behaviors or specialized interests, as outlined by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association. Speech therapy for autism,...

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Inclusive Halloween

Inclusive Halloween

Have you ever felt frustrated with Halloween not being inclusive enough for you child withsensory differences, dietary restrictions or mobility devices? You are not alone. Halloween canbe a challenging holiday for many of our kiddos. We have collected a few resources...

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Making Sense of Regulation

Making Sense of Regulation

You realize it is time to leave the house for an appointment you have and your child is playing with their favorite toy in the living room. You go in there and say, “It’s time to go!” Your child screams, “No!” and starts throwing their toys out of the toy box. “We...

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Sleep is a foundation – Let’s build a strong one!

Sleep is a foundation – Let’s build a strong one!

Concerned about your child’s irritability, sadness, difficulty managing emotions, trouble concentrating, seeming forgetful, poor school performance, physical complaints such as headaches or stomach upset, or trouble waking in the morning? Each of these concerns may be...

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Sensory Diets

Sensory Diets

We’ve all heard the word ‘diet’ before, which is often associated with food intake, but have you ever heard of a ‘sensory diet’? A sensory diet is a personalized plan of physical activities and accommodations designed to meet a child’s sensory needs. The goal is to...

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Achieving Optimal Energy

Achieving Optimal Energy

We’ve all been there. We slept poorly, we forgot to grab our breakfast as we scurried out the door, and we are crashing by the time the 9:00am meeting comes around. Our energy levels are low, maybe even non-existent, but we need to be at our best for this meeting. So,...

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Establishing Healthy Screen Habits

Establishing Healthy Screen Habits

There are a multitude of differing, if not conflicting, opinions out there on the topic of screens and children. Are screen activities (phone, tablet, computer, television, video game, etc.) a learning experience or a potentially dangerous experience? A necessity or a...

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Setting the Stage for a Smoother Summer

Setting the Stage for a Smoother Summer

Isn’t summer a time for fun and relaxation? Why does it feel so stressful?! Summer is a time that most of us look forward to with great anticipation, particularly those of us who experience winters that seem to stretch well into what we thought would be spring....

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Debunking the Most Common Myths Regarding AAC

Debunking the Most Common Myths Regarding AAC

May is Better Speech and Hearing Month and here at CI we are so excited to celebrate all the unique ways individuals communicate! One form of communication we love to teach is Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) but it can often be misunderstood. What is...

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Healing Benefits of Nature

Healing Benefits of Nature

There is nothing like a breath of fresh air. Research has shown that finding a sense of connection with natural surroundings can have a positive effect on mental health, including lowering symptoms of anxiety and depression. There are also many physical benefits to...

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