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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?
With the winter weather upon us there will certainly be more opportunities to spend time inside. This time of year can be challenging to occupy kids, especially as covid continues to linger on. As we have to stay home to stay safe it is important to remember how meaningful occupations help get us through trying times.
Winter is here, and with a Wisconsin winter, we can expect a lot of snow! This year kids are inside, learning virtually, and spending more time than ever before in their homes. It’s become more important than ever to encourage our kids to get outside to take a break from screens, express their imagination, and to be kids!
The holidays are such a magical time of year, especially for children. I have so many distinct memories as a kid linked back to the little things that made the holidays special: The piney smell of the old boxes we pulled out from the basement, wearing our jammies all day and eating sweets, our box of holiday books that were only read in December, then stored away the rest of the year, the bright packages with so much excitement, wondering what was inside.