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Pediatric Telehealth: 3 FAQs

For many of you who may be on the fence when it comes to whether or not you should be receiving pediatric telehealth for your child's OT, PT or

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Pediatric Telehealth: The Answer to Your Child’s OT, PT and Speech Needs

The world we live in today is so vastly different than it was just a few weeks ago. The rapid changes brought about by COVID-19 has required the

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Picky Eaters: Is Your Child One of Them?

Picky eating can be a concern for families on many different levels at a variety of ages. Even experienced parents may find themselves surprised

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How Physical Therapy Can Help Your Child!

Pediatric physical therapists work with children of all ages to develop their gross motor skills to allow them to better explore their environment

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3 Easy Steps to Ease Back to School

Most people resist change. We take comfort in our routines. Routines build confidence. This is especially important for children, and parents are

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Balancing Learning Opportunities and Safety for the Benefit of a Child - Part 1

Children are always pushing their boundaries. Driven by innate curiosity of their surroundings, exploration and mastery of their world is at the

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Keeping Your Autistic Child Safe

Home safety is a concern for all parents, but perhaps even a bigger concern for parents of an autistic child. Summer is here and there is no other

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Language Disorders in Toddlers

Your toddler has just finished throwing a temper tantrum for the ages and you're at your wits end trying to figure out what he wants. He has very

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Huh? What? Why do parents have to repeat themselves?

As a parent, there's something extra frustrating about preparing breakfast when I have to ask my kids twenty times what they'd like to eat. I can

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Down Syndrome and How Physical Therapy Can Help!

Down syndrome (DS) is a genetic disorder in which children are born with an additional copy of chromosome 21, also known as Trisomy 21. This

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