NEUROPLASTICITY - You are the Creator of Your Life
Current environmental conditions have us in a state of unpredictability, constant changes (school closures, quarantine, curfews, instability in work, restrictions, uprising etc.) and like a broken record “we are living in unprecedented times.” The unknown is infamous for triggering survival instinct acting upon our fears, stress, and anger.
Stuttering Therapy, What does it look like?
The purpose of this article is to provide more information about what stuttering therapy may look like. Parents and teachers alike may crave more information about how to begin seeking any information or therapy for their child/student who stutters. Activities may vary by therapist.
Screen Time and Eye Health
Artificial sources of light include LED and fluorescent lights, and digital devices including flat-screen televisions, smartphones, e-readers, and tablets. This artificial light is on the blue end of the visible light spectrum and has short, high-energy wavelengths.
Autism, PTSD, and Fireworks – Helpful hints for a safe and enjoyable 4th of July
Autism, PTSD, and Fireworks – helpful hints for a safe and enjoyable 4th of July
Dialogic Reading: Engaging Your Child and Building Language Skills During Story Time
Nowadays at baby showers, many parents-to-be are requesting that guests bring a book that is signed with an inspirational or loving note instead of a card containing well-wishes.
Ask an Expert Series: Questions and Answers on Occupational Therapy
Occupational Therapy is a healthcare profession that helps people across their lifespan do the things they want and need to do through Activities of Daily Living or ADL’s.