Look Who’s In the Spotlight

Look Who’s In the Spotlight

Every few months we recognize the hard work of some of our patients. We are so proud of all the accomplishments that our SPOTlight stars have made in speech, physical, and occupational therapy! Our stars have learned how to ride a bike, cut their food, and brush their hair. Read all about it below!

Promoting Language Through Play

Promoting Language Through Play

Promoting Language Development Through Play Research suggest that young children learn best through play (Vygotsky, 1933).  Therefore, it is important to engage and interact with your child during these play activities.  Following your child’s lead can help to increase engagement.  Below are simple techniques that can be used to promote early language development. Imitation: With […]

Activity Idea: Fine Motor Skills

Activity Idea: Fine Motor Skills

Finger Twister Activity Skills Addressed: finger dexterity and finger isolation Materials & Set-Up: Materials to make: twister board and spinner template, glue, cardboard or cereal box, scissors Materials to play: twister board, a coin, and your fingers!   1. Print: Twister Board and Spinner Template 2. Cut out and glue twister board to piece of cardboard […]

Building Blocks to Visual Perception

Building Blocks to Visual Perception

BUILDING BLOCKS TO VISUAL PERCEPTION Occupational therapists can address difficulties with visual perception and the development of key building blocks to improve on visual perceptual skills WHAT IS VISUAL PERCEPTION? The ability to recognize, recall, discriminate, and make sense of what we see in our surrounding environment. WHY IS VISUAL PERCEPTION IMPORTANT? Good visual perceptual […]

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