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Benefits of Occupational Therapy for Babies
Occupational therapy for babies is a vital part of early childhood development. It provides infants and young children with the…Read More
How Does Physical Therapy Help Autism in Children?
Physical therapy is an important part of treating autism in children. It can help them to improve their physical abilities,…Read More
The Link Between ADHD and Stuttering
Stuttering and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can both be challenging for children, but what happens when they go hand…Read More
Common Types of Developmental Disabilities in Children
Raising children can be a challenging yet rewarding experience for any parent. However, those with the additional burden of helping…Read More
Early Intervention Treatment Options for Down Syndrome
As a parent with a child who has been diagnosed with Down syndrome, you may be feeling overwhelmed and unsure…Read More
What is the Difference Between Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy?
When it comes to helping children develop new skills and reach their full potential, occupational therapy (OT) and physical therapy…Read More
The Importance of Motor Skills in Child Development
As parents and caregivers, we know how important it is to ensure our children’s physical, intellectual, and emotional development. Oftentimes,…Read More
What is Childhood Apraxia of Speech?
Childhood apraxia of speech (CAS) is a motor speech disorder that affects a child’s ability to verbally communicate. It affects…Read More
Developmental Milestones in Early Childhood
As your child grows and develops, they will reach a variety of milestones. Understanding these milestones is important as they…Read More
Benefits of Early Intervention Physical Therapy
Parents of children with physical developmental delays and difficulties often struggle to find the best way to help their child…Read More