Month: September 2012

3 Types of Evaluations and What They Tell Us about Your Child’s Development

When you have concerns about your child’s development, you want answers.  You might choose to have a screening completed to briefly assess your child’s development. If concerns are noted following the screening, a formal evaluation will help answer your questions. During

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3 Benefits of Developmental Screenings

It is perfectly normal for parents to have concerns about their child’s development.  Many parents, especially first time parents, may be unaware of “typical” child development milestones.  These milestones are important guidelines used to monitor and measure a child’s development,

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Cues to Learning

Therapists and teachers implement a variety of strategies and techniques to help children learn.  You may be using these techniques already and not even know it. Here are a few ways you can cue your child to help them learn new

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Why We Love Shape Sorters

The Shape Sorter is a classic toy that has been around for generations.  Many of us grew up with the toy in the picture – the cubed shape sorter.  Nothing fancy, just a box to put shaped blocks in.  But

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