Is Your Child’s Messy Handwriting Effecting Their Learning?

If your child struggles with messy handwriting, then you as a parent might have more than sloppy handwriting to worry about. Kids who struggle with handwriting tend to worry more about the legibility of their words and forming letters rather than forming ideas and getting them on to paper.  It’s the formulation of ideas and…

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When to Be Concerned Radio Clip

This is a small clip from a radio interview. We in healthcare need to learn to trust a mother’s intuition!

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Why Doesn’t My Child’s Therapist Give Me Anything to Work on at Home?

Last week, I discussed the importance of being informed about what is happening in your child’s treatment room. I decided to address this particular question, since I have received multiple e-mails and facebook messages, asking for advice in this area. However, there is a second question I often get asked by parents. “How does my…

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Should I Stay in the Treatment Room With My Child?

When I evaluate a child for the first time, one of the first questions parents ask me is if they should attend the therapy session as well.  Parents often find themselves awkwardly standing in the waiting room, uncertain if they should go with their child, wondering if they’re allowed to go with their child, or…

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