Every child develops at their own pace but there are skills we expect to be accomplished by a certain age like walking and talking. If you are concerned, it is always wise to seek a professional’s opinion. Trust your instincts, and know that help is available.
Early communication skills are important for later language development and form the foundation for communicating functionally and meaningfully.
Play is one of the primary vehicles for development in children. Play helps children learn, build social skills, and boost their physical and emotional well being! There are many different types of play, all of which influence your child’s development.
Frequently asked questions and answers in the area of orofacial myofunctional therapy.
Occupational therapists work on helping children of all ages with physical, sensory, or cognitive challenges to be as independent as possible in all areas of their lives.
The goal of “mindfulness” is to turn one’s attention towards the present moment rather than the past or future. This helps us to be self-aware of our own thoughts without judgement. Here are 8 tips you and your child can try to help master this healthy practice.