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Author: Otto

Common Speech Disorders in Children and How to Recognize Them 

The mechanisms that humans use to speak are far more intricate than first meets the eye. Just like human anatomy in general, the inner workings required for us to conceptualize what we want to say and form it into syllables and sounds require cooperation from stomach muscles, tongue, lips, nose,  larynx, and the coordination of […]

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How to Enhance Your Child’s Learning Experience at Home 

The past year has definitely taken an interesting turn, especially for those who are still in school. Some parents have noticed that their children are having a harder time focusing or feel easily discouraged by “going to school” at home. In some schools across the U.S., teachers are finding it difficult to make their lessons […]

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How Physical Therapy Can Help Your Child Thrive 

When people think of physical therapy, it’s often associated with adult injuries, post-surgery, or trauma-related rehabilitation. This is all accurate, of course, physical therapy helps people regain mobility after they have been injured. The profession of physical therapy has made incredible strides in recent decades in regard to developmental deficiencies in babies and children. Early […]

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A Look At Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder & Its Common Signs

The condition of ADHD is often discussed by parents who suspect their child may have trouble concentrating or focusing on tasks at hand. It seems the condition has made it into the mainstream in the past few decades. For many, it might seem that this condition has suddenly worsened or that it is a relatively […]

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Short Term and Long Term Benefits of Speech Therapy For Your Child

A child’s development is not black and white. As human beings, there is a myriad of factors and characteristics that make us all different, not to mention biological and environmental differences. As with other skills and milestones, the age kids begin speaking can vary. These differences are not always a clear indication of anything. Take […]

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The History of Physical Therapy and Why Pediatric PT is so Important 

People point to different points in history as the start of physical therapy. In many ways, it’s because physical therapy was not always a ‘profession’ per se. Yet, ideas of physical therapy have originated as early as 1813. People early on begin to see that physical rehabilitation was a big part of a lot of […]

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Showing Love to an Autistic Child

Valentine’s Day is around the corner, and it’s time to show everyone all kinds of love, not just the romantic kind. It’s the time to show love to everyone in your life that you deeply care about. Your children are some of the most important aspects of your life and you love them greatly. Showing […]

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