We know Halloween may look a little different this year for so many of us but we still want to have some fun at CTC! We are inviting all CTC Super Kids to dress up in their Halloween costumes for any therapy sessions they have the week of Halloween! We can't wait to see your spooky, creative, and … [Read more...] about Halloween at CTC!
Hello CTC Friends, Families, Employees, Fellow Business Owners and everyone in between! Children’s Therapy Concepts has recently been nominated to win a Trexo to use in our clinic for a year. Trexo is cutting edge technology that resembles robotic legs and is allowing children with … [Read more...] about Nominate CTC for the Trexo Contest
Even with lockdown restrictions in place in many places playgrounds have reopened, and at anytime, in the summer, heading to the park is often a simple trip that many kids enjoy. But those trips offer your child more than you might realize. Playground equipment may look simple, but it provides … [Read more...] about Using Playground Time to Help Your Child’s Development
Tying their own shoes is one of those developmental milestones that parents REALLY want their pre-schooler to master before they enter kindergarten. But is that reasonable? And what's the best way to help a child master this very important skill? Many developmental charts say children should be … [Read more...] about Teaching Children to Tie Their Shoelaces
In the world of children's therapy we make a distinction between two types of kids with distinct (negative) opinions about some of the things they are presented with at mealtimes; picky eaters and problem feeders. The distinction? Picky eaters refers to lots of kids, and sometimes even to … [Read more...] about Kids and Mealtimes: Problem Feeders Vs. Picky Eaters