What is Apraxia of Speech

What is Apraxia of Speech

 Not only is May Better Hearing and Speech Month, but it is also Apraxia Awareness Month. Apraxia of Speech is a diagnosis that can affect both children and adults. There are two different types of Apraxia: Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) and Acquired Apraxia of Speech (AOS) which affects adults. Both diagnoses and their differences will be outlined in this article....

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Does my Child Need Outpatient Therapy in Addition to Therapy in School?

Does my Child Need Outpatient Therapy in Addition to Therapy in School?

"Does my child require additional services outside of therapy they are receiving in school?"  This question can be problematic for a school-based clinician to answer.  If a school-based clinician says, “yes, your child would benefit from additional therapy”, the school district would likely be liable to pay for these outpatient services.  Because of this, many therapists will...

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Why Crawling Matters

Why Crawling Matters

Crawling is an important milestone in a babys development. If you are concerned, reach out to us to schedule a Physical Thearpy evaluation to determine if intervention is needed.

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Does my child need Physical Therapy?

Does my child need Physical Therapy?

Pediatric physical therapists (PTs) can address a wide variety of problems and concerns relating to the physical state of the body and quality of movement.  They are experts in movement and motor development.  The main goal of pediatric physical therapy is to help your child be able to actively participate in their home, school, and community.  They assist children in reaching...

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