The human body uses five senses -- taste, touch, sight, sound, and smell -- to send information to the brain, where it is then processed and acted upon. For some children, they have either too much information coming in or too little. This can be overwhelming and/or confusing for the child, causing them to respond … Continue reading October is Sensory Processing Awareness Month
Learn how to use a song with hand motions to reach your child.
PLAY When the things we do are engaging and fun, we learn from these experiences. As such, play is my primary focus, especially for young children. Ideally, I think all of us should have fun learning and growing. When I think of what I am passionate about, I am playful in the way I grow … Continue reading PLAY. COMMUNICATE. CONNECT.
Play is something that requires deep engagement with ourselves, with each other, and our environment. When we think of the word “play” we usually assign it to the realm of childhood. But to my thinking, play is for everyone, all age groups, all abilities. It is my goal, as a speech-language pathologist specializing in communication … Continue reading Welcome