The Christmas season can be a stressful time for everyone, especially for our sensory kids. The change in routine with breaks from school, hectic schedules, family gatherings, and other Christmas festivities can wreak havoc on fragile sensory systems. There are a couple of things that I recommend to families that may help calm the chaos […]
Join Team CTC and support FEAT of Louisville September 21 for the Outrunning Autism 2013 annual 5K Run/Walk and 1 Mile Fun Walk! Join Team CTC by August 31 and receive a free Team CTC shirt for the event. Register for Team CTC Here Funds raised from Outrunning Autism 2013 will help support programs for […]
Transitions of any kind can cause tension for children with sensory processing challenges, as well as children with developmental issues. The summer break transition is no exception. While we all look forward to a break from the hectic school year, some continued routine will help our children with the change. Establish a daily routine. Children with […]
April is OT (occupational therapy) month, and throughout this month I have been reflecting on the many years I have been an occupational therapist. I have learned a lot over 18 years. I have learned that I really love my job. Of course, with every job, there are paperwork and politics, but over time I […]
The heartwarming story of Conner and Cayden Long – two brothers who compete in triathlons despite Cayden having cerebral palsy. —– Since 2002, Children’s Therapy Center, PSC has served thousands of families in Louisville, Kentucky, by providing high-quality therapy services and parent education.
I always recommend that parents limit electronic media, especially for children who are struggling with attention issues. By “electronic media,” I mean video games, television, iPad, and movies. The American Academy of Pediatrics issued a policy statement in 2001 recommending that children less than two years of age not use any technology at all. The […]