At-Home Exercises

Muscle Strengthening: Teaching Children to Exercise!

Did you ever notice if your child has strong or weak muscles? Is your child often clumsy or using a lot of energy to do general tasks? It could be that your child needs more movement to get his muscles working and built up! As much as exercise is healthy for adults, children benefit from moving too!

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Activities & Games For Speech Therapy

How Activities & Games in Speech Therapy Help Children Learn Improving your child’s speech through speech therapy sessions doesn’t need to be a tedious task! Using various age-appropriate games and activities, speech therapists integrate therapy techniques into fun games. Your…

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Speech Strengthening Exercises to Practice at Home

By: Blair Gorenberg MA, CCC-SLP Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) work in various settings worldwide to help individuals of all ages with speech, language, cognitive, communication, and swallowing delays and disorders. Enrolling your child in speech therapy is one of the most beneficial…

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Lending A Hand: Occupational Hand Therapy For Children

At the Therapy Place, our Occupational Therapists specialize in hand strengthening exercises to develop or improve children’s hand skills to enable fine motor skills for daily living skills. The goal of this kind of Occupational therapy is to create hand strengthening activities for children who struggle with fine motor skills.

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