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Pediatric Therapy

How Teletherapy Touches Lives: Miranda and SLP Marvey

My name is Marvey, and I’m a speech-language pathologist. I have the pleasure to work with Miranda, a soon-to-be nine-year-old with the biggest heart of gold. Miranda is a spunky little girl who loves to play and dance and, most […]

Rémi’s Occupational Therapy Journey: With Us Every Step of the Way

By Alecia, Rémi’s Mom Rémi was born a twin on January 23rd, 2017 weighing 5 pounds, 15 ounces. She was diagnosed in utero at 23 weeks with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (HLHS). She underwent her first open heart surgery at […]

Javier’s Occupational Therapy Journey: Building a Bridge to My Son

By Denny, Javier’s Mom In April of 2017, our son, Javier, was diagnosed with Autism and required substantial support. Unsure and confused about what exactly this meant, I felt a big piece of my heart go numb. As parents, we […]

Rory’s Occupational Therapy Journey: Learning to Believe in Yourself

By Holly Timberline, OTR When six-year-old Rory first came to our clinic, he showed delays with balance, strength, and coordination, which were interfering with many typical activities of childhood. His parents felt that his confidence was impacted as well, leading […]

Jeremiah Takes His First Steps

By Kim, Jeremiah’s mom My son Jeremiah has grown not only physically but emotionally as well with physical therapy. When Jeremiah was born, we already knew he would have a harder time with simple things such as eating, talking, and […]

Tips for Adaptive Trick-or-Treating

By Hallie Ager, PT It’s that time of year again – time for the ghosts and goblins to fill the streets and for loads of candy to be handed out! While this is an exciting time for children, it can […]

Great Toys for Increasing Mobility

By Katherine Shepard, PT There are so many benefits to getting children up and moving. It builds strength, promotes social interaction, allows them to explore and learn about their environment, and so much more! Children with movement disorders or disabilities […]

Spooky Sensory Halloween Activities

By Hays Nichols, PTA, and Chelsea Bise, PTA With Halloween lurking around the corner, here are some fun ideas for parties, therapy sessions, and functional décor! Not all children can participate in all activities, so this list encompasses fun for […]

Finding Adaptive and Inclusive Halloween Costumes

By Maggie Strange, PT, and Tiffany Keenum, SPT One of the best parts of Halloween is undoubtedly the costumes! Parents love to see their children experience the excitement of dressing up and participating in trick-or-treating or other Halloween activities with […]

Christian’s Back-to-School Skills

Aveanna patient Christian joined our North Houston Clinic for therapy services in June of 2018. He came to us with significant delays in fine and gross motor skills as well as speech. From the very beginning, Christian had incredible support […]