Entries by Robyn

How To Prepare Your Child With SPD For a Birthday Party | Pediatric Therapy Tv

In today’s webisode a Pediatric Occupational Therapist gives practical tips for a child with Sensory Processing Disorder to get the most out of attending birthday parties. To read a blog on SPD and parties click here. In This Video You Will Learn: How to prepare your child with SPD prior to the party Strategies on […]

What is Oral Motor | Pediatric Therapy Tv

Pediatric Speech and Language Pathologist explains what Oral Motor is and how it develops in babies through childhood. For more on Oral Motor and feeding problems read this blog: https://www.nspt4kids.com/feeding/oral-motor-and-feeding-difficulties-in-young-children/ In this video you will learn: What is Oral Motor How babies can build oral muscles How oral motor realtes to speech Video Transcription: Announcer: […]

Imagine Being a Parent of a Child with Apraxia of Speech (CAS)

Guest post By: Leslie Lindsay, R.N., B.S.N. and a mother At two years old, Kate was a beautiful, energetic, and happy toddler. With the exception of one word-hi-Kate was as quiet as a mouse. We wondered if something was wrong. Even as a baby, Kate rarely babbled and cried; she was beautiful and unique with […]

3 At home Exercises For Torticollis | Pediatric Therapy Tv

Here our Pediatric Physical Therapist gives viewers 3 examples of exercises that parents can perform at home with their child who has torticollis.  For more blogs by experts on Torticollis, click here In This Video You Will Learn: 3 great exercises a parent can do at home with their child who has Torticollis A great alternative […]

Supporting Your Child To Make Friends | Pediatric Therapy Tv

In today’s webisode, our  Marriage and Family Counselor gives us some wonderful take away tips on what to do when your child tells you he/she has no friends. In This Video You Will Learn: When and how to listen to your child’s social problems How to respond to your child What questions to ask your […]

When Should You Take A Pacifier Away | Pediatric Therapy TV

Pediatric Speech and Language Pathologist explains when a parent should take a pacifier away from a baby or toddler. In this Video You Will Learn: If there is a specific age to take the pacifier away How sucking on a pacifier can cause feeding and speech difficulties What kind of pacifier a child should be […]

How To Tie A Shoe Part 2 | Pediatric Therapy Tv

IN TODAY’S WEBISODE, A PEDIATRIC OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST SHOWS US THE  SECOND PART IN TEACHING CHILDREN “HOW TO TIE THEIR SHOES”.   CLICK HERE TO READ A BLOG WITH HOW TO STEPS ON SHOE TYING: Click here to watch part 1 of the How To Teach Shoe Tying Video In This Video You Will Learn: The step […]

How To Improve Handwriting Skills, Part 2 | Pediatric Therapy Tv

In part 2 of How To Improve Handwriting Skills, Occupational Therapist works on specific  handwriting techniques with a student.  (Click here For Part 1) In This Video You Will Learn: What’s the best sitting position for good handwriting What is a slant-board and how it can help What is a helper hand Video Transcription: Announcer: From Chicago’s leading […]

3 Tips For A Less Stressful Meal Time | Pediatric Therapy TV

Marriage and family counselor gives viewers 3 top tips to have a less stressful meal time with the family. For more meal time tips click here:  In This Video You Will Learn: How to transition your family to mealtime Why rituals help with the transition to dinnertime How to make meal times and dinner time […]