Every child needs sensory input to stay focused, regulated, and organized throughout the day, especially children who have sensory processing challenges. Every child has different sensory needs that need to be met each day and acquiring that input can be difficult when the weather turns rainy. Below are some fun and easy to do sensory […]
About Taylor Reckert
Taylor Reckert specializes in pediatric occupational therapy. She is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University where she received her bachelor’s degree of science and master‘s degree of occupational therapy. Taylor has always had a passion for working with children. In high school she worked at an occupational therapy pediatric clinic which solidified her love for the profession and working in pediatrics. While in college Taylor was part of a research team that studied the effects of integrated play groups on children with autism spectrum disorders. She completed an internship at the Detroit Institute for Children where she worked with children and gained experience with various diagnoses. Taylor's other internship was at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago where she worked with people who had experienced a spinal cord injury. She is an upbeat, active, energetic person that enjoys helping children reach their fullest potential!
With the Summer Olympics just days away, what could be a better time to engage your kids in fun activities to promote physical activity, social interaction, a healthy lifestyle, and improve their overall development? Many kids dream of becoming a gold-medalist in the Olympics and with these activities, you can make your child feel as […]
Routines are an important part of everyone’s daily life, but they are especially important for children. Routines allow a child to have a sense of control over their environment and learn responsibility. Routines can help improve regulation, transitions, and decrease stress and anxiety surrounded by change and uncertainty. Children learn to become emotionally ready for what […]