Halloween is just a few days away and many parents can attest to their child’s excitement! From school parties, church carnivals, and trick-or-treating, it can be a fun and exciting time for children. However, it is important to remember that Halloween can also be stressful, especially for children with dietary restrictions or sensory needs. So what can you do to be inclusive of all children this Halloween? We’ve gathered some ideas below!
Physical therapy at Pediatrics Plus is about learning to fly. A quote by author Charlie Wardle says” A bird sitting on a tree is never afraid of the branch breaking because its trust is not on the branch but on its own wings.” For the children that we serve in physical therapy, our dream for them is to find their wings and learn how to fly.
Pediatrics Plus is committed to transparency and communication during this time. Our teams are following our COVID-19 enhanced disinfecting and cleaning schedules as we provide on-site services. We will also continue to monitor and be proactive in implementing any needed operational changes to ensure the safety and health of your child. Our team is committed to continuing to provide excellence in the services that we provide to your child as we work toward our vision of “empowering children to conquer their world” in new and innovative ways during this global pandemic.
Applied Behavior Analysis, or ABA, is an intensive therapy that uses a tiered model for treatment for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Pediatrics Plus is traditionally known to offer preschool and therapy services to children with special needs, but did you know that we are also able to provide counseling and diagnostic testing to the children within most of our clinics?
Speech therapy can be an integral part of a child’s development whether it be for speech-sound production, language acquisition, cognition, or feeding and oral motor skills. These are some of the main areas treated in speech therapy here at Pediatrics Plus.