Upcoming IEP Workshop – September

Upcoming IEP Workshop Understanding school services, including IEP and 504 plans, and how to advocate for your child. Saturday September 12th at 9:30-11:30 Patricia Roberts leads this very informative workshop that will provide parents with valuable information they need to know to facilitate their child’s individual education plan. Trish has over 20 years of experience […]

Upcoming IEP Workshop

Upcoming IEP Workshop Understanding school services, including IEP and 504 plans, and how to advocate for your child. Saturday September 12th at 9:30-11:30 Patricia Roberts leads this very informative workshop that will provide parents with valuable information they need to know to facilitate their child’s individual education plan. Trish has over 20 years of experience […]

Haircuts for Sensitive Heads

Haircuts for Sensitive Heads Monday August 10th 9:30-12:30 Available CTC families who have children that struggle with getting haircuts. Sensory play is facilitated for 15 minutes prior to haircut to assist your child with tolerating the haircut process. Please arrive 20 mins before your scheduled appointment. Haircuts are $40.00 Please call and schedule your appointment […]

Nature Scavenger Hunt – Activity of the Month

Summer is the perfect time to go on a Nature Scavenger Hunt with the kids! Take a picture of the list below and go for it! Nature Scavenger Hunt Something Fuzzy Two kinds of seeds Two pieces of Man made litter Something Straight Something Round Something Smooth Something Rough Two different types of leaves Something […]

Technology Hub

Tap to Talk Awesome game like app to teach communication. Tap the picture and the Tap to Talk speaks. With over 2,000 pictures and the ability to add your own photos and sounds, this program allows you to create a very individualized album for your child. Plus it is amazingly FREE. Reading App- iStoryTime Kids […]

July is Park and Recreation Month

This July we’re celebrating 30 years of Park and Recreation Month and the enduring importance of parks and recreation for the world. From the start, parks were created to serve the people to give them place to appreciate nature, exercise, socialize and have fun. This mission lives on and will continue to intensify into the […]

Does your baby have a flat head?

Today, many more babies have flat spots on their heads, a huge increase from 20 years ago. In fact, it is now common to see babies out in public wearing orthotic helmets and to hear stories about their courses of physical or occupational therapy. In the 1970’s, studies showed that 1 in 300 infants were […]

Being Out is In!

The outdoors provides so many opportunities for child development. As children explore playgrounds and parks, sensory experiences are everywhere. Children have the chance to watch others play and socialize, and are encouraged to challenge themselves. Coordination, motor planning, strengthening, balance and visual gross motor skills are just a few things that a trip to the […]

Children’s Therapy Connections – My Journey With Autism

Hi Everyone, I am Kate and I am one of the owners of Children’s Therapy Connections and I am also the Mom of a three year old boy with Autism. This will be a blog where parents or friends of children with special needs can come to share our journey. Getting a diagnosis that your […]