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The Power of Pause: Embracing Breaks in Pediatric Therapy

At TCS, we understand the importance of embracing breaks and incorporating them into the therapeutic journey of children. While consistent attendance is important, pausing or taking scheduled time off from weekly speech therapy or occupational therapy sessions offers a myriad of benefits. Recognizing this can help us promote overall well-being for your child and paves […]

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7 Ways to Support a Child’s Executive Functioning Skills.

Executive functioning is the new buzzword in the pediatric therapy world, but what exactly does that mean? Executive functions are the higher level skills located in the frontal lobe of the brain that allow us to organize ourselves, manage our emotions, control our impulses, problem solve, plan, initiate and many other skills. These are skills

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3 Subtle Signs of Sensory Processing Difficulties

Our brains are bombarded with information every moment of every day. Our sensory systems work closely with our brains to be the ultimate self-preservation machines. The scent of spoiled milk, the sound of a car coming, the glare reflecting off of a patch of ice. All of these send up warning signals in the brain,

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