Transitioning from Bottle to Cup

Transitioning from Bottle to Cup

“When should I stop bottle feeding and transition to a cup?” This is a very common question new parents have. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends weaning from a bottle before 18 months. Prolonged use of a bottle can cause...

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Practicing Speech in the Car

Practicing Speech in the Car

Have you ever thought to yourself: “When am I ever going to fit articulation practice with my child in during our busy day?” Well, worry no more. All aboard the speech car! Speech car is an excellent way for your kids to practice their sounds on...

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4 Ways to Teach Kids to Tie Shoes

4 Ways to Teach Kids to Tie Shoes

Learning how to tie shoes is an important milestone for self-care development in school aged children, which is often addressed by occupational therapists at TEAM 4 Kids. When you begin teaching your child how to tie shoes, try incorporating some...

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Employee Spotlight – Lily King

Employee Spotlight – Lily King

Interview with Lily Tell us a little about yourself: My name is Lily King and I have an amazing husband of 24 years and two awesome sons who are my world, I have spent my life working with children and love every minute of it! I  enjoy spending...

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Creating a Visual Schedule

Creating a Visual Schedule

Visual schedules are a great tool and intervention to help with routine, transition, communication, and learning a new skill. Visual schedules can be produced in a variety of ways. You can use PECS, which is a Picture Exchange Communication...

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Working on Pronouns at Home

Working on Pronouns at Home

Working on pronouns (He, she, they, hers, his, theirs, etc.) are common goals in speech therapy for children with both language and phonological disorders. The good news is there are plenty of ways you can incorporate working on these goals into...

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