Help us to support the victims of Harvey and Irma As an organization dedicated to empowering children, our hearts go out to the families in Texas and Florida affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. As part of our commitment to help – we are partnering with the American Red Cross to collect donations to aid… Read More »
As long as there is life on this planet, you can be sure that there will be an industry built around maintaining its health. The health care industry is as old as time itself, and is still rapidly expanding. With this expansions, there is – and will continue to be – an ongoing need for… Read More »
Often overlooked and widely undeserved, the professions in school-based therapy provide some of the most beneficial work environments in any industry. In recent years, school-based therapy positions have received a bit of negative attention, with therapists citing the obvious stresses associated with a diverse caseload. What these same therapists failed to report were the numerous… Read More »
Next month is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and Therapy Source will be joining the fight by participating in the St. Jude Walk/Run 5K in Philadelphia, PA. We are well on our way to meeting our team fundraising goal of $5,000. We are thrilled to be supporting a cause as worthy as St. Jude Research Hospital, an… Read More »
Five-year-old Seth Lane has spent most of his life in and out of hospitals due to severe combined immunodeficiency disorder (SCID), which he was diagnosed with when he was five-months old. Although he began schooling at a normal age, most of his learning has been done inside of a hospital ward. On March 11, Seth’s mother posted… Read More »
Increase interest and attention into your oral motor therapy sessions with the help of tasty treats! Use lollipops, cheerios, and peanut butter to help improve tongue elevation, tongue lateralization, oral awareness, and much more. Check out this link for information and examples.
There have been hundreds of thousands of studies done on language acquisition in young children. How do children develop a vocabulary? You’ve all heard of Piaget’s Sensorimotor Stage… Children ages zero to two experience a massive BOOM in cognitive development during these ages. They take in as much information as possible trying to learn from… Read More »