Check out the article from Advance for Physical Therapy about their achievement. Amid the news of an increase in autism rates, Suzette Werner Jones, OTR/L, speaks with KOTV regarding an alarming new study. View the story and video here. Kathy Soland, MS, CCC-SLP, was featured in Tulsa Kids. Read “Yackity Yack” to learn more about speech and language development.
Welcome to TherapyWorks’ blog! We hope this space serves as an open forum to inform, entertain and inspire our readers. Everyday at our outpatient pediatric clinic, we treat children with autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, speech and developmental delays and more. We strive to not only improve the lives of the children we treat but also their families. From time to time, we will post photos and stories of some of the kiddos who have made amazing strides and celebrate life’s little victories. We also want to educate people about pediatric therapy and how we use it to work […]
Congrats to Erin Kizzar, MOT, OTR/L, who has just been named TherapyWorks’ Occupational Therapy Clinic Manager! Erin has several years experience treating a wide variety of children including those with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Sensory Processing Disorder. She also has training in Floortime and the SOS Approach to Feeding. We are excited to have her step into this role. Way to go Erin!
Have you ever told your kids, spouse, students, etc. they have selective hearing? Well, the latest program implemented at TherapyWorks, Integrated Listening Systems, or iLs, aims to correct that problem and many more. iLs targets sensory processing, attention, memory, coordination, emotional regulation, reading/writing, self-confidence, self-expression and impulse control. Many children with ADHD, learning disabilities and autism spectrum disorders have difficulties in these areas. iLs helps improve regulation, processing and motor skills by retraining the connections in the brain. One of our patients, Avery, has been using the iLs system since it was implemented at TW. It is used to improve her ability […]
Many parents at one time or another come to speech pathologists with concerns about stuttering. If you are a parent who is wondering if your child needs to be evaluated for stuttering, here are some helpful hints to let you know if you should contact a speech therapist or if it would be okay to hold off for a while. When to wait and see: When a 3 or 4 year-old occasionally repeats initial words of sentences. × It is common for preschoolers to experience whole-word or phrase repetitions, typically at the beginning of sentences (e.g. “I want, I want […]