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December 20, 2019

Great cooperative board game! Work together to beat the ogres to the treasure.


Visual spatial problem solving (using a grid & building a path); Visual perceptual skills (matching correct parts of cards); Fine motor coordination (rolling dice and manipulating sma...

December 20, 2019

Gumball Grab is great for turn taking, matching, visual scanning, sequencing, eye-hand coordination, fine motor coordination, impulse control, attention to task, grasp/release, and fostering muscle development needed for handwriting skills (specifically finger placemen...

December 13, 2019

Magna Tiles

Speech/language benefits:

• Endless possibilities for creative play. They are open-ended and can become anything from a tower to a space-ship. For older children you can build a structure for imaginary play and create stories around your creation.

• Vocabula...

December 13, 2019

Three Car Garage

Speech/language benefits:

• Good for young children using single or 2-word phrases. Parents can narrate what their child is doing: “open door,” “close door,” “turn key,” “blue car,” “red car,” “green car,” “my turn,” “your turn”

• Social engagement: use...

December 13, 2019

Create and Play Dinosaur Construction Set

Speech/language benefits:

• Question Formation: Ask who goes now? what do you need? which one do you want?

• Answering: In response to who goes now? you and your child can say I do, you do, me, you. In response to what do you n...

Social Groups: Hurdles and Supports for Social Communication

Having positive social experiences is essential to development, and yet for some children this does not come naturally. Plenty of obstacles can stand in the way of a child having successful interactions with p...

We value the power of play, intentionality and following a child’s interest in our social groups!

A common goal in these groups is to support a child to regulate his/her thoughts and ideas to increase shared attention. An example might be to incorporate a child’s actio...

October 18, 2017

Hark! Can thee believeth this?! 

Our symbolic play room has been transformed into a Royal Kingdom complete with a cardboard castle, knights and dragons. 

Set to change every couple months, this therapy room is an important piece of our practice as it incorporates a symbo...

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