Category Archives: Book Review

Picky eating not picky reading (2)

The benefits of reading to young children are well documented for literacy development (Kuo et al. 2004) but what about eating development?!  Clinical practice shows that reading books about food may help young children engage in the process of eating … Continue reading

Tactile Defensiveness (think steel wool)

Touch is powerful, to say the least. I am reminded daily of it’s power, both at home and in my work.  When the sense of touch goes wrong, it can be debilitating.  We rely on our sense of touch to … Continue reading

The Happiness Project

I am currently reading a book called, “The Happiness Project” by Gretchen Rubin. This book is helping me to compartmentalize many of the very common “downers” of everyday life, juggling work, family, and everything else that comes with it.  I … Continue reading

Neuro read

Neuroplasticity; I can honestly say, I find it inspiring.  And if you’d like to be inspired check out this wonderful book .It is a collection of true stories that showcase how incredibly resilient people and the power of the brain … Continue reading

“If someone had told me our lives could be like this, I wouldn’t have believed them. I see a 180 degree difference in our daughter, since we started therapy. I can’t thank Kelly enough for what she has given our family.” — Christopher Howell —
“If someone had told me our lives could be like this, I wouldn’t have believed them. I see a 180 degree difference in our daughter, since we started therapy. I can’t thank Kelly enough for what she has given our family.” — Christopher Howell —
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