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Can We Talk About Teletherapy?

Can We Talk About Teletherapy?

December 1, 2020 mtcus

Our kids are home attending school remotely because of Covid. One of your kids is pretty independent, but the other one needs support. I’m not just talking a little help from Mom or Dad, I’m talking Speech Therapy and Occupational Therapy. They used to get these services during the school day and now what, they […]

Stuttering: How a Speech-Language Pathologist Can Help

Stuttering: How a Speech-Language Pathologist Can Help

November 1, 2020 mtcus

Do you ever feel like every other word you say is “like” or “uhm?” Maybe on days where you are running on coffee and have trouble finishing a thought? These are considered “typical disfluencies,” or in other words, this happens to everyone sometimes! Not only does this happen to adults, this can present in children […]

Mindfulness and Acceptance of the New Normal

Mindfulness and Acceptance of the New Normal

October 2, 2020 mtcus

As we step into the month of October, we have been feeling the effects of COVID-19 for about 7 months now. As the seasons change from Summer to Fall, we are experiencing work, school and life through our new normal. For many adults, this means working from home, and for many children this has meant […]

Five Signs Your Child Might Need Occupational Therapy

Five Signs Your Child Might Need Occupational Therapy

September 1, 2020 mtcus

A child’s main occupation is playing and learning. It helps them explore the world around them, learn to interact with it and develop essential life skills that will allow them to connect with others and do things independently. However, some children may have trouble mastering the skills. They might experience issues with physical (fine or […]

Returning to School During a Pandemic

Returning to School During a Pandemic

August 1, 2020 mtcus

As we prepare our children for a new school year in 2020, we are all facing unprecedented challenges that continue to impact our daily lives due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Some of our children may be returning to in-person learning, some may be continuing with remote lessons, and many will most likely be experiencing a […]

Fourth of July Stay At Home Activities

Fourth of July Stay At Home Activities

July 1, 2020 mtcus

Fourth of July is usually a time for family gatherings, parades and fireworks. This year, things are a bit different due to Covid-19. People have had to make changes to their daily routines and activities. This has been an adjustment for adults, but when you throw kids into the equation, it makes it even more […]

Treatments and Therapies for Feeding Disorders

Treatments and Therapies for Feeding Disorders

June 1, 2020 mtcus

Does your child struggle with meal-times? Is it a challenge to get your child to eat more than 2 foods? Mobile Therapy Centers provides Feeding Therapy for children 3 years and older. A key principle of Feeding Therapy at MTC includes desensitizing a child to non-preferred foods through…PLAY! Yes, play is an important part of […]

Self-Care Tips For Parents

Self-Care Tips For Parents

May 13, 2020 mtcus

Parents have been trying to juggle all the responsibilities of parenthood, employee, and teacher while the stay-at-home order has been in effect. Many have wondered when they will be able to have some “me” time. While finding time for yourself during the Covid-19 pandemic can be difficult, as restrictions are beginning to ease the challenge […]

Tips to Combat Stay-At-Home Depression

Tips to Combat Stay-At-Home Depression

May 6, 2020 mtcus

Spring is a time of renewal. As the weather warms and we continue to live under a stay-at-home order due to public health concerns, there are ways we can help ourselves and our children fight depression. While no substitute for professional help, these five easy tips can benefit everyone: 1) Exercising your brain with mental […]