Apraxia of Speech
The Frustrating Disconnect Between Knowing What To Say But Not Being Able To Say It Imagine you want to ride your bike. You put your helmet on, walk your bike to the driveway, position yourself on the seat, put your foot on the pedal and you feel ready to ride. You go to turn […]
published at Wednesday, May 15th, 2019
OT March Newsletter: Upper Extremity Strength!
Each month we will continue to explore how occupational therapists can enhance your child’s development through meaningful occupations, including play. Upper extremity strength is fundamental in the development of fine and visual motor skills. As discussed last month, an upright posture facilitates head alignment, this helps to maintain visual attention and begin coordinating hands […]
published at Sunday, March 10th, 2019
In the News: Ahwatukee woman will direct new autism clinic
Thanks to Ahwatukee Foothills News for covering our expansion to serve the East Valley! We will initially be providing both in-home and center-based applied behavior analysis (ABA), as well as speech-language therapy and occupational therapy in the coming months. Get in touch with us today to schedule a tour or learn more! Check out the article here: http://www.ahwatukee.com/business/article_7f3d6a9a-4063-11e9-a8f1-bf59972557ed.html […]
published at Friday, March 8th, 2019
SanTan Sun: Pediatric therapy clinic expands to Chandler location
The SanTan Sun sat down with Megan Tadvick, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA to discuss our new location in Chandler, Arizona. Check out the article below on page 32!
published at Thursday, February 21st, 2019
Posture: Why It is Important and How an OT Can Help!
Written by Maritza Tafur, MOTR/L It is a pleasure to be working at Ally Pediatric alongside such a dedicated and talented staff. As an occupational therapist (OT) I strive to offer the best possible, evidenced-based services to our clients. OTs work on children’s skills through the pursuit of meaningful occupations such as play, social participation, […]
published at Monday, February 4th, 2019