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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

Now Serving the East Valley!

We are pleased to announce that Ally Pediatric Therapy will be expanding to the East Valley! We will initially be offering in-home ABA services to Chandler and Gilbert, with a clinic expected to open this Spring!   To lead our East Valley expansion, Megan Tadvick, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA has joined the Ally team as a Clinical Director. Megan has over […]

published at Monday, January 28th, 2019

Dr. Kellie Band to be Featured in Online ASD Experts Summit

  Dr. Kellie Band recently completed an interview for an online summit titled “What You Need to Know: ASD Experts Summit.” The series will feature 21 interviews of experts in the field of autism, covering a wide range of topics. A few of the topics Dr. Band focused on: The Pivotal Response Treatment approach Social skills groups […]

published at Thursday, January 24th, 2019

4 tips to help kids who have autism enjoy the long winter break

Winter break can be fun and exciting. But the changes in routine and diet – or even travel – can be challenging for kids who have autism. (Photo: UrsaHoogle, Getty Images/iStockphoto) Winter break can be such an exciting time of year for families. In households across the country it means a break from school, special events and plenty of family time. These […]

published at Friday, December 28th, 2018

Arizona Foothills Magazine: The Holiday Break Challenge: A Survival Guide for Parents

  The Holiday Break Challenge: A Survival Guide for Parents TARA BOYD, M.A., CCC-SLP   The holiday season can be such an exciting time of year for parents and children alike. In many households, it means school breaks, shopping, cooking and family time. Parents and children who experience these seasonal privileges also experience challenges along […]

published at Friday, December 21st, 2018