Building Play Skills for Healthy Children & Families

What is Play and Why Is It Important? Play can be defined as “any spontaneous or organized activity that provides enjoyment, entertainment, amusement, or diversion” (Parham and Fazio, 2008, p. 448). Play is one of children’s major jobs—how they occupy their free time...

2016 Language Groups for Toddlers and Preschool

Children’s Therapy Place is now offering dynamic language group therapy to address the multi-faceted needs of our clients. These language groups are designed to improve communication skills through play-based group therapy for children with speech-language goals.  Led...

Managing Technology in Tweens and Teens

Finding Opportunities for Communication with Tech-Obsessed Kids Limiting the amount of time that tweens and teens spend using personal tech devices is often a major challenge. A digital diet can help to moderate tech use in favor of more opportunities for conversation...

Reading Activities at Home

Children spend a lot of their time at home. You can support your child’s learning while you do daily chores. You can invite your child to help you, or you can provide an activity for your child to do close to you. That way, you can talk and listen to your child while...