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5 Tips for a Better Pencil Grasp

5 Tips for a Better Pencil Grasp

As therapists in the school setting for many years, one of the most common things teachers notice is poor pencil grasp. And they’re at a loss of how to help, also noting that this is becoming more and more common. Now, you might be wondering why this is...
Does My Child Have Low Tone?

Does My Child Have Low Tone?

It’s the end of a very long day. You finally got the kids into bed, folded a pile of laundry, and cleaned up from dinner; you’re finally ready to sink into the softness of your couch, curled up in your Comfy. Just then, your toddler comes into the room and needs your...
Holiday Safety Tips for Babies and Toddlers

Holiday Safety Tips for Babies and Toddlers

Guest Blog written by Holly Choi (@safebeginnings) Co-Owner + Instructor at Safe Beginnings First Aid First Aid Instructor, Child Passenger Safety Technician-Instructor, Childproofing professional   With the holiday season in full swing, there’s a few things we...
Holiday Gift Guide

Holiday Gift Guide

Dolls and legos and blocks, Oh My!! Do you feel like you’re walking through unknown territory in the Target toy aisles, wondering how to the biggest bang for your buck? What items will last a long time? What will help build strong muscles in preparation for school?...
5 Reasons You Want Your Baby to Crawl

5 Reasons You Want Your Baby to Crawl

It all happens so fast… one day your baby is sitting peacefully playing with toys, and the next they start crawling and are officially a mobile explorer. Once your baby hits this stage (normally anytime between 7-10 months), he’s on the go non-stop and you are left...

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