A small study on child development looked at the role music and movement has between babies and adults. To anyone that has rocked a baby and sung a lullably, you probably know already the soothing affect it can have. The question this study asked was: What makes young children behave in a pro-social way — … Continue reading Creating connection – through music
Play is so fundamental to our work here. It's the natural way for children to learn about their world. But play is equally important for adults. The importance of play for children is well documented. Now researchers are turning their attention to its possible benefits for adults. What they’re finding is that play isn’t just … Continue reading Play is important for kids…and adults!
We are looking for talented and enthusiastic pediatric occupational, physical and speech therapists! Please fill out our career form to apply. Ideal candidates will have the following qualities: eager to learn new therapuetic techniques and approaches adopts a holistic, whole child approach in their treatment strategies works collaboratively with other therapists and the families they … Continue reading We’re Hiring!
Today we are supporting #Jeans4Genes in honor of our sweet friend, Jackson! Here is his mom's story: Hello! My name is Natalie Palin, and our four-year-old son Jackson was born with Trisomy 21, more commonly known as Down syndrome. We have been so lucky to receive therapy at Solaris now for over a year! … Continue reading World Down Syndrome Day #jeans4genes
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We will be holding our Handwriting & Yoga Summer Camp the week of June 11th. This camp is ideal for kids between the ages of 5 and 10 who need to improve their writing legibility, have issues with letter reversals, spacing, and correct letter formation. Led by an occupational therapist, our campers will undertake activities … Continue reading Handwriting & Yoga Summer Camp 2018
Do you have a picky eater? It's something we see commonly at Solaris. One of our mom's wrote about her perspective of a feeding therapy session with our speech therapist, Lauren. You can read it on her website, WestUniversityMoms. If you have a picky eater and would like more information on how feeding therapy can … Continue reading A feeding therapy session from a mom’s perspective
We are open and looking forward to seeing all of our kiddos and families!
We will be hosting the Yoga for the Special Child Basic Part 1 course again this fall. The dates are October 15-21, 2017. The course is taught by Kathy Randolph and the cost is $985. To register, please complete the form below:
Reorganization: what it is, when it occurs, and the best way to respond Here is an article from ILS on reorganization, the differences between reorganization and adverse reactions, and steps to support your child through both states