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The Importance of Consistency in Pediatric Therapy

Every child has different needs, including when it comes to the therapy they receive. Therapeutic needs are tied to the specific issues each child faces . So, be it a language delay through anxiety or developmental disorders, trouble managing stress or other issues that require behavioral therapy, problems with movement or otherwise a need for […]

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In-Network Benefits With Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield

Realizing that your child needs specialized care for speech, health, or learning difficulties, or that they need physical therapy, can be stressful. Going to regular therapy visits can help improve your child’s life and decrease your own stress, and being in-network with an insurance provider can make these visits even more beneficial. Infinite Therapy Solutions […]

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How can I help my child with expressive language disorder?

Children learn from an early age that the easiest way to get our attention is through their voice. Usually this progresses from general crying to more focused expressive language but often children have difficulties. These can be short-term or chronic, but expressive language development is sometimes simply not linear. Expressive language ability involves multiple layers […]

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3 Ways to Help Autistic Children Adjust to Changes In Their Routine

If a change in routine causes anxiety in your child, it can be difficult for them to readjust. Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often require stability and routine to manage daily challenges. Routine can make them feel comforted and in control. However, sometimes major changes can’t be avoided. Here, we’ll dive into 3 ways […]

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How To Choose The Best Pediatric Therapist For Your Child

When you first start to consider finding a therapist for your child, you have to remember the therapist will be helping you as well. It’s essential that you find a therapist who can treat your child and also assist you in learning how to work with your child at home. You will need to look […]

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At What Age Should Speech Therapy Begin?

Your child’s first words are a momentous occasion. Learning to speak is one of many milestones that parents take great pride in documenting. Children develop at different rates which means some may say their first words much later than others. In most cases, a child missing one or two milestones isn’t a big deal. Children […]

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Do Developmentally Delayed Toddlers Catch Up?

If you are asking yourself can a child with developmental delays catch up, the answer is it depends on whether the issue is a delay or a disability. Developmentally delayed symptoms can include a clear inability to catch up developmentally with peers and is not just a matter falling slightly behind. Activities for developmentally delayed […]

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Helping Your Toddler With Speech Delays

The moment a child is born, he or she will begin to communicate with the outside world spending a considerable amount of energy advancing their communication skills. It truly is amazing to watch a child hone their ability to express themselves and learn and use new words! But what if your child’s speech isn’t developing […]

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Hypotonia in Children: This is What You Need to Know About Low Muscle Tone

Hypotonia is a decrease in muscle tone that can manifest in a variety of ways. Children who struggle to hold up their head, have language issues, or don’t have good motor control can be diagnosed with hypotonia which may be the culprit of all the issues present. When your child is diagnosed with hypotonia, a […]

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Expressive Language Delay and Autism: Late Talkers Speech Therapy

Worried that your child isn’t talking yet? In many cases, there’s no cause for alarm when a child is a late talker. Most children will develop language skills in their own time, and some develop language faster than others. However, since it’s estimated that between 15-25% of young children have some type of communication disorder, […]

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