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Creativity is Key

Que paso con el juego imaginativo? Recuerdas colocar las sabanas en tu sala de estar con la esperanza de crear la carpa más grande del mundo, o caminar de puntillas de las mesas a las sillas para evitar que la lava fundida en el suelo te atrape? Quizas no, pero la mayoría de nosotros estamos familiarizados con la creación de aventuras con recursos limitados. Hoy, cada vez más niños experimentan introducciones a la tecnología a edades tempranas asombrosas. Alguna vez has visto a un niño de 2 años con una tableta? Nuestra especialista, Miss Julie, sugiere limitar los dispositivos disponibles para su hijo y participar en juegos creativos, posiblemente en forma de juego de cocina o una tienda de comestibles. Lo que ama su hijo se puede utilizar para jugar y mejorar su habla, lenguaje y comunicación. Olvídese de la televisión como niñera y vea que objetivos pueden alcanzar usted y su familia con la participación activa de la mente. Recuerde, estamos compartiendo consejos de expertos durante todo el mes, así que no olvide regresar para obtener más información. #MesDeRegresoALaEscula #LaIntervencionTempranaEsClave

By on August 29, 2018 in Autism Treatment, Cognitive Therapies, General, Resources, Speech Therapy, Uncategorized, Voice Disorders, What to Expect, Who We Are

Welcome Diana!

At Sfs therapies we understand how uneasy transitioning into a new job can be and we pride ourselves for using every opportunity to connect and engage with our new team members. We are so pleased to welcome our new Front Office Scheduler Diana! Please make sure to introduce yourself when you see her around the office!

She’s swimming for the sun in more ways than one by helping us as well as our patients find the best opportunities for their schedule, and ours. She’s #NotYourAverageScheduler

By on August 13, 2018 in Autism Treatment, Cognitive Therapies, Feeding & Swallowing Therapies, General, Health Insurance 101, Hearing Impairment, Resources, Speech Therapy, Uncategorized, Voice Disorders, What to Expect, Who We Are

Masters with the Master

The staff employed by the school district and the clinicians on staff here at Sfs differ in many ways, most notably “ALL” of the Clinicians on staff at Sfs have their Masters degree in Speech, Language, and Communication. In celebration of back to school month, and in addition to the services you may already be receiving from CCSD-Our own Clinicians wanted to assist in engaging your child’s vocabulary. Even if you’re finding your child is using a minimum of three words, find fun in making those three words count! It’s possible that (although sequential word building is important) words like “if, and, but, because” won’t instill importance since they are not directly related with something your child finds important. Instead, try saying and repeating words that matter to your child like “candy”, or “dinosaur”. Children are guaranteed to learn words like these 10 times faster because “car” matters when attempting to describe their favorite toy or solicit a drive to the park. We’re looking forward to sharing back-to-school tips with you all August long. Stay tuned or more! We’re swimming for the sun in more ways than one by sharing our insider secrets-how are YOU swimming? #BackToSchoolMonth

By on August 7, 2018 in Cognitive Therapies, General, Resources, Speech Therapy, Uncategorized, What to Expect, Who We Are
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