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First hand “how-to’s”


“In this activity, the patient and I were working vocabulary and turn taking. A tip for parents at home is to remember that vocabulary does not just include labeling and identifying nouns, but understanding and using verbs and other words as well. In this activity they were rolling the blocks so to help her understand the verb “roll.” Parents shouldn’t focus solely on building a vocabulary full of nouns (not to say they aren’t important), but include verbs, prepositions, adjectives, etc. to help broaden their child’s language abilities.” -Miss Schyler

First hand “how-to’s” from the Clinician herself? That’s definitely something that sets us apart. We’re#NotYourAverageClinic

By on October 10, 2018 in General, Resources, Uncategorized, What to Expect, Who We Are

Practicing at Home

Featured in the essay On the Fine Art of Listening, Brenda Ueland explaines “Listening is a magnetic and strange thing, a creative force”. We couldn’t agree more. That’s why parent consultations after therapy sessions are so pivotal. Not only is it important to discuss the topics talked about during the session with your children’s Clinician, it’s also important to see what you need to take home with you to ensure the practice is equaling the progress.

Swim for the sun in more ways than one and see what’s required of you at home. #ConsistencyIsKey

By on October 9, 2018 in Autism Treatment, Cognitive Therapies, Feeding & Swallowing Therapies, General, Hearing Impairment, Resources, Speech Therapy, Uncategorized, What to Expect, Who We Are

Annual FEAT of Southern Nevada Spooktacular!

Will we see you at the Annual FEAT of Southern Nevada Spooktacular on the 27th of this month? Happening from 11:00 am-2:00 pm at Mission Hills Park in Henderson, all princesses and super hero’s are welcome! Swing by for some candy and see how you’re able to utilize us as a resource in the community. We hope to see you there! #AutismAwareness #NotYourAverageClinic

By on October 8, 2018 in Autism Treatment, Resources, Uncategorized, What to Expect, Who We Are

The Sleep Help Institute


Did you know that children diagnosed with ASD find it much more difficult to fall asleep when they need to, due to their sensitivities being heightened? Imagine you’re on a speed boat going 60 miles per hour and your breaks cut out on you…and there’s a cliff ahead! Children facing developmental difficulties may find solace in The Sleep Help Institute offering online guidance to those dealing with sleep issues. To find more information head over to or reach out to Stephanie Linder by emailing her at:


Providing the means to achieve, even if it means counting sheep. We’re #NotYourAverageClinic

By on October 4, 2018 in Autism Treatment, General, Resources, Uncategorized, What to Expect