The Senses

The Senses

You’ve heard of the main 5 senses: touch, taste, smell, sight, and hearing. But what about the other three senses?

ABC’s of ADL’s

ABC’s of ADL’s

Teaching your child how to take care of themselves and be independent is a goal for most parents.   In Occupational Therapy we strive to make our kids as independent with self-care skills as possible. Self-care skills are everyday tasks such as toileting,...
Letter Reversals

Letter Reversals

Letter reversal is when an individual writes certain letters backwards or upside down.   Letters such as “b” and “d”, “p” and q”, “m” and “w”, and “n” and “u” tend to be the most problematic as they are the same shape just flipped or turned. While the majority of...
Augmentative and Alternative Communication

Augmentative and Alternative Communication

Have you ever seen someone use gestures to communicate? Maybe you’ve seen someone draw a picture or write in a notebook to answer a question? Or use their phone to translate a sentence or phrase?   These are just a few forms of Augmentative and Alternative...
Emily Stahler, SLP

Emily Stahler, SLP

Emily Stahler, SLP Emily received her Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Bloomsburg University. She has been a pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist for 3 years and has experiences in Early Intervention birth to 3, worked in the Intermediate...