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Fun Speech Therapy Exercises For Children At Home

If your child is experiencing delays in their speech or developmental milestones, our pediatric Los Angeles occupational therapy speech therapy exercises may be for them.
There are many reasons a parent wishes to work on speech therapy exercises for children at home. Sometimes, they aren’t sure if their child needs speech therapy, or they would like […]

3 Easy Parenting Tips On How To Improve Speaking Voice In Children

We expect children to make mistakes when they learn to talk, but, as parents, how can we help them? Our pediatric Los Angeles Occupational Therapy specialist provides 3 easy parenting tips.
It’s important to remember that your child isn’t being naughty or lazy when they make mistakes in their speech. If your child is substituting, adding, […]

Encouraging Words That Will Reinforce Good Behavior In Your Child

You love your children, but do you feel like you’re always directing orders to them? You’re not alone. As an experienced pediatric OT therapy Los Angeles facility, we know that encouraging words from you are essential for your children.
Giving your children encouraging words can help improve their self-esteem, increase motivation, and develop determination. Not all […]

How To Detect If Your Child Has A Stuttering Disorder

As your child grows, it is natural for you to anticipate their milestones and wonder if they are on track in their development. In many cases, children will reach their developmental milestones (crawling, walking, and talking) around their expected age. However, if you are noticing any potential problems or developmental issues, it is crucial your […]

How To Promote Self-Advocacy In Children

By definition, self-advocacy is a child’s ability to understand their personal needs, to know what support they require from others to fulfill these needs, and to communicate these needs to parents and teachers.
In order to self-advocate, a child needs to learn how to understand and communicate their needs to others. At LA Speech Therapy Solutions, […]

How To Help Your Child Problem-Solve

As children go through life, situations that require problem-solving naturally appear. For some children, problem-solving processes come quickly but for others, they don’t. Problem-solving skills are one of the most important developmental milestones with which the OT therapy Los Angeles professionals at LA Speech Therapy Solutions are trained to help.
No matter your child’s current skill […]

4 Ways To Develop Fine Motor Skills At Home

At LA Speech Therapy Solutions, our OT therapy Los Angeles team works with children to improve their fine motor skills. To aid this in-facility process, we have compiled a list of fine motor skill development activities that you can do with your child at home.
 

Avoid Electronics

While tablets, smartphones, video games, and remote controls make […]

8 Techniques to Help Your Child Calm Down

At LA Speech Therapy Solutions, our OT Therapy Los Angeles team knows that mental stress and muscle tension inhibit a child’s ability to function properly. When breathing techniques aren’t doing the trick, here are some other options to help your child calm down.

Inversion

Take a cue from Yogis and have your child enter child’s pose, hang […]

4 Ways to Help Your Child Overcome Social Anxiety

Social anxiety is more than just being shy—it can be an emotional and academic obstacle, especially for young kids.
If your child is struggling with speaking in front of others, reading out loud or developing friendships, they may be battling a social anxiety disorder. At LA Speech Therapy Solutions, our OT therapy Los Angeles team has […]

How to Improve Your Child’s Handwriting

At LA Speech Therapy Solutions, our pediatric OT Therapy Los Angeles team helps combat and prevent developmental delays in children. Handwriting difficulty is one of the predominant obstacles we tackle. We have provided a few guidelines below so that you can work on your child’s handwriting outside of our occupational therapy facility.

Fix The Grasp

Many young children […]