Performance Pediatrics Summer Camp

Performance Pediatrics Summer Camp

July 26th-August 19th,  Monday-Thursday from 9am-1pm Ages 3-12 yrs (open to public and all children) Occupational therapy/sensory Fun Physical Therapy Conditioning and strengthening, Social skills group and speech, hands on, exploratory fun and academic learning!...
The Possible Effects of Retained Primitive Reflexes

The Possible Effects of Retained Primitive Reflexes

You know when you put your finger out to a newborn and they wrap their little fingers around it? While we all think this is adorable, it is actually a primitive reflex that all babies are born with. A reflex is an automatic action that is the direct result of a...
A Full Picture of Stuttering

A Full Picture of Stuttering

From my early time in school, I’ve had an interest in stuttering and fluency disorders. I led an adult stuttering group in graduate school and had inspiring fluency professors who taught me about the many different aspects of stuttering. When stuttering treatment is...
Sensory Board

Sensory Board

Helping your kids with therapy from home by using a Sensory board! Calming advice for kids at home that help with sensory and keep kids alert. Help your children stay focused and help with fine motor skills by using sensory boards. Pediatric therapy from home is both...
Should My Child Be Using Sippy Cups?

Should My Child Be Using Sippy Cups?

Here’s your tid bit about Sippy Cups from our sassy SLP, Deann Hollander: Sippy Cups are designed for short-term transitional use, but culturally, we’ve bought into the idea that sippy cups are the best way to keep kids from making messes all through...
Self Care For Parents

Self Care For Parents

Check out Elizabeth’s Self Care Guide For Parents! Being a parent is hard and remembering that you are still a person and need to practice self-care is even harder! Doing something for yourself does not make you a bad parent it makes you a better parent....
Importance Of Play by Elizabeth

Importance Of Play by Elizabeth

Importance Of Play “Play, Who Knew?” For a little insight on how important play is and what it does for our children – listen to the video below! Read Article Here! Stay Up-To-Date by following us on Social Media – Facebook &...
2020 Summer Camp

2020 Summer Camp

Welcome to Performance Pediatrics’ 3rd Annual Extended School Year and Summer Camp – August 3rd-27th Our 4 week, half-day summer program is open to all children between the ages of 3-12 years old. We strive to provide your children with the skills they need to succeed...
Bed Time – Why Red?

Bed Time – Why Red?

The art of color science is fascinating. Many people have positive, calming and re-focusing reactions to the color blue in various environments via paint, lighting, etc. However, at night it has a different impact. According to Harvard Health – “blue...