Recent Posts

  • Emotional Skills

    Friday, February 12, 2021

    Occupational therapists work from the inside out to address the difficulties children may face. Learning about emotions and being able to understand how they change in different situations is a valuable skill for kids. OT helps develop self-awareness and social skills (among many others) that help the body and mind work together!

  • Speech Therapy

    Wednesday, February 10, 2021

    Some children have difficulties organizing the sounds we make when talking. “Gliding” is a common speech pattern that typically disappears by age 5. This is when “l” and “r” sounds are substituted for “w” and “y” sounds. Speech therapy helps correct this phonological process, and much more!

  • What to bring to your tour

    Monday, February 8, 2021

    What to bring to your tour:
    If possible, having the following information is very helpful during a first meeting to ensure we provide you with the most accurate information. Depending on what you have available, recommendations can be made to acquire needed items.

    1. Insurance Cards, including Primary and Secondary Policies. Include any insurance that may be available to your child, such as additional parent and step-parent policies. Benefits vary greatly!
    2. Copies of any grants your child may have
    3. Diagnostic reports
    4. Previous treatment plans, if applicable
    5. Referrals, if you have any (may or may not be required, depending on insurance)
    6. Lots of questions. We like these!

    Click the link to schedule your tour!


  • Play based Occupational Therapy

    Saturday, February 6, 2021

    Feed the frog! Just one of the many games we utilize during Occupational Therapy to work on things like bilateral coordination (using both sides of the body together). Children who appear clumsy, drop things often or primarily use one hand in activities may need help with their bilateral coordination. Questions? Allow our team of professionals to guide you to the next step:

  • We love to educate our families! We have an ever-growing resource page

    Friday, January 29, 2021

    that is full of articles related to the nature of ABA, help in advocacy, insurance changes and issues, and many more. Read all you want, then pop over to the ‘Contact Us’ page and ask a question. We are here for you!

  • Occupational Therapy at CP+ means engaging our patients in play-based activities that address their goals while having FUN!

    Wednesday, January 27, 2021

    Playing with shaving cream is a great activity to try at home, too! When using two hands we engage both sides of our brain and work on core muscles, shoulders and arm strength.

  • Make time to read together!

    Monday, January 25, 2021

    Our Speech team encourages parents to engage their children in activities like reading and games where they can participate in communicating WITH you. Choose a favorite story and say some of the words together!

  • Communication every step of the way is standard practice here at CP+

    Friday, January 22, 2021

    Parent Meetings are your place to come and discuss your child’s progress one-on-one with their provider.

    We’re here to help you better understand and identify their needs so we can work together for the best possible outcomes.

  • Occupational Therapy

    Wednesday, January 20, 2021

    A persons occupation is anything that they do in a day, everything from sleep to making food and being able to eat it.

    One of a child’s occupations is play! Here at Child’s Play Plus our Occupational Therapy providers take a play-based approach with patients! Kids feel like they’re just having fun while we work on their goals.

    “Kids are always happy to see me because they get to create obstacle courses and crafts, engage in imaginative play, and try various sensory activities! We get to have fun together while we are meeting goals!” – Monica Phillips, M.S., OTRL | Occupational Therapist at Child’s Play Plus

    #childsplayplus #kids #therapy #occupationaltherapy

  • Life Skills

    Monday, January 18, 2021

    Being able to feed yourself is a life skill that everyone should master. Our ABA kiddos get to work on that everyday in our kitchens. Step-by-step they learn how to prepare their own lunch… and boy does it smell good!

    #childsplayplus #lifeskills #lunchtime #independence