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Programs


2014 Summer Social Skills Groups

Posted By: Leaps & Bounds on Apr 10, 2014   Category: Programs, Resources  

Register now for our Summer Social Skills Groups

When: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays: June 2nd through August 7th

Where: Leaps and Bounds

Each group is led by an Occupational Therapist trained in teaching social skills.

Buddy Builders (3-5 years old)

Mondays: June 2nd through August 4th (4:30-5:30 pm)

This group is for children who are working on engaging and playing with their peers appropriately. The group will also be working on turn taking, sharing, coping strategies, and using words to communicate frustration.

ABC’s of Social Skills (6-8 years old)

Mondays: June 2nd through August 4th (5:30-6:30 pm)

This group will be centered on developing appropriate social skills. Goals will include increasing your child’s confidence to start building long lasting friendships.

Building Friendships (8-12 years old)

Thursdays: June 5th through August 7th (5:30-6:30 pm)

This group will give your child the opportunity to build confidence and age appropriate social skills to establish positive friendships.

Girlfriend Group (7-12 years old)

Tuesdays: June 3rd through August 5th (6:30-7:30 pm)

This group is created to help girls connect and establish positive friendships with each other while engaging in “girly” activities. The group will foster self confidence, communication, conflict resolution, and other issues that directly affect young girls.

Boys Will Be Boys Club (11-15 years old)

Wednesdays: June 4th through August 6th (6:00-7:00 pm)

This group is created to help boys connect and establish positive friendships with each other. The group will foster appropriate behaviors, self-confidence, and communication. Conflict resolution will also be addressed throughout the group.

**An intake assessment will be required for children not already attending Leaps and Bounds to ensure all of the children will recieve maximum benefit from their group.**

Please call if you are interested in registering your child for any of the groups.

For additional groups, please see: Speech & Language Groups, Handwriting & Social Skills Groups, and Additional 2014 Groups


Additional 2014 Summer Groups

Posted By: Leaps & Bounds on Apr 10, 2014   Category: Programs  

When: June 2nd through August 7th

Where: Leaps and Bounds

Happy Meals (3-5)

Mondays: June 2nd through August 4th (12:30-1:30 pm)

This group is for children who are considered “picky eaters”. The group is designed to provide a positive mealtime experience with peers, while increasing the variety of foods a child will eat.

What’s For Life? (13-18 years old)

Tuesdays: June 3rd through August 5th (5:30-6:30 pm)

This group is designed to educate and facilitate independence in those children nearing adulthood. The sessions are focused around life skills using a fun and interactive approach. Fundamental skills will be implemented both at Leaps and Bounds and throughout the community.

Thursdays: June 5th through August 7th(9:30-10:30 am)

This group is designed to promote sensory integration during important developmental milestones in early toddlers. The group will also provide strategies to parents to continue developing their child’s sensory systems at home.

Thursdays: June 5th through August 7th(3:00-4:00 pm)

This group is for children who want to engage in a summer full of fun sports, games, and crafts. This group gives children the opportunity to explore different activities both at Leaps and Bounds and in the community.

Wednesdays: June 4th through August 6th(9:30-10:30 am)

This group is for children learning how to ride their bikes. The group will develop skills needed to be successful in riding a bike including: postural control, motor coordination, and lower extremity strengthening.

Wednesdays: June 4th through August 6th(5:00-6:00 pm)

This group will be centered on music and movement. The group will facilitate gross motor coordination and body awareness along with building friendships.

**An intake assessment will be required for children not already attending Leaps and Bounds to ensure all of the children will recieve maximum benefit from their group.**

Please call if you are interested in registering your child for any of the groups.

For additional groups, please see: Social Skills Groups, Speech & Language Groups, and Handwriting & Academic Skills


2014 Summer Handwriting Groups

Posted By: Leaps & Bounds on Apr 10, 2014   Category: Programs, Resources  

Register now for our Summer Handwriting Groups

Where: Leaps and Bounds

Each group is led by an Occupational Therapist trained in teaching handwriting.

Beginner Handwriting (4-6 years old)

Fridays: June 6th through August 8th (4:00-5:00 pm)

This group is for children who are learning how to recognize and write all the letters of the alphabet along with numbers 1-10. The group will teach your child efficient letter formations and will facilitate appropriate pencil grasp.

Advanced Print (5-7 years old)

Thursdays: June 5th through August 7th (5:30-6:30 pm)

This group is for children who can form all of their letters and numbers. These children are working on writing words, adhering to the line, appropriate spacing, and the size of their letters.

**An intake assessment will be required for children not already attending Leaps and Bounds to ensure all of the children will recieve maximum benefit from their group.**

Please call if you are interested in registering your child for any of the groups.

For additional groups, please see: Social Skills Groups, Speech & Language Groups, and Additional 2014 Groups


2014 Summer Speech & Language Groups

Posted By: Leaps & Bounds on Apr 10, 2014   Category: Events, Programs, Resources  

When: Mondays: June 2nd through August 4th

Where: Leaps and Bounds

Chit Chat Group

Mondays: June 2nd through August 4th (10:15-11:15 am)

This group is for children 18 months-3 years old. It is designed for kids who are not yet talking or need a boost in their vocabulary. A portion of this group will include parent participation and will address social language. The group will also include ideas to encourage development in the home.

Super Friends

Mondays: June 2nd through August 4th (1:30-2:30 pm)

This group is for children ages 5-7 years. It is based on the successful Social Thinking® Curriculum, which is created to build specific thinking strategies that occur prior to social communication and interaction.

**An intake assessment will be required for children not already attending Leaps and Bounds to ensure all of the children will recieve maximum benefit from their group.**

Please call if you are interested in registering your child for any of the groups.

For additional groups, please see: Social Skills Groups, Academic Skills & Handwriting Groups, Additional 2014 Groups


Speech and Language

Speech and Language Therapy addresses concerns with a child’s ability to communicate with others. Speech is defined as a child’s ability to produce sounds for speaking. Language is the use and understanding of words for communication.

Therapists use a variety of therapeutic techniques to improve a child’s sound production, communication skills, language development, pragmatics, and oral motor skills. The Speech Language Pathologists at Leaps and Bounds use sensory-motor activities to enhance language development and to make therapy fun for kids. Our goal is to assist families to establish effective communication with their child. (more…)


Gross Motor Skills

Posted By: Leaps & Bounds on Jun 16, 2009   Category: Programs  

Gross motor skills are considered to be the skills that require the large muscles of the body. These are skills such as rolling, sitting, walking, climbing, running, jumping, skipping, riding a bicycle, and jumping rope. Many things are required for good gross motor skills. A child must not only have adequate muscle tone and strength, but he must have the body awareness to develop the appropriate coordination. (more…)


Fine Motor Skills

Posted By: Leaps & Bounds on Jun 16, 2009   Category: Programs  

Fine motor skills are skills completed using the small muscles of the body. This includes those in the hand, mouth, and eyes. Most often, fine motor skills refer to those activities completed with hands and fingers, such as stringing beads, buttoning, holding a pencil, and tying shoes. Fine motor skill development begins at an early age. As a child develops strength and body awareness, the fine motor control becomes more refined. A child must have good strength and stability in his postural muscles and shoulder muscles in order to have mature, refined fine motor control. Additionally, for good fine motor control, a child must have efficient sensory processing in the proprioceptive and tactile sensory systems. These systems enable a child to use his muscles efficiently to complete fine motor tasks. (more…)


Oral Motor & Feeding Skills

Posted By: Leaps & Bounds on Jun 16, 2009   Category: Programs  

Oral motor/feeding concerns can result from a variety of sources. At Leaps and Bounds, a child is assessed to determine if the child demonstrates sensory processing concerns that may impact his ability to eat a variety of textures or if the child is lacking the appropriate motor control for biting, chewing, and swallowing. It is also important to rule out any medical concerns that are inhibiting a child’s desire and willingness to eat a variety of foods. (more…)


Handwriting

Posted By: Leaps & Bounds on Jun 16, 2009   Category: Programs  

Handwriting requires the integration of many skills.  A child must be able to sit upright, pay attention, hold the pencil correctly, hold the paper with the non-dominant hand, understand the direction of letters and words, accurately form the letters and words, and use appropriate spacing.  This is only a portion of what is required for handwriting!  These skills can require the integration of all seven sensory systems.  However, the visual, vestibular, proprioceptive, and tactile systems are the primary systems involved in handwriting. (more…)


Sensory Processing

Posted By: Leaps & Bounds on Jun 16, 2009   Category: Programs  

We learn about our bodies and the world around us through the use of our senses. Everything we do requires the use of our seven sensory systems: tactile (touch), olfactory (smell), gustatory (taste), auditory (sound), visual (sight), vestibular (movement & balance), and proprioceptive (body awareness & movement). Sensory processing is the ability of the nervous system to perceive sensory information, process it, and produce a response based on how the information is interpreted. This occurs in every body every moment of the day. The body is constantly bombarded with an array of sensory information. To participate effectively in daily life activities, we need our sensory systems to be integrated and “working together” to give us information about our body, how to use our body, how to interact with others, and how to interact with the world around us. The ability to efficiently process sensory information impacts all of our daily life activities. (more…)