We have two sensory bins in this post to share with you, I Spy and Tropical Snow!
We hope you have fun making and playing with both!
I Spy Sensory Bin:
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At Leaps and Bounds, we offer an intensive therapy option for families who would like to see maximum progress toward therapy goals in a shorter period of time. Although we offer this throughout the year, spring break may be an ideal time for families to take advantage of this option due to the time off of school. An intensive model allows for the use of (more…)
We are now scheduling appointments for Intensive therapy sessions in March & April. Please click on the flyer above for more details and call the office at 636-928-LEAP(5327) to set up a Spring Break Intensive for your kiddo!
Please call the office at 636-928-LEAP (5327) with any questions or to sign your child up today!
There is a lot of information out on Dyslexia and reading difficulties. In addition,
recent legislation has changed how Dyslexia is viewed in public schools. This
seminar will help you to better understand dyslexia, provide information on what
goes into a diagnosis of dyslexia, and what resources are available to help those
with reading difficulties.
**There will be no cost for this seminar. Seating is limited. Call 636-928-5327 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP to reserve your spot. Please include your phone number if you register by email.**
The word “Dyslexia” is becoming a hot topic. Reading and writing are complex tasks. Rightfully so, Dyslexia is a complex condition. Have you heard about Dyslexia? Are you wondering if your child or a loved one has Dyslexia? Do you know what YOU can do to help? If you are interested in learning more, check out these general topics of conversation relating to Dyslexia. (more…)
Dan has a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder and has been a part of the Leaps and Bounds family for many years. As he got older, Dan’s therapy goals shifted to a focus on independence and finding meaningful occupations. Dan’s mother, as any parent, wants for Dan to feel happy and be a part of something that he feels good about. She found this to be challenging after graduation, because Dan’s skill level fell in-between paid employment and the supported workplace settings that they started touring. (more…)