Helping your child
Having a child and watching them grow is an exciting time for parents. Because we know there is a lot involved in raising a child, we wanted to share our 2019 blogs with you. We talked a lot about child development and how to recognize developmental delays. Read through these blogs to help gain clarity and understanding of your child’s development.
Growing grounded children
- Pediatric Physical Therapy: Making Playtime Therapeutic for Your Child With a Gross Motor Delay
- Recognizing the Most Common Developmental Delays in Children
- I Can Do It Myself: Using Self-Care Skills to Develop Independence
- Planning and Sequencing Strategies to Help Children With Praxis Issues
- Feeding Issues: What Is the SOS Approach to Feeding?
- The Need to Read: Essential Reading Comprehension Skills
- Get Moving: How to Identify Gross Motor Skill Delays
- Independent Living: Encouraging Problem-Solving Skills in Children
- Do-it-Yourself: Using Self-Care Skills to Develop Independence
- Speak Up: Identifying Expressive Language Delays for Early Intervention
- Write it Down: Handwriting’s Impact on School Performance
- 6 Strategies to Develop Reading Fluency
- Strike a Pose: Exploring Movement Through Yoga
- What is Perspective-Taking? Empathy and Child Development
- Line Up: Pre-Writing Skills to Start at Home
- Food Fights: Fun Ways to Build Positive Eating Experience for Children
- See It and Say It: The Difference Between Phonics and Phonemic Awareness
- Growing Up: Position Your Baby to Develop Strength and Stability
- Let’s Talk: How to Help Your Child in Meaningful Conversations
- How to Help an Anxious Child
- Picture Exchange Communication System – Lumiere Children’s Therapy Chicago
- Lumiere Children’s Therapy Chicago: Mastering Gross Motor Milestones
- Lumiere Physical Therapy: What is Plagiocephaly?
- Lumiere Children’s Therapy: Autism and Physical Therapy
- Autism: Recognizing & Managing Challenging Behaviors
- Torticollis: What is Torticollis?
Lumiere Children’s Therapy is a full-service, multidisciplinary pediatric therapy practice located in Chicago that serves the developmental needs of children from birth to 18 years of age. Learn more about how our team of clinicians works to improve the lives of children and their families.