Lumiere Children's Therapy Resource

Parent & Child Interactive: Importance Of Reading

Parent & Child Interactive: Importance of Reading

Reading is a great opportunity for your child to explore new adventures. There are endless…

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Child Physical Therapy: Encouraging First Steps

Child Physical Therapy: Encouraging First Steps

Walking is a monumental milestone in your child’s life. Mentioned in our gross motor development…

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Physical Therapy: When To Start Tummy Time

Physical Therapy: When to Start Tummy Time

The first couple of days as a new parent may seem extremely overwhelming. You were…

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Child Therapy: Benefits Of Therapeutic Preschool

Child Therapy: Benefits of Therapeutic Preschool

Lumiere Children’s Therapy offers therapeutic preschool for children participating in therapy services. The therapeutic preschool…

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Child Therapy: Down Syndrome Milestones

Child Therapy: Down Syndrome Milestones

Last month, we wrapped up our series of developmental milestones for typical developing children. The…

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Child Physical Therapy: Low Muscle Tone

Child Physical Therapy: Low Muscle Tone

Have you noticed that your child is easily fatigued after minimal exercise? Does he or…

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Child Therapy: The Listening Program®

Child Therapy: The Listening Program®

The Listening Program® is a National Association for Child Development (NACD) Approach that aims towards…

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Parent- Child Interaction: Limiting Screen Time

Parent- Child Interaction: Limiting Screen Time

Parent- Child Interaction: Limiting Screen Time With the children home for summer, filling the day…

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Child Therapy: Corpus Callosum Disorders

Child Therapy: Corpus Callosum Disorders

Lumiere Children’s Therapy attended the 2016 Disorders of Corpus Callosum Conference this past weekend. We…

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Parent And Child Interactive: Coping With Divorce

Parent and Child Interactive: Coping with Divorce

Elizabeth Ozer, a pediatric psychologist from the University of California, San Francisco, stated, "The divorce…

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Child Speech Therapy: To Sign Or Not To Sign

Child Speech Therapy: To Sign or Not to Sign

Last week, we discussed the benefits of baby sign language for hearing children. Baby sign…

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Parent & Child Interactive: Baby Sign Language

Parent & Child Interactive: Baby Sign Language

Baby Sign Language is a popular way for families to encourage language at an early…

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Parent And Child Interactive: The Divorce Talk

Parent and Child Interactive: The Divorce Talk

Divorce is a difficult time for families, and every family member deals with it differently.…

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Child Occupational Therapy: Handwriting Without Tears

Child Occupational Therapy: Handwriting Without Tears

Writing is a crucial daily skill that can be very challenging for many children. At…

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Child Therapy: CMV Infection

Child Therapy: CMV infection

June is national Cytomegalovirus (CMV) awareness month and we want to raise awareness and understanding…

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Child Speech Therapy: Feeding Development

Child Speech Therapy: Feeding Development

Our therapists at Lumiere Children’s Therapy were able to attend the SOS Approach to Feeding…

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Child Therapy: Fine Motor Milestones

Child Therapy: Fine Motor Milestones

Last week we discussed gross motor milestones for young children, so this week, we will…

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Child Therapy: Gross Motor Development

Child Therapy: Gross Motor Development

The next area in our Developmental Series is the physical development of gross motor skills.…

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Maybe Justin Bieber Got It Right (at Least About One Thing)

Maybe Justin Bieber got it right (at least about one thing)

The catchy melody and lyrics to the newer Justin Beiber song, “Love Yourself”, that is…

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How Does Your Child Understand Body Movement?

How Does Your Child Understand Body Movement?

What is the proprioception sense? We are all familiar with the five common senses of…

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