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Teletherapy Services From the Comfort of Your Home

March 27, 2020

We are excited to announce that in light of the current situation and stay home precautions, we are now offering teletherapy sessions for speech, occupational, and physical therapy services. What is Teletherapy?   Teletherapy is delivering online therapy services with one of our speech, occupational, or physical therapists  through telecommunication technology, often from a distance…. View Article


Using Sensory Rooms With Guidance from an Occupational Therapist

February 27, 2020

Sensory gyms and sensory rooms are becoming more popular, and this is great news for children who have sensory concerns.  Sensory input can be very therapeutic for children with ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Sensory Processing Disorder, when carried out in a controlled and intentional manner.  When used appropriately, specific types of sensory feedback can help:… View Article


Carolina Therapy Connection Expands into Goldsboro

January 27, 2020

Now offering Occupational Therapy Services in Goldsboro, NC!   With our Greenville expansion and renovation completed, we are now developing therapy services in Goldsboro, NC to carry out our mission of “informing families, enriching lives, changing futures.”  Serving the Goldsboro area aligns directly with our vision “to be the regional leader of skilled processionals providing… View Article


What Are Sensory Gyms And Why Are They an Important Role in Your Child’s Therapy?

December 16, 2019

Sensory Gyms and their Importance in Therapy   The joys and challenges of parenting are apparent, no matter what your child’s abilities. However, when your child has a sensory processing disorder (SPD), you face a set of challenges other parents do not. Everyday life settings often do not accommodate children with SPD. Some children who… View Article


“It Takes a Village” The Benefits of a Multi-disciplinary Approach to Sensory Integration Therapy

December 5, 2019

A Multi-disciplinary Approach to Sensory Integration Therapy   If you have a child with Sensory Processing Disorder, you know how important routines and familiarity are to them. We feel working with a team using the multi-disciplinary approach reduces the stress of working with multiple facilities and improves the overall results of your child’s care. Communication… View Article


Are You and Your Child Frustrated With Homework?

October 15, 2019

It is officially fall – that means football, costumes, hayrides, pumpkin spiced lattes (and everything else pumpkin flavored you can dream up) and HOMEWORK. (Wait, homework?). Yes, if your evenings are like many other parents, it consists of long, grueling nights of frustration, confusion, and nagging. Chances are your child has been “back to school”… View Article


Articulation Sensation!

August 13, 2019

All children have speech variations during their early language development. Perhaps your child switches different consonants or still mixes words with baby talk. All of these things are normal to a certain age. Some children grow out of these practices or figure out articulation once they have learned to read and see how things are… View Article


AAC and Me

May 23, 2019

AAC Augmentative and Alternative Communication, or AAC, is a widely used tool to aid in communication, speech and language. “AAC includes all of the ways we share our ideas and feelings without talking. We all use forms of AAC every day. You use AAC when you use facial expressions or gestures instead of talking. You… View Article


Feeding Therapy

April 9, 2019

   Getting the Facts for Feeding Therapy Do you think your child could benefit from feeding therapy? Have you noticed that your child is extremely picky, scared to try new things, not engaged in mealtimes, or not keeping up with growth for their age?   If you have any concerns, we would love to help!… View Article


Congrats to our Newly Certified Autism Specialist

February 28, 2019

We are proud to celebrate Laurel’s certification as an Autism Specialist!    What is a Certified Autism Specialist?   Laurel is one of our amazing speech language therapists who has voluntarily worked towards becoming a Certified Autism Specialist in order to further develop her skill set in helping treat individuals with autism. A Certified Autism… View Article