sensory gym

Categories for Occupational Therapy

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

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

Sensory Gym is Completed!

January 22, 2019
Check out our new, state-of-the-art sensory gym! We now have the largest, most comprehensive sensory gym in all of Eastern North Carolina. Stop by our Greenville location to tour our facility! Connect with us on social media to stay up to date with new and exciting developments this year! Connect with us on Facebook Connect… View Article


Summer Wellness Series

June 26, 2018
Join us as we partner with Fresh Vibes for our Summer Wellness Series! Carolina Therapy Connection is partnering with Fresh Vibes (formally known as Juice Vibes) to offer a 4-week Wellness Series starting on Wednesday, July 11th. These hands-on workshops will provide kids 4-10 years old a chance to create healthy snacks, learn the health… View Article

What Is Stimming And Should I Stop It?

May 10, 2018
Stimming, or self-stimulatory behavior, is characterized by repetitive body movements or movement of objects to gain sensory input. Children can “stim” from visual, auditory (hearing), oral (taste), tactile (touch), vestibular (movement), and/or proprioceptive (joint) input. Common stimming behaviors include staring at lights or fans, making vocal sounds, mouthing or chewing objects, scratching or biting, rocking… View Article