Pediatric Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy

Pediatric Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy

Written By: Kristine Farley, OTR/L What is PCIMT?  Progressive Pediatric Therapy is offering pediatric constraint-induced movement therapy (PCIMT). PCIMT is a program to improve strength and mobility in the affected arm of children with hemiplegia (weakness on one...
Transitioning into the Workforce: Building Pathways for Vocational Opportunities

Transitioning into the Workforce: Building Pathways for Vocational Opportunities

By Kathryn Ring, OTR/L Young adults with ASD should be able to access the same opportunities available to all youth entering adulthood including pursuing life goals, participating in community life, entering the workforce, and living independently. Having...
All About Toe Walking!

All About Toe Walking!

Written By: Kaleigh Smyrk, PT, DPT Children typically begin to walk around 12 months of age, and when they start, it is so exciting to see! You may notice that your child starts to walk with a wide base of support, some waddling, and little to no arm swing. Initially,...