Building Gross Motor Skills Using Blocks

Written by: Ashley Bateman, PT, DPT – Physical Therapist Blocks and stacking toys are a fun and easy way to promote movement and the development of gross motor skills for kids from infants to preschoolers. They come in a variety of sizes, are made in a variety of materials, and they are probably something you […]

Halloween Party!

This event is open to the public. Come any time between 4-6 pm for an open-house style, family-fun event! Join us for fun activities, silly games, and spook-tacular treats! Masks are required! Wear your costumes!

Movement Matters

Written by: Angela Stinman, PTA With these long days at home, we are all getting a little stir crazy. Getting active is a great way to not only burn off some energy, but will also help curb some boredom. It is important to provide kids with both the encouragement and the opportunities for a variety […]

Splish-Splash! Water Play Fun for Cool Kids

Written by: Angela Stinman, PTA No pool this summer? PTC has you covered! Here are several easy and creative water play activities that you can do in your own yard. These activities are not only frosty fun for the hot summer days ahead, but will also help your child work towards their physical therapy goals […]

Cooking & Baking with Kids – Mix Up Some Fun!

Written By:  Ashley Grossenbacher, MOT, OTR/L Cooking and baking are great activities for kids for a variety of reasons. These tasks help with fine motor skills, hand and arm strengthening, executive functioning, and provide great opportunities for sensory play. This weekend we made soft pretzels from scratch. We incorporated an educational piece into the activity […]