Upcoming Workshop: Free Torticollis Workshop
Date: Thursday, December 7
Time: 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Place: Crawl Walk Jump Run Therapy Clinic
42804 Garfield Rd.
Clinton Township, MI 48038
RSVP: Call (586)323-2957 or RSVP to save your seat via the button below
- You are a new or expecting mother
- You have concerns about your baby's alignment, visual tracking, development or head shape
- You or someone you know has an infant or child under the age of 1
- You are a referring physician for Torticollis
- You are a caretaker of someone with Torticollis
Make Mealtime Less Stressful - Hosted on November 9, 2017
In this workshop we discussed when problems with mealtime warrant occupational therapy, the developmental stages of feeding, and went over tips to help make mealtime easier.
If you didn't have the opportunity to attend our workshop, please contact us with any questions - we are here to help!
Please also visit our blog on making mealtime fun.
ADHD & Anxiety: Get me off this ride! - Hosted on October 26, 2017
Crawl Walk Jump Run was proud to welcome Vision Specialists of Michigan's Community Outreach Manager, Elli Altman, for a free workshop where she spoke on vision misalignment. More specifically, how vision misalignment, and correcting this, can truly help those with ADHD and Anxiety.
After overcoming her vision misalignment that impacted her ability to read and be athletic, Elli now teaches others how to identify a vision misalignment.
Managing ADHD to increase success at school and home - Hosted on August 8, 2017
At the workshop we discussed how we can help your child with their ability to calm themselves, focus their attention, learn, and more. Attendees also saw how targeting different parts of the brain with therapy can impact those with ADHD. In addition, we addressed your child's needs to prepare them for the upcoming school year.
Missed our workshop and want to learn more about our ADHD Program? Contact us today!
"Let's Talk Toys" - Hosted on June 22, 2017
During our workshop, two of our Speech-Language Pathologists discussed toys that are great for language building. They also shared details on how to make toys, tablets, iPad's and outdoor time interactive for functional communication.
Workshop attendees brought their child's favorite toy so all attendees could have an open discussion with our therapists on ways to encourage speech with these specific examples.
Missed out on our workshop? Contact us today with your questions on speech services!
"Food for thought" - Hosted on May 6, 2017
Our Feeding Therapist and lead OT, Jenni, shared common signs of feeding difficulties and how to address them, discussed differences between a picky eater and a problem eater, and spoke about how feeding therapy can help to address overall food aversions, feeding problems, transitions to new foods, and more.
If you missed our workshop and would like more information on our Feeding Program, please contact us and we would be happy to share more with you!
Free Stroke Rehabilitation Workshop - Hosted on March 18, 2017
Two of our Physical Therapists discussed how a thorough PT assessment can determine individual goals. They also shared how various therapy approaches can provide the best possible care and goal outcomes. They were even able to share how our intensive rehabilitation program has helped some of our very own patients!
Don't Wait - Evaluate - Hosted on November 19, 2016
Early intervention is key, which is why we strive to share the importance about evaluating as soon as possible.
During this workshop, we discussed tracking developmental stages in your child, the importance of early intervention, activities to help improve developmental delays, and the ASQ® , or Ages and Stages Questionnaire.
If you have any questions about whether your child or loved one should be seen for an evaluation, please reach out to us at (586)323-2957.
To access our ASQ Questionnaire, click here.
Torticollis - Hosted on October 1, 2016
Torticollis is a head tilt most commonly due to a restriction in the neck where the head tilts one way, prohibiting the ability to look in the other direction.