Tala Brinderson

Advanced Training: Ayres Sensory Integration, Sensory Integration and Praxis Test (SIPT) Specialty Certifications: Reflex Integration and Rhythmic Movement, Myofacial Release, Yoga and Mindfulness, SOS Approach to Feeding, Therapeutic Listening, Interactive Metronome, Neurodevelopment Treatment of Baby and Child, Certified Sibshop Facilitator. I value the development of the whole child. I am passionate about trying to figure out the underlying factors that inhibit a child’s ability to make progress in their daily life. Becoming a mother of three boys and being surrounded by new parents increased my love for working with children and their families. My over ten years of experience has given me invaluable tools to help each unique child reach their full potential. In my free time, I enjoy going to the beach with my family, cooking, playing tennis, practicing yoga, and traveling.

8 Things Everyone Should Know About Dyslexia

Dyslexia Is Real Dyslexia is neuro-biological in origin. It is a common learning disability affecting 1 in 5 kids going to school in the US. It is characterized by difficulties with accurate word recognition, decoding, and poor spelling abilities. Young Age Obtaining a comprehensive evaluation and early intervention is critical. Prior to reading failure, if […]

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Speech + Non-Verbal Communication

Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), what is it?  At Infinity Kids, providing total communication for our clients helps them become effective communicators in their home and community environments. AAC is under the umbrella of total communication because it allows for other forms of communication, such as using manual signs, pointing to pictures, or activating voice

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How Our Therapists Help with Orofacial Myology Disorders

Orofacial Myology Disorders can cause a range of issues, including misaligned teeth, speech sound disorders, and tongue thrusting during speech and feeding. The root causes of these disorders can include things like allergies, enlarged tonsils or adenoids, thumb sucking, and tongue ties. At our clinic, our Speech, Occupational, and Physical Therapists are trained to help

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Sensory Integration in Occupational Therapy

Pediatric occupational therapy is devoted to helping children develop the skills they need to perform everyday tasks, from eating and dressing to playing and learning. If you are new to occupational therapy, don’t be surprised if your child’s therapist asks you questions about their sensory system. This is because our sensory systems are vital to

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