What is Joint Attention?
Joint attention is an early developing social-communicative skill in which two people share a common focus on an object or event. Two people
Developing Foundational Skills at the Park | Ronald Reagan Park
When you think of the most influential person in your life, who do you think of? If it’s not a family member or
Developing Gross Motor Skills at the Park | Yorba Regional Park
There are many ways to improve your child’s balance and coordination when exploring in your local community. Visiting local parks can be a
Developing Language Skills at the Park | Sycamore Park
Whether you are worried about your child’s speech development or not, park activities are fun for nearly everyone. As a speech language pathologist
Teletherapy 101: What Parents Need to Know About Teletherapy for Kids
What is teletherapy? Teletherapy is therapy that is provided over a live video. At Infinity Kids, we can provide all of our services
10 Signs Your Child May Need Physical Therapy
There is a common misconception that pediatric physical therapists only treat kids with sports injuries! Pediatric physical therapists are specialized in working with
What Is a Pediatric Physical Therapist and What to Expect During an Evaluation?
What is a pediatric physical therapist, and what should you expect during an evaluation or treatment session? Pediatric physical therapists work with children
Occupational Therapy vs Physical Therapy: What’s the Difference?
Occupational therapy (OT) and physical therapy (PT) have definite overlap in their jobs. Each discipline aims to improve their clients’ quality of life and overall functioning.
What Are the Conditions that Can Be Treated with Pediatric Occupational Therapy?
Would your child benefit from occupational therapy intervention? Here are conditions treated with occupational therapy: Fine motor challenges could present with: Difficulty manipulating toys and puzzles,