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The Crier

Every early childhood graduation has one.  One crier.  One anxious, uncertain child.  One kid who finds it utterly impossible to get up on stage.  This

Strengthening Your Hands Can Be Fun

Many people incorrectly assume that Occupational Therapy is a field that focuses predominantly on fine motor skills. More specifically, the muscles of the hands. In

Role Models

The recent passing of Rav Chaim Kanievsky, zt”l has rightfully engendered many tributes, and no doubt many more will follow praising his single-mindedness and devotion

Going, Going, Gone

It’s the last week of June, the time of year when many parents across the country are getting their children ready for their imminent departure

Dear Rabbi Sam

Dear Rabbi Sam, I am a bit embarrassed to even have to present this question, but here goes. My wife and I were both raised

The Beauty of Getting Dirty

Think back to your childhood. Likely most of your fond memories had you digging for worms, finger painting or eating pasta (we called them noodles…)

Does My Child Need PT or OT?

Watching your children develop can be the most rewarding experience a parent can have.  You develop expectations for your children and hope they will achieve

What is a Desk?

Finals season has entered my home. There is lots of “studying” going on in between the Heat advancing to the finals and the Boston Bruins

Growing Beyond Me

It was Friday afternoon. My wife was harried as she was working from home while trying to prepare for Shabbos. Being the wonderful husband that

Is Technology All Bad?

We feel that children are being adversely affected by their involvement in sedentary activities and with toys that are technological in nature that do not

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