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Early Intervention Therapy for Toddler Feeding Problems

Reviewed & Edited by: Becky DiLettuso, MSW, Executive Director Addressing Feeding Problems in Toddlers through Early Intervention TherapyEarly Intervention Therapy can be very helpful for children with feeding issues. teli’s Occupational Therapists provide some insights for toddlers. How can I encourage my toddler to accept more solid foods? Children have comfort foods, just like adults. Has...
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Addressing Premature Infant Feeding Issues through Early Intervention

Reviewed & Edited by: Becky DiLettuso, MSW, Executive Director Early Intervention therapy can be very helpful for infants with feeding issues. Our Occupational Therapists provide insights for premature infants. Do you have a Premature Infant with Feeding Issues? Is your child just a picky eater or is there something more happening? There is nothing more relaxing...

Trauma Informed Care in Early Intervention Therapy

Trauma Informed Care – An Essential First Step Toward Successful Early Intervention Therapy How does a traumatic event impact Childhood Development? Traumatic events in a person’s past can affect how they cope with experiences in the future.  For a child, a traumatic experience early in life can have an even more profound impact on their...

Living a full life with Spina Bifida

Reviewed & Edited by: Becky DiLettuso, MSW, Executive Director What is Spina Bifida? Spina Bifida, a Latin word which means “split spine,” is a condition that affects infants and  occurs in the womb when the spinal column  does not close as it should, as part of the infant’s  physical development.   While there is no known cause...

Early Intervention Therapy That Meets You and Your Child Where You Are

Where is Early Intervention Therapy delivered? Our busy lives take us to many places with our children outside the home, including child care, the supermarket, the playground and all the places in between.  So how do you integrate Early Intervention Therapy for your child into your outside world? At teli, we believe a child is...

Moving Past the Diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy

Reviewed & Edited by: Becky DiLettuso, MSW, Executive Director Can a child move past the diagnosis of cerebral palsy to enjoy a bright future? Sara Pyszka is now 28, a graduate of Wright State University with a degree in Rehabilitation Services, an author and a public speaker.   Sara is a also a graduate of teli  previously...

Early Intervention Therapy for Cerebral Palsy

The Importance of Early Intervention Therapy in the Treatment of Cerebral Palsy What is Cerebral Palsy? Cerebral Palsy is a condition that occurs during the early stages of brain development in an infant. The delicate process of brain development is disrupted by an injury or insult to the brain that happens before birth, during birth...

Early Intervention Therapy for Torticollis

Does your child have difficulty turning his or her head or lean their head to one side? Have you ever woken up with a “creek” in your neck and have a hard time turning your head?  The pain restricts your ability to turn to one side and affects your entire posture from how you sit,...

Early Intervention Therapy Impacts Go Beyond the Physical Advantages!

Over the summer, a 5 year old little girl had an idea … a lemonade stand. The big difference in this lemonade stand was where the money was going; not her piggy bank, but to help others!! Morgan, a 5 year old teli alumni, was reminiscing with her mom about her time with her teli...
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