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So You Think Your Child Is Delayed...

Parents worry about a lot of things - if their child started talking early enough, started walking early enough, is getting along appropriately with other children, is able to color within the lines, is eating enough food, and so on. 

In our latest blog post, speech therapist Jessie Nelson Willis provides excellent - if not totally conclusive - advice about what to do if you suspect your child has a developmental delay.

Welcome to the Kid's Creek Family!

Kid's Creek is thrilled to welcome two new additions to the Kid's Creek family!

Claire Whatley  is one of two new occupational therapists. Claire received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with an emphasis on Developmental Psychology from The University of California, Santa Cruz. She received her Master's Degree in Occupational Therapy from Brenau University. She is certified by the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) and is certified in Therapeutic Listening and Interactive Metronome. Claire's specialties include: sensory processing, Down syndrome, and severe profound populations. 
Rachel Wesson is also an occupational therapist. She received her bachelor's degree in Psychology and Anthropology from The University of Georgia and a master's degree in Occupational Therapy from Colorado State University.She is certified by the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT). Rachel comes to us from The Children's Hospital in Aurora, CO where she specialized in sensory processing, behavioral difficulties, leading groups and working with children who were in intensive psychiatric services. 
The Creek Club Is Starting Up Again!
Kid's Creek Therapy is proud to offer  The Creek Club, an exceptional social skills program where students have fun developing the social competencies necessary for successful social interactions.  Groups meet for an hour once a week for eight weeks. The program is progress monitored, so you can see results and long-term improvement.

If you aren't certain whether The Creek Club is right for your child, speak to your child's therapist or read our latest blog post on the benefits of social skills groups like The Creek Club.

Call,  visit our website, or stop by the front desk for details, including available dates and times.
Coming Soon:  Superhero Week at Kid' s Creek

Calling All Superheroes!

September 12-16 is Superhero Week at Kid's Creek! 

Wear your superhero gear all week long!

Photo Courtesy Lane Pearman/flickr

Help Spread the Word About Kid's Creek!
Over the years, many of you have referred friends and family members to Kid's Creek - THANK YOU! We are thrilled that you trust us to treat your children. Would you mind taking a few minutes to support us by leaving a review on one or more of the following sites? 

Click each link to go directly to the Kid's Creek listing!

Do you know a child who needs our help? Let their parents know that we offer  FREE CONSULTATIONS and SCREENINGS . Many people are looking for a speech, occupational, or physical therapist for their child, and want to find a place that not only produces results, but values both the child and his/her family.
To refer a friend, have them mention your name and we'll take care of the rest. Plus, you will receive a Starbucks gift card for our refer-a-friend award program! 

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