October 2018
Featured Blog Post
What Is a Parent's Role at Therapy?

Week after week, parents bring their children to our clinic. They walk in our doors, hand-in-hand with their children, and trust that when their child goes back to the treatment room the therapist knows best. It's important for parents to trust us, but it's even more important that the parent and the therapist are on the same page. It takes a coordinated effort by both to help a child reach his or her potential. 

In this month's featured blog post, Margaret  shares some thoughts from her heart regarding the partnership between parents and therapists,  how the roles of parents and therapists are different, and how we can support each other to help a child succeed.
You're Invited to  Trunk or Treat!

Kid's Creek kids and their siblings are invited to Trunk or Treat on Saturday, October 27 from 10am until noon. Download the flyer for more details.
Dress Up Week at Kid's Creek!

Monday, October 29 through Friday, November 2
will be Dress-up Week at Kid's Creek!

Kids and therapists alike are encouraged to come in costume in preparation for one of our favorite holidays - Halloween!

Will you be a princess?

A superhero?

A villain?

We can't wait to find out!

Get to Know You: Alan Harding

We're adding a new feature to the Kid's Creek newsletter: Get to Know You ! We're asking our therapists a few questions to give our families a peek into who they are as people, not simply therapy providers. Occupational Therapist Alan Harding is our first subject.


Who is your hero? Batman, because he is a symbol of self-sacrifice


What is your proudest accomplishment?

Winning the Outdoor Division 1 State Track & Field Championship with only 8 teammates during my senior year of high school - plus I was team captain


Have you ever had a nickname? What is it?

Snowman, because I would never wear a jacket to track practice in cold weather

If you had to describe yourself as an animal, which one would it be?
Otter, because I am family/friend oriented and VERY playful

Now that you've learned some fun facts about Alan, feel free to check out his bio on our website.
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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