Self-Regulation in Young Children

Occupational therapists at Speech & Occupational Therapy of North Texas often treat children with sensory challenges. Helping families understand self-regulation and helping our clients develop better coping skills for sensory regulation leads to greater success with treatment goals and participation in daily life. Self-regulation is the ability to control and direct one’s own feelings, thoughts,…

Case study for occupational therapy

Ari* is a 7 year old with a diagnosis of autism (ASD), who was referred to our clinic for occupational therapy evaluation. His pediatrician recommended our clinic since we specialize in treatment of children with ASD and other intellectual and developmental disabilities. His parents were concerned that Ari had sensory, fine motor and attention deficits…

Will Speaking Two Languages in the Home Negatively Impact Language Development in Children?

Bilingual Environments – Impact on Language Development We live in a multicultural environment!  It is exciting to experience the cuisine and customs that are becoming a part of our community.  At one time, a third generation Texan might wonder what was being said between two shoppers conversing in Spanish in the grocery aisle.  Now, we…

Speech and OT

Speech & Occupational Therapy of North Texas offers the highest quality speech, language and occupational therapy to the pediatric population in North Texas. We provide our services with a loving, nurturing attitude toward the child and with compassionate, comprehensive support and input for the family. Our model integrates direct treatment with family support and training…