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Gender stereotypes have made us horrible at recognizing autism in women and girls

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October 12, 2016 By Matthew Rozsa Despite the stats being slightly outdated, it’s still true today! In August, the National Autistic Society called on medical professionals to change the way they diagnose women and girls with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Ever since the term autism was first coined by Hans Asperger in 1944, it has remained predominantly, if anecdotally, associated with men […]

2-Day Toilet Training Children with Developmental Disabilities

FEB 27 and MARCH 5:  DDBP Outreach 2-Day Toilet Training Children with Developmental Disabilities (9am-Noon; Cincinnati Children’s Liberty Campus) $25 one-time registration fee per family.  Register with Jennifer Gastright at jennifer.gastright@cchmc.org or 513-636-2742 For:  parents and caregivers (adults only, no childcare) Event Basics:  group format, coaches you through toilet training a child with DD, individual and/or intensive […]

What toys to buy?

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Are you looking for toys to help grow your child’s speech and language development? Melissa & Doug brand toys have a whole section of quality toys which can help foster growth of your child’s speech and language skills. Here’s their list: https://www.melissaanddoug.com/shop-by/skill/speech-and-language-skills-1/ When playing with these toys, our speech and occupational therapists can help teach […]

A Day in the Life of a Child With Slow Processing Speed

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By Julie Rawe () Kids with slow processing speed can be very bright, but their brains need more time to take in and use information. That can make it hard to finish tasks like homework. Slow processing speed can also affect kids socially and emotionally. Use this visual guide to see some of the ways slow processing speed […]

Cincinnati Sirens Partner with Pause!

This event is hosted by Pause for Parents, Play for Kids and is a free resource for Butler county families! When: Saturday, June 22, 2019 at What time:7 PM – 9 PM Where: Lakota West High SchoolCincinnati 45069 Cincinnati Therapy Connections proudly supports the PAUSE program and encourages all families who have a child with any […]

JOIN THE AUTISM SOCIETY TEAM

Join the Autism Society Greater Cincinnati team at the Flying Pig 2019 and receive a registration discount where a portion of the proceeds goes back to the ASGC to help support our autism community. Discount code works for all events, including the Half Marathon,10K, 5K and the PigAbilities event that is open to all ages with disabilities. We […]

CINCINNATI CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL AND ASSOCIATED EVENTS

MAY 2:  AUTISM & SPECIAL NEEDS NIGHT (6:30pm-10pm; Newport Aquarium) Multiple presenting partners including Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Macy’s, Families with ASD and All In For Autism Tickets required:  $19.99+tax (adults), $13.99+tax (children) Tickets available online:  www.newportaquarium.com/autismnight  **Annual Passholders must contact Laura Cook at 859-815-1478 Who:  entire family Event Basics:  sound and lighting accommodations, sensory level guides […]

Back-and-Forth Talking

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Check out this article (from MIT Researchers) on how to develop and enhance your child’s verbal skills. https://www.wbur.org/commonhealth/2018/02/14/mit-brain-study?utm_sq=fryy7lj7k4&fbclid=IwAR0upwzPNsv0BPk5Qy7OrSskQjWuvCRUnoIWxqEG20bc5PnP0x_TSJvPOqc At Cincinnati Therapy Connections, it is our goal to continue to develop, improve, and enhance your child’s verbal skills–no matter where they are in the process. Our therapists will meet your child wherever you would like (at […]

Screen Time & Kids

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Ryan Howard of Smart Parent Advice wrote an interesting article about pros and cons of screen time for your child. (See the article here:https://smartparentadvice.com/screen-time-for-kids/) Screen time. In today’s connected world, there are more and more reasons to experience screen time. Screens are so prevalent, it’s hard to avoid them altogether. Having children only complicates the […]

Happy New Year from Cincinnati Therapy Connections!

Happy New Year from Cincinnati Therapy Connections! We hope that you have had a great start to 2019! We are honored to continue serving you and your family throughout this next year. Yes, it’s a new year, but our mission in therapy remains the same–to help your child the best way possible through customized, hands-on […]