About Allison

I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in Child Development from the University of Kansas in Lawrence, and went on to get a Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Kansas Medical Center. As soon as I graduated I began building my caseload by contracting with the state of Missouri infant and toddler program. Over the last 10 years I have worked with the infant and toddler program as well as private pay cases with children up to 15 years old. I work with families on practical ways to make positive changes to their lives. I provide hands on direct therapy as well as parent education and consultation. Therapy is individualized to each child and family's specific needs. I prefer to start out with direct in home services and decrease to face to face consultation or internet-based consultation via Skype.

Case Study for Eating Therapy – Episode 92

On this Episode of the Milestones Podcast, I give a case study with strategies for working with the child and family on increasing food tolerance, and decreasing sensitivities.

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Intro and Ending Music by: Lance Carter, “A New Normal”

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Counting Bears on Amazon

Counting Bears and Color Matching Activity. Great for: Fine Motor, Language, & Cognitive Skills!

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Mentorship Opportunity!!

I am currently providing mentorship to: New OT Grad’s, OT’s New to Early Intervention, and any other Early Intervention therapist or provider that is interested!!

For a limited time, I will be available for video meetings with individuals regarding issues related to Early Intervention – and especially with Occupational Therapy.

Available NOW through the end of September! $25 per 30 minute video session one-on-one with me, Allison Carter, of the Milestones Podcast!

Send me an email at allison@mymidwesttherapy.com to schedule a session.

Food Play Therapy: Continuation of Infant and Toddler Eating Skills – Episode 91

In this Episode, I discuss specifics of food play – where to begin and how to progress with textures and variety of foods.

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Intro and Ending Music by: Lance Carter, “A New Normal”

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11 Year Old Making and Selling Oversized Baby Blankets

Baby Blanket on Etsy

This 11 year-old (who happens to be my daughter) is making and selling large baby blankets on Etsy! This is the first one she has listed. She is working on a few more, and will have those listed soon also! She has been making these for a while now, but is just getting started with online sales.

These larger sized blankets are so great for swaddling! They actually stay wrapped up in these, unlike the regular sized ones you get from the stores.

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