Autism Speaks Offering Tele Learning Program for Parents


Parents of children who have recently been diagnosed with Autism can check out this upcoming web conference for free!



Great Cause & Effect Toy for Preschoolers

This is one of my favorite toys for teaching cause and effect with preschoolers!  It also teaches skills like: putting toys in, pressing a lever, and turning a dial to make sounds.  When you push the lever down, the toy lights up and music plays at the same time one of the balls spins through the inside of the toy and rolls out of the bottom right in front of the child.  You can turn the lights and sound off to simplify the cause and effect to the lever and ball if you want.  However, kids usually love learning how to make the lights and music play!


Baby Safe Feeders are Excellent for Early Feeding Skills

These feeders are great for little ones learning how to feed themselves, but without the fear of them choking! You just open it up, place a small amount of food inside, close and latch the end, and let them start tasting.  Excellent for things like peaches, pears, steak, chicken, or even ice cubes (for teething)!

Awesome Fine Motor Toy for Kids

Sort and match the pieces by color and shape.  You can also work on counting each stack of colors!

Angel Wings for your Baby’s Head

Many of the families I work with are using these Angel Wings with their little ones.  The halo protects the baby’s head when they fall backwards so their head doesn’t hit the floor.  They have worked perfectly for the people that I know who have been using them!

Allison Carter with Midwest Therapy Offering a New Service!

Presentations for local Mom’s Groups or other groups of Parents who have Infants and Toddlers now being offered at your group’s location! I am offering to speak to groups to provide information on Developmental Milestones, Potential “Red Flags” in Development, Feeding / Eating Skills, Reflexes, or Requests on any of these topics. I have over 15 years of experience educating parents on strategies to help encourage their child’s development.