Entries by tilpro

Still Recovering from a Surgery or Medical Procedure?

Recent Surgical Procedure? We have many clients who are finally able to get their Covid delayed procedures done, or have had test results requiring new procedures. Knees, hips, biopsies, moles, shoulders and feet. Oh my! Being such a timely topic, post-surgical support will be the focus for our quarterly professional Bridging® learning event next week. […]

What Does a Virtual Session Look Like?

Virtual session for your kids: What does it look like? From a mom from Southern California- “Charles has made so much improvement- so grateful for your help. He was so much more regulated after the session and he’s jumping for the first time! Those are the major noticeable changes – but I can go on […]

Would My Child Benefit from a Virtual Session?

Why should you consider a Virtual Bridging® Session? There are several reasons why you might want to give a virtual session a try. Distance: You literally can not get to our office because you are geographically distant. Schedules: The ever-changing hybrid schedule with school doesn’t allow you enough time to plan for a visit to […]

What Do You Find Yourself Missing These Days?

Taking a lesson from our kids As parents we are so busy trying to hold it all together. We worry about our parents, our children, our friends, our jobs, the animals, etc. It’s. So. Overwhelming! Part of the pity party referenced in our last post might include acknowledging what we are missing. I thought this […]

Non-Covid Reasons Your Child (and You) May Be Dreading a Return to School

School focus challenging? Or is it really a fine motor challenge? Beyond all the environmental and logistical challenges related to returning to school, some more fundamental challenges can also add to your child’s frustrations — focus and fine motor skills. Does your child seem lazy or resistant to doing their work? There is often more […]

Downtime and Silver Linings

Loosen your bone, Wilma. This was the quote on my calendar yesterday, “Loosen your bone, Wilma.” This reference to Wilma from the cartoon, The Flintstones, was quite fitting as I was heading off for a short get-away to “loosen up.” A little change of scenery helps to refresh the mind, body, and spirit. I like […]