Author


All posts by cct

May is Physical Fitness & Sports Month!


May is National Physical Fitness & Sports Month   All of us, no matter our age or limitations, can encourage each other to get up, get out and be active! Whether it’s walking around the...
read more

Its World Autism Awareness Month!


A mother writes, “My 10 year old son with Asperger’s was asked to write a poem for school titled ‘I Am’ he was given the first 2 words in every sentence. This is what he...
read more

Sensory Friendly Concerts in April: The Old Magician


Seattle Symphony musicians and Board-Certified Music Therapist Michael Thomas bring audience members along on a journey with an old magician’s assistant as he helps his master with one last...
read more

A wonderful review from a parent!


“Our therapist is wonderful!  Her work with my son has truly changed our lives.  When we made the referral to the clinic, our two-year-old was constantly crashing into furniture, people,...
read more

“I have a son with autism, and I feared calling the police”


Here is an informative article by Kate Riley, a Seattle Times editor, about her recent experience with law enforcement and her autistic son. Read here        
read more

Spotlight on Staff


Forest Cardenas – Office Support For an office to run smoothly in a busy clinic like ours, having occasional back up support is always appreciated. That’s where our great friend Forest...
read more

Celebrating Administrative Professionals’ Day!


Celebrating Administrative Professionals’ Day! Here is our hard working ladies taking a moment to enjoy a lunch together at The Rusty Pelican here in Mill Creek. We appreciate all they do!
read more

Welcome Michelle our new PT!


Michelle graduated from the University of Puget Sound receiving her degree in Physical Therapy in 1986.  She is a certified Pediatric Clinical Specialist (PCS). Her certification, obtained in 2013...
read more