Abby Declines

Kids Work Therapy is excited to welcome Abby Declines to our team. Abby is currently a college student at San Diego State University majoring in kinesiology and minoring in neuroscience. Growing up, she played volleyball and tennis, but right now she serves as a coxswain on her university’s men’s rowing team. Abby is eager to gain experience and insight into the world of occupational therapy with KWT via Telehealth by helping kids with physical exercise skills, emotional maturation, and communication.

The Efficacy of Therapeutic Listening in a Clinical Setting

An Evidence-Based Review by Marie Foster What is Therapeutic Listening? How Does It Help? Therapeutic Listening Program (TLP) is a neuroscience-based program that produces highly beneficial outcomes for people with autism.  People who use TLP find improvements in language development, sensory processing skills, find & gross motor coordination, memory, thinking skills, and emotional wellness (Advanced …

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Efficacy of Synchronized Metronome Training: Interactive Metronome Program

By Marie Foster Kid’s Work is committed to providing state of the art Occupational Therapy to children experiencing self-regulation difficulties.  One of the interventions we offer is Interactive Metronome (IM).   “Interactive Metronome, otherwise known as IM, is a training tool to improve brain ability for the information processes, attention, and executive functions by increasing the …

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