Letter To Our Families Regarding COVID-19

MOSAIC Rehabilitation recognizes the ongoing and increased uncertainty COVID-19 is causing in our community. At this time MOSAIC is open, and our highest priority is the health and well-being of our clients and employees. With that in mind, we wanted to update you on the actions we are taking in response to the outbreak, in addition to our normal cleaning …Read More >

Ideas To Keep Your Kids Busy While Schools Are Closed

Not everyone is prepared to be at home with our kids instead of sending them to school. Need something to keep your kids busy while schools are closed? Here are some ideas, including some ideas that are NOT screen time. We will add to the list as we get more. Stay safe, be kind, practice social distancing, and wash your …Read More >

Fitness With a Side of Dysfunction?

Wow! A lot has changed since I first started writing this article about fitness. COVID 19 is changing all of our lives. People are working from home. Schools are closed. We are all trying to maintain our social distance. We talk a lot about taking care of our kids in this newsletter. But, we also need to make sure we …Read More >

Picky Eater or Problem Feeder?

Does your child have problems eating? Is mealtime stressful? Do you know if they are a picky eater or a problem feeder? Pediatric therapists get this question often and, as a result, have tried to come up with an answer. The consensus after lots of classes, trainings, research, and conversations with families and other health care professionals, is that a …Read More >

New Moms Class February 15th

MOSAIC is excited to offer a brand new class focusing on new moms. The class is designed for women who are thinking about getting pregnant, are currently pregnant, or have had a baby in the last 3 months. Learn what to expect in the first few weeks of life for your new baby and new body from the perspective of …Read More >

Birth to Five Language for Real Life

Parenthood can be hard, and toddlers can make it even trickier. It’s not always easy to sit down and have structured time to expose kids to vocabulary and educational concepts, particularly in those early years. The good news is, there is an easier way! As speech therapists, part of our job is to teach parents how to incorporate critical language …Read More >

Play: Our New Year’s Challenge

Parents: Participate in floor play time for 15-30 minutes a day with each child. Just like that, another year has gone by. Our challenge to you in 2020 is to get down on the floor and play with your child for 15 minutes of uninterrupted, technology free, one on one time, every day. Life gets busy, we know it, but …Read More >

Gift Ideas that Support Development

Whether it’s the upcoming holidays, a birthday, or your child just needs something new to hold their attention, choosing toys that promote learning are a great way to help your child build skills through play. Try to stay away from toys that light up and make a lot of noise. And remember, kids need a model to learn, so make …Read More >

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