10 Tips for Mealtime Success with a Problem Eater

LLA Therapy’s Feeding Specialist, Mallory Hawley M.A., CCC-SLP, gives 10 tips for “Problem Eaters” Problem eaters are individuals who have less than 30 foods in their repertoire. They often experience food jags, where they continuously eat the same food daily (i.e., Cheetos) and then suddenly don’t want to eat it again (often times never adding this food back into their …

Fall and Winter Programming 2014-2015

LLA Therapy Clinic Director Bridget Francisco discusses our upcoming programming for Fall and Winter 2014We are rolling out new programs for Fall and Winter at our Fairlawn office location. Our first program starts in September. If you are interested in any of the following programs, please give us a call at 330-867-2240, or email us: info@llatherapy.org Super Saturdays Socialization, Sensory, …

Hand Strengthening Exercises For Home

LLA Therapy’s own Elise Bondy COTA/L talks about great ways to work on hand strengthening in the homeLooking for creative ways to prepare your child for school? You can strengthen their hands and fingers in preparation for handwriting and have them help around the house at the same time! Sound too good to be true? Check out my tips below:Water …

LLA Therapy Medina Is Moving to a New Location

LLA Therapy President, Troy McClowry, announces LLA Therapy’s new office location in Medina.I am excited to announce that on September 1, 2014 we will be moving our Medina office location. Our new home will be in the Ferrell-Whited Physical Therapy offices at 700 E Washington St. in Medina. This collaboration will enable us to provide additional services to our patients …

Stars and Stripes 2014

Stars and Stripes Camp Coordinator Matthew Hagge M.A., CCC-SLP reflects on the fun summer at our social communication program.  Stars and Stripes 2014 is coming to a close. It has been a fun summer with lots of exciting activities, new faces, and plenty of new memories.If you are unfamiliar with our program; Stars and Stripes is a summer camp that …

Using a New Sound in Conversation

 LLA Therapy Speech Language Pathologist, Matthew Hagge M.A., CCC-SLP, discusses tips to carry over sounds to conversation Transferring a former troublesome sound to conversation can be a very difficult task for a child and an extremely frustrating experience for a parent. A statement that I often hear from parents is: “He can say his ‘R’ sound awesome! But why can’t …