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  • How Do I Get Started with Therapy at Peak Potential Therapy?

    Posted on: February 15th, 2019 by Peak Potential Therapy

    Here’s How to Get Started with Therapy at Peak Potential Therapy You’ve done your research, and you know that you want to help your child. Maybe you took our early intervention quiz and found that it described what’s happening in your home, and you want to take action early to help find solutions before issues […]

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  • Do You Have Immediate Openings at Peak Potential Therapy?

    Posted on: February 14th, 2019 by Peak Potential Therapy

     Yes, we have immediate openings at Peak Potential Therapy. We are happy to meet with new families as needs arise. We believe in the importance of early, intensive and consistent therapy for children because research clearly shows improved outcomes with early and intensive services. Therefore, we typically schedule the first appointment within two weeks […]

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  • 5 Stress-Reducing Tips for Planning a Trip to Disney for a Child With Special Needs

    Posted on: February 14th, 2019 by Peak Potential Therapy

    At some point, every child dreams of going to Walt Disney World. There are very few childhood experiences that compare to the first time your child sets eyes on Mickey Mouse or Cinderella’s glimmering castle. There is a certain amount of magic in those few moments that just can’t be denied. But, for parents of […]

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  • New Year’s Resolutions for Parents of Children with Special Needs

    Posted on: January 22nd, 2019 by Peak Potential Therapy

    Resolutions to Help Make Every Day Count! Some days are more difficult than others when you are raising a child with special needs. Every day we get to spend with our children is a blessing, but there are days when your child will test you. And, there are days when you just don’t have normal […]

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  • The Five Essential Components of Evidence-Based Reading

    Posted on: December 21st, 2018 by Peak Potential Therapy

    Peak Potential Therapy is proud to incorporate an evidence-based reading strategy PRIDE Reading. If your child is struggling with reading, the PRIDE reading program may be able to help him or her. The PRIDE reading program is an evidence-based program that is made up of five major components as detailed below. PRIDE reading falls under […]

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  • What Are Your Top Tips for Communicating with Children with Special Needs?

    Posted on: December 19th, 2018 by Peak Potential Therapy

    As a facility that specializes in helping children with varying abilities, parents frequently come to us seeking tips for helping their child. We’ve prepared our top five tips that can be used in any setting for children with varying ability levels. 1. Decrease your rate of speech. In a fast-paced world, it’s easy to get […]

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  • Fee Table – Preview

    Posted on: December 11th, 2018 by Peak Potential Therapy

    Please refer to the table below for our fee breakdown. For both of our staff positions, our fees changes based on distance in miles. Staff 0-10 miles 10-20 miles 20-30 miles 30-40 miles Professional $20 $30 $40 $50 Tutor/Technician $10 $20 $30 $40 *For distances further than 40 miles, please contact us.

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  • 4 Tips to Brighten Black Friday for Your Child with Autism

    Posted on: November 20th, 2018 by Peak Potential Therapy

    Loud noises. Tight spaces. Angry mobs. Early start times on little rest. These are all things that are associated with the anti-holiday now known as Black Friday. They are also triggers that can send a child on the autism spectrum into a meltdown and create a very difficult environment for them. It’s not exactly a […]

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  • 7 Tips for Halloween for Children With Autism and Sensory Issues

    Posted on: October 9th, 2018 by Peak Potential Therapy

    Halloween should be a fun time, but for children with sensory issues or autism, this isn’t always true. Decorations and fabrics on costumes can create uncomfortably sensations and approaching unfamiliar homes can be stressful. That’s why we’ve provided our tips for making a fun Halloween for children with autism and sensory issues: • Make your […]

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  • 5 Ways You Can Help Your Child Avoid the Flu This Winter

    Posted on: October 9th, 2018 by Peak Potential Therapy

    Ah, the dreaded season is coming back again. No, not winter (although many of us in Northeast Ohio definitely dread that). It’s actually flu season (everyone dreads that)! Nobody wants to see their child get sick – especially not with something that can be as nasty as the flu can be! So, how can you […]

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