• 5 Ways To Get Moving With Speech and ABA Therapy

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

    Sensory techniques are a huge part of every speech therapy routine.  Few things pique the senses like movement.  An article from the American Academy of Pediatrics suggests that using physical activity in the teaching of academic lessons is a new, effective way of learning.  That same way of learning applies to speech and ABA therapy […]

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  • How Do I Know If My Infant Is On The Autism Spectrum?

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

    It can be hard for a parent to admit that something isn’t right with their infant.  No one wants to think about the possibility of their child having a learning or social disorder, so it can be very easy to ignore warning signs or chalk them up to excuses or rationalize behaviors, even though it’s […]

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  • 5 Myths About ABA Therapy Debunked

    Posted on: March 14th, 2018 by Peak Potential Therapy

    If you are the parent of a child who was recently diagnosed on the autism spectrum or another disorder affecting the ability to improve on socially significant behaviors, your world just became a little more complicated. People with good intentions will pop up from every nook and cranny of your life to tell you what […]

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  • How to Find ABA Gold This St. Patty’s Day

    Posted on: February 17th, 2018 by Peak Potential Therapy

    St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner! As with any holiday, it provides us with some great opportunities to get creative with EIBI and ABA techniques.  Here are some great ways to mix a little Luck O’ the Irish in with your daily routine: -Read a Book Reading a book can help with sound […]

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  • Get Ready for Camp Wonder at Peak Potential Therapy

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

    Your Summer Just Got WONDERful! Camp Wonder is now full for 2018. Peak Potential Therapy is pleased to announce another WONDERful way to learn and play with ABA: Camp Wonder, our new summer camp for 2018! Our new summer camp is designed for your child, ages 6 to 10, who would benefit from a small […]

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  • Why EIBI Works for Children on the Autism Spectrum

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

     “At 2 I knew something was wrong.  No eye contact, no baby babble, sensory issues.  I could clearly see issues, and by age three there was no doubt he was on the spectrum.” (posted by a parent on a blog at Many parents can relate to that feeling of desperation.  Something was different about […]

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  • How to Get Assistance Through the Jon Peterson Special Needs Scholarship

    Posted on: December 13th, 2017 by Peak Potential Therapy

    Peak Potential Therapy is always looking for ways to help your child receive the most assistance they can qualify for to continue their progress and growth.  The Jon Peterson Special Needs (JPSN) Scholarship Program is an exciting opportunity for your child to receive financial help to pay for the services that are listed in their […]

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  • How To Reduce The Stress Of A Busy Winter For Your Child

    Posted on: November 20th, 2017 by Peak Potential Therapy

    Winter time in Northeast Ohio brings with it ever-changing weather. Every day we wake up and wonder if we will see a blanket of white stuff on our front lawns.  And then we wonder if it will be enough to cause school cancellations. That means a schedule that can at times be chaotic. As we […]

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  • How To Help Your Child Enjoy Their Turkey Day

    Posted on: November 20th, 2017 by Peak Potential Therapy

    Ah, Turkey Day.  Time to turn on some parades, enjoy some great food and enjoy a football game with the family.  The traditions on Thanksgiving are just about universal at this point.  But to a child with ASD, what is a “routine” holiday is anything but a routine day for them. You’ll see a recurring […]

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  • How to Make Halloween A Treat For Your Child On The Autism Spectrum

    Posted on: October 27th, 2017 by Peak Potential Therapy

    Halloween and Trick-Or-Treating can be an absolutely wonderful and fun experience. But for children on the autism spectrum it can be overwhelming, and in some cases, terrifying and disorienting.  Does this mean that your child shouldn’t be able to participate in the festivities?  Not necessarily. As with many activities, a little pre-planning and preparation goes […]

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