Practice Mental Health Nurse

We are fortunate to have a Mental Health Nurse, Keryn Johnston, working two days a week in our practice. Information about what Keryn can help with can be found here.

How to Create a Safe, Sensory-Friendly Backyard Landscape for Your Child With Special Needs

How to Create a Safe, Sensory-Friendly Backyard Landscape for Your Child With Special Needs

Playing outside is one of the greatest joys of childhood. Stepping out the back door into sunlight, fresh air, and freedom can provide a feeling of liberation unlike any other. There are extra considerations when your child has special needs, but time outside still can offer tremendous therapeutic benefits, especially for children with autism or similar conditions that may keep them confined indoors in highly structured, climate-controlled environments for most of the day.