Free Community Yoga

Yoga Classes At TheraPLACE To Benefit Best Buddies

TheraPLACE is happy to announce we are hosting donation-based yoga classes on Saturdays from 10:00 AM to 11:15 AM during the month of October. Everyone is invited to attend these all-level yoga classes. Beginners are welcomed and encouraged!

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Way To Go Paige!

Way to Go Paige!

TheraPLACE would like to recognize Paige for her excellent progress towards improving her overall strength, especially lower body and core, balance, and coordination. All of these greatly improved skills will carry 

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Way to go Aniyah!

Way to go Aniyah!

Over the past three years at TheraPLACE Aniyah has made continuous progress toward all of her goals, but she has truly earned a round of applause for her amazing strides related to handwriting.  When Aniyah started at TheraPLACE we focused on refining her ability to imitate and then independently draw shapes

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2017 Steps to Independence Walk

Team TheraPLACE is looking for team members for the 2017 Steps to Independence Walk!

TheraPLACE Learning Center is pleased to announce its participation in the 2017 Steps to Independence Walk supporting Down Syndrome of Louisville (DSL). This is our fourth year participating in this event and Team

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Common Handwriting Concerns

Common Handwriting Concerns & How to Address Them

Learning to write can be both fun and challenging. By recognizing common handwriting concerns, you can help your child master this uniquely complex skill. Listed below are frequently observed handwriting concerns and tips from the TheraPLACE occupational therapy team on how to correct them.

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Little hands finished writing the number 5 on a small chalkboard.

Learning Without Tears: Wet-Dry-Try

Learning Without Tears: Wet-Dry-Try

The new school year is here! Help your children learn letter formation with this sensory rich activity. Formly Handwriting Without Tears, the Learning Without Tears handwriting curriculum was development by an occupational therapist who was seeking a fun and developmentally appropriate way to teach children to write letters and numbers. Wet-Dry-Try is just one method for teaching capital letters to your children.

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