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Emergent Literacy

Emergent Literacy

Strong reading and reading comprehension skills are important building blocks for academic success. So, when it seems like your child is falling behind in this area, it can be worrisome. However, there are ways to encourage literacy skills from a very young age and have fun in the process.

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Sammamish Children's Therapy Receives 2019 Best of Issaquah Award

Sammamish Children's Therapy Receives 2019 Best of Issaquah Award

Each year, the Issaquah Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Issaquah area a great place to live, work and play.

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SCT's 2019 Family Appreciation Picnic

SCT's 2019 Family Appreciation Picnic

We would like to thank all the families who attended SCT's picnic this year! We always love to see our current and former clients. Excited kids, yummy food, and a bubble pool came together to make a great time despite the clouds. Here are some of the pictures from the evening.

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The Language of Art

The Language of Art

Everyone has a flame inside of them. For some, it is easy to nurture that flame and let its light shine through. It isn’t easy for everyone though. Some of us have a storm inside. A storm that makes us question our worth. That doubt can obscure our light.

I founded Sammamish Children’s Therapy in hopes to create a place where children can feel secure, happy and confident as they grow and learn.

Each day, I see that we as a team, families and staff, have created such an environment as I watch children run into therapy to work on that which is most difficult for them as they bubble with excitement. Rey is a good glimpse into the attitude I have seen in every child at SCT.

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The Connection Between Your Child’s Toys & How They Learn

The Connection Between Your Child’s Toys & How They Learn

The Holiday season is upon us once again, which means millions of parents are asking themselves the question, “Which toy should I get my child?”

This is a question I ask myself year round. Why? Because as a speech-language pathologist, I’m passionate about supplying our clinic with toys that effectively promote communication, learning, and growth, while at the same time engage children and are endlessly fun to play with.

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At the Fire Station!

  • February 25, 2014 |
  • Kerisha Crutcher, M.S., CCC-SLP |
  • Tags: Social Groups

At the Fire Station!

Holy Smokes! Thank you Eastside Fire Department and a special thank you to Fireman Kyle for giving our social group a very unique tour of the fire station! Our kids got a special behind the scenes tour of the fire station next door. 

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How SCT Helps Children with Social Language Disorder

How SCT Helps Children with Social Language Disorder

Social language develops from birth. We observe and respond to our environment, learning the social rules of our culture over time. Social language is an intuitive process and we typically take it for granted. But for children with a social language disorder, it is confusing and overwhelming.

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How SCT Helps Children with Auditory Processing Disorder

How SCT Helps Children with Auditory Processing Disorder

Children with Auditory Processing Disorder (APD), also known as Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD), can leave their teachers, parents, and even therapists scratching their heads wondering what is wrong? Where is the breakdown? These children will often slip through the system without getting the help they need because they are seen as inattentive or “not trying.”

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