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RRCTC Post Covid

Wow, who would have guessed spring 2020 would bring a pandemic and quarantine across the US?! We hope that along with the months of unsettling news you also found quiet time to slow down with your loved ones, reflect, and re-focus. During our time away, RRCTC successfully utilized telehealth to deliver services to many of our speech and OT clients…read more →

February Love

Our therapists are bringing the love all throughout February at RRCTC! We see ourselves as part of your tribe and since you’re always going above and beyond for your kids, we want to do the same when they are with us. That’s why we’ll be bringing out all the stops this month to create therapy activities that are not only…read more →

Sensory Ideas for families on-the-go!

Happy New Year to our RRCTC Families! It’s 2020-can you believe it?! The new year often brings many goals that we hope to attack with enthusiasm. At the clinic, we are no different, and have lots of goals for the year ahead! To reach them, we look at the big picture and then break it down into actionable steps to…read more →

December Gift Ideas

December is the month of giving, of course, and as a pediatric therapy clinic, we are often asked to share our favorite book and toy ideas for children. Parents often want to know which books and toys are not only fun and engaging, but will also help their speech and language development, hand-eye coordination, or overall therapy goals. Look to…read more →

Sensory Friendly Activities for Fall

The fall season is bringing cold temps this November, so much so, that it already feels like winter! Don’t let the cold weather keep you indoors, however, as there are many outdoor activities that you can enjoy with your children no matter the temps and the ideas listed on our latest blog are not only fun, but also sensory-friendly! Just…read more →

ABA Preschool News

On September 30th, RRCTC officially opened the ABA preschool at 4 Galloping Rd in Round Rock! This comes after many months of planning and prepping, and we couldn’t be more excited! It will serve our current ABA clients as well as future kiddos in need of additional support in a group setting. It couldn’t come at a more significant time…read more →

September Skills and Extra Supports

Now that many of us are back into the swing of things with school, it’s a fantastic time to take yet another deep breath before the hustle and bustle of the holidays are upon us! Read through our September blog, which addresses what to do if you receive any startling news from your child’s teachers regarding skill setbacks. We are…read more →

Back to school success

Are your kids heading back to school in the next few weeks? Do you feel ready or are you nervous about all the changes? Sending children back to school brings nerves, excitement, and a lot of change from the summer season. If you have children with special needs, there can sometimes be specific concerns beyond those you might have with…read more →

Sensory sensitive summer

Summer invites all types of sensory overload for many of us, and it can be challenging finding a sense of calm with bright sun, hot weather, splashing water, fire crackers, long tickling grass, park noise, strong smells of grilling and sunscreen, etc! Find a sense of calm for yourself and your sensory sensitive loved ones by planning accordingly and setting…read more →

Finding joy in June

June is a month to hopefully take a breather and enjoy school being out for the summer. In Austin, TX that can also mean it’s beginning to get hot! Try to stay cool, while keeping somewhat of a routine for yourself and your kiddos to stay productive and avoid the summer slide. Often, kiddos with special needs especially benefit from…read more →