The Pediatric Clinic 425-481-1933 | The Hand Clinic 425-892-2243 [email protected]

Events


We offer a variety of children’s groups, plus a regular Ask the Expert series for parents and caregivers

Friendship Camp

Age: 5 year olds  •  Fridays 10:00 – 11:00am

4-week series • $150


POSTPONED – Dates TBA
  

picture of young boys playing together cooperatively at bothell pediatric and hand therapy friendship camp

Nurturing Cooperative Play & Conversation Skills

No referral needed!

What is Friendship Camp?

Our Friendship Camp is created especially for 5-year-olds.

The small group members will work on:

cooperative play skills

basic problem solving

emotional vocabulary

early conversation skills

social appropriateness

Who Can Benefit from Friendship Camp?

Children who can benefit from this group:

– have challenges sharing with others

– are easily frustrated or are perfectionists

– have trouble expressing themselves

– struggle with two-way communication

– lack understanding of basic social rules

Instructor and Licensed speech therapist Abbie Parris is passionate about helping children improve their cooperative play, communication, and relationship skills. A mother of three young children, including a 5 year old, Abbie understands the many challenges that parents of this age group face.

TO REGISTER: call 425-481-1933

Friendship Camp is a self-pay class, not covered by insurance. Space is limited to 5 children per group.

Sign up today!

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Superflex® Group

Ages 7-9  •  Fridays 11:30am – 12:30pm

4-week series • $150  

POSTPONED – Dates TBA

superflex group for 7-9 year olds starting March 27 2020 at bothell pediatric and hand therapy

Social Thinking • Self-Regulation • Social Navigation

No referral needed!

Who can benefit from the Superflex Group? 

Children who can benefit from our Superflex Group have:

ADD/ADHD

Autism

Self-regulation challenges

Trouble making friends

Social Communication Disorders

What is Superflex?

Superflex is a Social Thinking Methodology that uses a superhero theme. It employs evidence-based strategies to help children improve their social competency. The Superflex tools break down complex social concepts (like taking other perspectives) into understandable and doable parts that can be applied in any setting.

Superflex helps children understand themselves and others to better navigate the social world, foster relationships, and improve their performance at school, at home, and out in the community.

Instructor: Licensed speech therapist Abbie Parris

TO REGISTER: call 425-481-1933

The Superflex Group is a self-pay class, not covered by insurance. Space is limited to 5 children per group.

Sign up today!

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Does your child have reading challenges or dyslexia?

Finish the school year in stride with our

Spring Reading Group

Ages 1st & 2nd grade  •  Tuesdays 5:00 – 6:00pm

12 week series • $585

POSTPONED – Dates TBA

1st and 2nd graders with dyslexia joining bpht spring reading group starting april 21 2020

Your child will be enabled to improve reading accuracy & spelling proficiency through:

direct instruction
group games, and
multi-sensory activities

in a supportive, small group setting with their peers.

The BPHT Reading Group is facilitated by licensed Speech Therapist Maria Tavani. Maria is passionate about the importance of literacy in language development, and has worked as a specialist in language-based reading and writing therapy for children with dyslexia and other reading disorders. Trained in the Orton-Gillingham method, she loves finding creative ways to help kids develop their auditory and visual skills to support reading success and ultimately boost their confidence.

The BPHT Reading Group is a self-pay class, not covered by insurance. Space is limited to 5 children per group.

TO REGISTER: email [email protected] or call 425-481-1933.

Space is limited, sign up today!

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All About ADHD: Strategies for Success

POSTPONED – future date TBA

Hosted by the ARC of Snohomish County • FREE

puzzle pieces look like the adhd brain

Does your child have ADD/ADHD?
Join us to learn and share information and resources so you can help your child succeed at home and at school.

Parents, caregivers, educators & professionals welcome

We’ll cover:

What is ADD/ADHD?

Common co-occurring disorders with ADD/ADHD

Strategies for behavior management and daily successes

Age-appropriate expectations for home & school environments

Tools to improve communication and increase your child’s independence

Presented by licensed occupational therapists Carolyn Kelley and Kelly Souza from Bothell Pediatric & Hand Therapy.

Location: ARC office, 2500 Hewitt Ave, Suite 300, Everett, WA 98201

RSVP (appreciated, but not required): email Alaina Kube, [email protected] or call 425-258-2459 x111.

No childcare will be provided.

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