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Here’s how we put the FUN in FUNction!

Join us on our journey as we explore FUN ways to support developing skills in all areas of a child’s life. Our informative videos and blogs are designed to support parents as they learn how to build their child’s skills using play!

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Using our techniques for thirty minutes each day can improve your child’s functional skills.

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Fun at the park can start as early as eight months old.

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Total Number of Senses

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Combined number of years Mary & Suzanne have worked with children.

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Passport to the PARK

Our videos and blogs have been categorized into 6 general areas. We guarantee you will find inspiration and FUN with each and every one!

Gross Motor Coordination

The right sensory inputs can feed and improve your child’s skills.

Balance

The park provides everything you need to create fun activities that strengthen the foundations for good balance.

Fine Motor Coordination

Let’s dig in to activities that support and expand the sensations underlying fine motor coordination.

Eye Hand Coordination

We have lots of ideas to make sports and school based activities areas of strength for your child.

Focus and Attention

Find out which sensory systems support focus and attention and how to access them at the park.

Social Skills

Our videos and blogs have been categorized into 6 general areas. We guarantee you will find inspiration and FUN with each and every one!

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READ OUR BLOG

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PASSPORT TO BABY’S FIRST YEAR

During our Passport to Baby’s First Year journey, we teach you about the three basic types of sensory babies we see in our practices: the sensitive baby, the organized baby, and the sleepy baby.

Our goal is to help you identify which category your baby is in and give you sensory strategies to support his or her comfort and development. Baby bliss, here we come!

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Sensitive Baby

 

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Sleepy Baby

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Who We Are

Mary Singer

Mary Singer

Pediatric Occupational Therapist

Mary Singer, MS, OTR/L has over 35 years of experience as a pediatric occupational therapist. She has coauthored publications in the field of occupational therapy and has developed educational classes for both therapists and parents of young children. Mary specializes in the evaluation and treatment of babies and children with a wide array of abilities and diagnoses including ADHD, Autism, Developmental Delays, and Sensory Integration and sensory processing disorders. Mary is SIPT (Sensory Integration and Praxis Tests) certified in Ayres Sensory Integration®.

Suzanne Greenwood

Suzanne Greenwood

Pediatric Occupational Therapist

Suzanne Greenwood OTR/L is a University of Southern California graduate with over 16 years of direct service as a pediatric occupational therapist. Suzanne is SIPT (Sensory Integration and Praxis Tests) certified and has completed the fidelity training in Ayres Sensory Integration®. In 2003, Suzanne established Centerpointe for Children, a pediatric OT clinic with a strong emphasis in sensory processing and integration. She has extensive experience in relational, play-based therapy and frequently partners with Marriage and Family Therapists, Psychoanalysts, Psychologists, and Social Workers to support children ages 2-15 of varying diagnoses across environments.

Mary Singer

Mary Singer

Pediatric Occupational Therapist

Mary Singer, MS, OTR/L has over 35 years of experience as a pediatric occupational therapist. She has coauthored publications in the field of occupational therapy and has developed educational classes for both therapists and parents of young children. Mary specializes in the evaluation and treatment of babies and children with a wide array of abilities and diagnoses including ADHD, Autism, Developmental Delays, and Sensory Integration and sensory processing disorders. Mary is SIPT (Sensory Integration and Praxis Tests) certified in Ayres Sensory Integration®.

Suzanne Greenwood

Suzanne Greenwood

Pediatric Occupational Therapist

Suzanne Greenwood OTR/L is a University of Southern California graduate with over 16 years of direct service as a pediatric occupational therapist. Suzanne is SIPT (Sensory Integration and Praxis Tests) certified and has completed the fidelity training in Ayres Sensory Integration®. In 2003, Suzanne established Centerpointe for Children, a pediatric OT clinic with a strong emphasis in sensory processing and integration. She has extensive experience in relational, play-based therapy and frequently partners with Marriage and Family Therapists, Psychoanalysts, Psychologists, and Social Workers to support children ages 2-15 of varying diagnoses across environments.

Contact Us

If you are not at the park, drop us an email!