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Helping children of all abilities develop the skills to eat and drink safely and peacefully. Our feeding team, comprised of Speech Language Pathologists and Occupational Therapists, apply principles from advanced training to evaluate and treat patients with feeding concerns. We work with children who experience difficulty with acceptance of new foods/textures, patients who have feeding […]
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Our next Parent & Guardian Support Group will take place on Tuesday, July 30th. This group will focus on”Peaceful Feeding” and ideas and suggestions to help your child have a good feeding experience. It will also address common mistakes and positive steps toward helping your child. It will be facilitated by Cheshire Fitness Zone Feeding […]
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Our monthly newsletter will include anything from tips, tricks, upcoming events, employee spotlights or OT, PT and ST news! If you have not seen our Monthly Employee Spotlight video, check out the recap on this month’s newsletter and click here to watch the video!
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At Cheshire Fitness Zone (CFZ), our goal is to help children and adolescents of all ages feel confident in growing their abilities through therapeutic programs that strengthen and teach new skills for use in everyday life. Our Services  Physical Therapy (PT)  Occupational Therapy (OT)  Speech Therapy (ST) Our monthly “Employee Spotlight Series” offers a chance to meet members […]
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Real Meals with Sophia Your baby is holding their head up independently and sitting up upright with some support, propping up on their elbows while lying on their tummy, no longer sticking out their tongue when something is put in their mouth, and is at least 4 months old. It’s time. It’s time to start introducing real […]
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A Guide to Safe Listening for your Children: Headphones and Hearing Children are beginning to wear headphones at younger and younger ages. Brands of headphones are even claiming to be “safe for young ears.” The devices with this claim limit the volume at which sound can be played. Parents rely on these headphones to prevent […]
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Our Orange clinic, located at 308 Racebrook Road in Orange, CT is hosting a day for sensory-friendly haircuts! “Finding Snip Snaps and Elizabeth was a game changer and I’d recommend her to anyone. Especially anyone with a child who throws a fit when they get a haircut. The stylist totally makes a difference. Thanks Liz” […]
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Our monthly newsletter will include anything from tips, tricks, upcoming events, employee spotlights or OT, PT and ST news! If you have not seen our Monthly Employee Spotlight video, check out the recap on this month’s newsletter and click here to watch the video!
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At Cheshire Fitness Zone (CFZ), our goal is to help children and adolescents of all ages feel confident in growing their abilities through therapeutic programs that strengthen and teach new skills for use in everyday life. Our Services  Physical Therapy (PT)  Occupational Therapy (OT)  Speech Therapy (ST) Our monthly “Employee Spotlight Series” offers a chance to meet members […]
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Real Meals with Sophia Your baby is holding their head up independently and sitting up upright with some support, propping up on their elbows while lying on their tummy, no longer sticking out their tongue when something is put in their mouth, and is at least 4 months old. It’s time. It’s time to start introducing real […]

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