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Immediate daytime openings in occupational therapy!

St. David’s Center opened new, state-of-the-art occupational therapy gyms this spring, including our Super Gym, which enables us to serve children up to age 13. The addition increases our total number of treatment spaces to 11, and allows us to work with even more children and keep wait lists shorter. Because of this expansion, we now have immediate openings in occupational therapy for appointments between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday-Friday.

Now is a good time to enroll your child in Occupational Therapy. Contact our CORE navigators at 952.548.8700 to begin. They are ready to guide you through a process that ensures comprehensive care.

Welcome packet for the 2016-2017 school year

The 2016-2017 school year has begun! Here is a welcome packet containing helpful information for your family. In this packet you will find a calendar, updated policy information (including the new autopay system), strategies for school success, and more. We are so glad you have chosen St. David's Center for your child's education, and we look forward to helping them learn and grow. 

How to talk to your child about tough topics

Every parent (and grandparent) is faced at one time or another with a situation where a child asks a difficult question about a tough topic. Current events can blur the line between fantasy and reality, and that is confusing for kids. Children are naturally curious. Their questions about sexuality or divorce are often challenging to address. Kate Rickord, licensed psychologist and Senior Director of Foster Care and Adoption at St. David’s Center, gives good advice and some straight talk about how to respond on a recent MomEnough podcast with Marti Erickson. Listen online and check out our tip sheet on our parenting section of the website. 


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