Aural Rehabilitation

Aural rehabilitation, or aural rehab, is a service provided to manage hearing loss. Despite its auditory components, speech-language pathologists and audiologists play an important role in this form of treatment. What is Aural Rehabilitation? Aural Rehabilitation, often known as aural rehab (AR) pertains to the assessment and intervention to manage hearing loss. Individuals with hearing loss can face a variety …Read More >

Winter Car Seat Safety

Keeping warm shouldn’t risk their safety…so let’s learn more about winter car seat safety. We can all feel it coming. Winter is in the air! The mornings are chilly, and we’re starting to bundle up the kiddos for the morning drives and drop offs. It is clear that the snow will be flying soon, but there are some important reminders …Read More >

Exploring Yellowstone

A trip to Yellowstone National Park is always an adventure. If you live in or around Bozeman, Montana, it’s a relatively short drive to the park. The North and West entrances are about 1-1.5 hours away. If you are looking for something exciting to do with the whole family, a day trip or weekend trip to explore Yellowstone might be …Read More >

Mom: Be Good to Yourself!

As a mom of 5 children, there are times that I look back and say, “I did okay!” And then there are those other days that I can only think, “WOW, how did I ever get through that?” All in all, I really do feel I did a pretty good job with raising my children. They all survived their childhood …Read More >

What Does the First Pelvic Health Physical Therapy Visit Look Like?

Pelvic health is a normal thing for many physical therapy to talk about every day. But a lot of others still don’t know what pelvic health physical therapy is. Our goal at MOSAIC is to teach people what pelvic health is sooner rather than later. So, what is pelvic health? Pelvic health is a type of physical therapy that focuses …Read More >

October is AAC Awareness Month

Did you know that October is AAC Awareness Month? Do you remember your first word? Chances are it is logged in a family member or caregiver’s memory or tucked away in a baby book, marked as a milestone in a developmental checklist of sorts. The floodgates open as knowledge continues to be gained and expressive language explodes through those early …Read More >

Twice Exceptional Children

Twice exceptional children, also known as 2e, refers to gifted children who have one or more specific learning disabilities such as dyslexia, attention deficit disorder, or autism spectrum disorder. These children often require special consideration in school because they have above average intellectual ability, as well as specific learning disability. Thus, twice exceptional children have significant strengths in some areas …Read More >

Infant Play Activities

You just got home with your new bundle of joy and now you can feel the pressure of making sure you meet all of the demands of raising a child. Between all of the snuggles, feeding, and diaper changes, it is important to let your baby have some tummy time and play time. How do you play with a newborn? …Read More >