Come Play, STL

Serving families in the STL area through a holistic, non-medicated approach to therapy, led by a multidisciplinary team of medical professionals; including Speech-Language, Occupational, and Mental Health therapy for children, adolescents, and teens.

Operating as usual

We are all unique and different in our own ways. Different, yes. But not less. Not less than anything.

Occupational therapy (also called OT) can help with play, improve school performance, and aid in daily activities by developing children's fine motor, gross motor, and sensory skills. Occupational therapy can also boost children’s self-esteem and sense of accomplishment.

We have no waitlist for our occupational therapy services!

We know you believe in your kids and we believe in them too!

Sand tray play allows kids to explore! Explore their emotions and explore new sensory sensations! We love to bury and find toys over and over in the sand.

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At Come Play, STL, we celebrate and support Neurodiversity! Having all kinds of minds makes the world thrive!

When you leave Come Play, STL we want you to leave with the tools and the confidence to help your child use their newly learned skills at school, at home, and everywhere in between. Our goal is for your child to succeed in therapy and beyond!

Children's brains are still developing and take more time to process than an adult brain- they really do need more time than we usually leave!

Today (or any day) feels like a good day to hang out in our treehouse and relax! Filled with pillows and soft lights, the treehouse is a place where many children feel safe and comfortable.

Where is your child's favorite place to feel safe and comfortable at your house?

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We are better together!

Playing games with friends allows children to develop many life-long skills, such as, taking turns, using good communication, being able to wait, following directions, and working through big emotions!

These are some of the same skills we work on in our social skills groups, for preschool to upper elementary!

There is still time to register for one of our many groups!

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Our clients at ComePlay, STL typically graduate in 6 months, much sooner than other traditional approaches to therapy. This is due to our comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach, use of cutting-edge treatments, and focus on whole-child wellness.

We love developing long-term relationships, but we're thrilled to see the progress our kiddos make in such a short time!

We are currently accepting new clients for Speech-Language therapy and Occupational therapy with NO WAITLIST!

Start your child's journey today!

Being silly is a great way to shake off the stress of the day and connect with your little one!

How high would you climb if you knew that even if you fell someone would be there to catch you and help you start climbing again?

We are ready to support you, your child, and your family so you can keep on conquering whatever mountains come your way.

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Therapy can be hard work but it is also time for laughter and fun, especially for kids!

At Come Play, STL our therapy is fun and FUNctional!

Sensory boxes or a sand tray give children an opportunity to learn about sensory skills, emotional regulation, social interactions, new vocabulary, and even motor skills!

I can > I can't!

Let us help your child "open the door" to more opportunities for learning, sharing, and growing this year!

We offer Speech-Language therapy, Occupational therapy, Play therapy, and Psychological assessments for children ages 1-17. We are ready to be your collaborative partner!

What motor and speech-language skills can we expect a Kindergartener to have?

While all children develop on their own timeline, if you have any concerns about your child’s development, reach out! You have nothing to lose by being proactive and early intervention is key!

Some children are cautious by nature. They have a strong sense of danger, right and wrong, or potential hazards. Being cautious can be a good thing, but what if being overly cautious starts to hold them back?

Finding the right combination of Occupational therapy (for sensory or motor needs), Speech-Language therapy (for communication), or Play therapy (to build confidence and comfort) can help a cautious child handle new or unfamiliar situations with assurance.

These are just some of the social skills we focus on in our in-person group therapy classes. As this time of social distancing has made it challenging for our kids to develop these much-needed skills.

Our social skills groups for Spring 2021 are forming now! Contact us today to reserve your child's spot.

We are currently accepting new clients for Speech-Language therapy, Occupational therapy, and Play therapy! Our services are provided In-Clinic and via Telehealth, depending on your level of comfort and need. We'd love to answer any questions you might have about taking the next steps for your child.

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Why I LOVE what I do..THE KIDS!

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After this last year (🥴😒 ) our New Years resolution for 2021 is: KEEP ON GETTING UP!!

As we celebrate saying good-bye to 2020 and hello to 2021, here are a few tips from our Occupational Therapists on how to make this New Year celebration one for everyone!

1. Watch videos of fireworks - This can help with controlling the volume and brightness. If seeing fireworks in-person consider using headphones/ ear plugs and creating a safe spot for your child to watch the fireworks (cozy blanket, favorite chair, private location.)

2. Instead of new years poppers - try a balloon drop or confetti throw!

3. Have a schedule to prepare your child for what the night will consist of. Talk through each event to help your child know what to expect.

4. Celebrate at noon instead of midnight so that your little ones can feel part of the celebration and still keep their bedtime routine.

Happy New Year from Come Play, STL to you! May this be your best year yet!

Little people have lots of big feelings! Those big feelings can sometimes overwhelm both parent and child. We are here to help your child learn to manage their big feelings and to help parents support their child through it all.

The members of our Minecraft social skills group got these awesome Minecraft key chains personalized with two words they embodied throughout the group! We had so much fun!

Our next round of Minecraft social skills groups are forming now!

Play therapy is a way to interact with a child that honors their unique developmental level and looks for ways to help by using the “language” of the child – PLAY.

Our licensed mental health professionals therapeutically use play to help our clients better express themselves and resolve their problems.

In play therapy, toys are the child's words and play is the child's language!

Find out more at www.a4pt.org

Friendship and peer interactions are important parts of development. We offer one-on-one social skills education, as well as, social skills groups! By providing both of these options, we can ensure that our clients are able to use their skills at home, school, and throughout their lives.

Our social skills groups for Spring 2021 are forming now! Contact us today to reserve your child's spot.

Been there, done that...4 times today!

Merry Christmas from all of us at Come Play, STL! The greatest gift we have received this year, is getting to support so many wonderful children and their families.

Merry Christmas Eve!

All you moms, dads, sisters, brothers, aunts, uncles, and every loved one in-between give those little lights of your life and big squeeze (whether in-person or virtually) today!

Those elves are at it again!

Happy Holidays from our client support specialist, billing specialist, and our interns!

Wrapping gifts is a great way to practice those OT skills over the holidays!

Wrapping gifts targets many skills like...

🎁 Bilateral Coordination (using 2 hands in a coordinated manner) to fold and tape paper
✂️Scissor skills
✋Hand strength (pulling off tape)
👌Modulation of force (how hard do I need to pull the paper)
✍️Handwriting (writing gift tags)
📏Measuring the paper

During the last two weeks, we have made these adorable Christmas crafts to send to the residents of nursing facilities who might need a little extra holiday cheer this year!

If you would like to participate, you can drop off unsigned (sorry no names allowed) crafts to Come Play, STL and we will deliver them!

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3115 S. Grand Blvd #224
St. Louis, MO
63118

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 19:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 19:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 19:00
Thursday 09:00 - 19:00
Friday 09:00 - 19:00
Saturday 09:00 - 14:00
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