Category Archives: SLP

Hot Jobs: Outpatient Jobs Throughout Arkansas

PediaStaff is are actively recruiting for a couple of growing multi-facility clinics in Arkansas that provide year round services to children in day care and pediatric settings.   Several positions are available throughout the northeast and northwestern parts of the … Continue reading


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Life Cycle of a Pumpkin Craft

Editor’s Note:  Halloween will be over soon, but pumpkins are good all autumn long.  I love this craft for speech and language work!  Fantastic for following directions, sequencing, conversation and storytelling.   How else would you use it for therapy? … Continue reading


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Professional Development Corner: Documentation – A Valuable Lesson

[Source:  The Speech and Language Connection] If you had emergency surgery overnight and couldn’t go back to work for several weeks, would another clinician be able to look at your notes and pick up where you left off? Will they … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: Awareness of Vague Words

Editor’s Note:  Have you discovered the blog Word Finding for Kids?  Do yourself a favor and check it out, starting with this article! by Jan Schwanke CCC-SLP If you are old enough to remember the original Test of Word Finding, … Continue reading


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Child-Directed Play Blends Kids with Autism into Group

[Source:  Psych Central] Finding a setting that allows autistic kids to socialize with more normally developing peers is often a Catch-22 for parents. For while autistic youth need significant practice to develop social skills, deficits in this skill set often make … Continue reading


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