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SLP Corner: Top Games for Middle School Speech Language Therapy

[Source:  Natalie Snyders Speech-Language Pathologist] One question I am asked a lot is, “What are your favorite games and activities to use with middle school students in speech-language therapy?”  Today, I would like to share with you my top 13 favorites. … Continue reading


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PT Corner: Using a Swing to Work on Jumping

[Source:  Starfish Therapies] We have recently had several kids who are struggling with jumping.  Sure, they clear their feet when they jump, but they are relying on using their hips to lift their feet, rather than push off through the … Continue reading


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Pediatric Therapy Corner: National Eating Disorder Awareness Week

Editor’s Note:  This week is National Eating Disorder Awareness Week.    As therapy and clinical professionals, we are in a unique position to know our students and clients.  According to the National Institutes of Health 2.7 percent of children aged … Continue reading


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Preemie Corner: Is the NICU Too Quiet for Premature Babies?

[Source:  Washington University in St. Louis via Futurity.org] Premature babies often spend the first several weeks of life in neonatal intensive care units (NICUs), where, ideally, they are protected from too much noise stimulation. However, the trend to private rooms … Continue reading


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School Psych Corner: Transform Test Anxiety by Saying These Phrases

[Source: School Psyched] Take this quick test: You’re about to give the biggest speech of your life. One thousand pairs of eyes are glaring at you—you’re nervous. In fact, your heart is racing, your palms are clammy, your breath is shallow, … Continue reading


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