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Choosing the Best Setting and Terms for You

Editor’s Note: This document is part of the “PediaStaff Career Guide.” Click HERE to see the entire booklet. I want to do pediatric therapy. What kind of choices do I have? What kind of placement and staffing does PediaStaff do?   PediaStaff … Continue reading


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Pediatric Therapy Corner: Benefits of Co-Treatment Sessions of Speech/Occupational Therapy

By: Kelli Ellenbaum, MS CCC-SLP There are endless benefits to co-treatment therapy sessions with the pediatric population. Co-treatments are sessions conducted with 2 or more therapists/disciplines to maximize therapeutic collaboration. At Red Door Pediatric Therapy, co-treatments are performed when therapeutic … Continue reading


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Special Ed Corner: What is Down Syndrome?

[Source:  The National Down Syndrome Society] In every cell in the human body there is a nucleus, where genetic material is stored in genes.  Genes carry the codes responsible for all of our inherited traits and are grouped along rod-like … Continue reading


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Three Common Myths of Bilingualism Debunked by a Speech Therapist

Copyright © April 2009 Bilinguistics Reprinted their with the express permission of the author as originally published on the Spanglish Baby Blog. By: Ellen Kester Is bilingualism bad for kids? Do bilinguals learn to talk later than monolinguals? Are bilinguals … Continue reading


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Pediatric Therapy Corner: The Interpretation of Handwriting

By: Liora Laufer CEO and Founder of Callirobics   I met “Matthew” in a self-paced class that was part of a dropout prevention program in our local high school. The teachers in that program have noticed that there is a … Continue reading


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