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Sped Corner: Is Special Education Paperwork Really a Problem?

[Source:  Education Week] When the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act was reauthorized back in 2004, the U.S. Department of Education offered some relief to states that said they were drowning in paperwork. One pilot program allows states to create individualized … Continue reading

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Making A Difference- Janell Marino of PediaStaff

by Keith Adams, PediaStaff Partner and VP of Recruiting As one of the members of the PediaStaff management team I have a good view of how the members of our company do their job on a daily basis. However, due … Continue reading

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OT Corner: Calm Down with Friends

[Source: All 4 My Child] Fidget toys are supposed to help kids who… well, fidget a lot. True confession: I find them often more distracting to the child, other children and adults than helpful. One day our group kids entered … Continue reading

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SLP Corner: The Best of SLP Bloggers

Editor’s Note:    PediaStaff is very honored to have been included in this fantastic resource! Enjoy! The amount of information being offered on SLP blogs each week is astounding and rather overwhelming.  Wondering how you can make better sense of … Continue reading

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OT Corner: Occupational Therapy Evals in the School – How Do They Work?

[Source:  Go-To-For-OT] by Marie Toole, MS, OTR/L Last month I wrote about the special education process and what you as a parent could expect. There was lots of information about timelines, permissions, and the kinds of evaluations that may occur. … Continue reading

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