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Occupational Therapy Corner: It’s the Little Things that Make Life BIG!

Editor’s Note:  Thank you to PediaStaff contractor, Susan Mullins who offered to write this fantastic article on behalf of PediaStaff for Anne Zachry’s blog! [Source:  Pediatric Occupational Therapy Tips] Alaska…where salmon is a staple and hearts, mountains, glacial lakes, eagles, … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: Blurred Lines

[Source: Advance Healthcare Network] by Lucas Steuber, MA-T, MS SLP/CF It’s 6PM on a Tuesday, and Lindsey is taking her children to swim practice.  In the back seat, they are talking excitedly about whatever the new game is while struggling … Continue reading


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School Therapy Corner: 5 Strategies for Recovering After Your Worst Day Teaching

[Source:  Edutopia] Ice crystallized on the windshield, then a tire burst on the way to school, making you late. By the time you arrived, the computer (with the video clip and presentation cued up) froze. Minutes later, Jason pulled the … Continue reading


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AAC Corner: (Video) AAC for Students Who Can Speak

[Source:   PrAACtically AAC] We often get this question from our fellow SLPs, particularly those who work with students who have autism. From the question alone, it seems like AAC is not needed, and would be a step backward for … Continue reading


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Pediatric OT Corner: Managing Olfactory Sensitivity

[Source:  Therapy Fun Zone] I have worked with some kids who are very sensitive to certain smells, and they have trouble being in places where there are certain scents. Optimally, we want these kids to get de-sensitized so that they … Continue reading


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