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OT Corner: OT and Public Health – Collaboration for Improved Health

[Source:  OT Potential] Amanda Scates-Preisinger, MPH- Guest Writer Occupational therapists strive to see their clients through a holistic lens, looking at how personal factors interplay with the disease process. However, taking a holistic view also means taking an even wider … Continue reading

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Book Review: Children’s Songs for Therapy

Book Title:  Children’s Songs for Therapy By:  Rachel See, MA, MT-BC Review By: Jena H. Casbon Music therapy has long been proven to be extremely beneficial for children with a variety of special needs. If you’re looking for an all-inclusive … Continue reading

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School Psychology Corner: My Reports are my Lasting Legacy

[Source:  the Burgeoning School Psychologist] There’s a student in my school right now whose behavior is eliciting panicked reactions from teachers and support staff alike and rightfully so. This poor kiddo is currently experiencing massive withdrawal symptoms from not taking … Continue reading

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SLP Corner: Introducing Speech Therapy Students to the Idea of Speaking on the School’s Loudspeaker

by Erik X. Raj One of my most favorite things about being a school-based speech-language pathologist is that at the start of each school day, you usually get to hear some morning announcements on the loudspeaker. And those morning announcements, … Continue reading

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Literacy Corner: 20 Questions/Answers about Dyslexia That Teachers Can Use

[Source:  Reading Rockets] Dyslexia often is confusing for parents and teachers as the manner in which it presents can differ widely among children and youths. Dyslexia can go undetected for a long time, but it is neurologically based, known to … Continue reading

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