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PT Corner: Everyday Tips and Tricks for PTs to Share with Parents

by Natalie Lopez, DPT One of the main issues that I am concerned with as a pediatric physical therapist, is how parents can continue to practice the skills that I work on during our physical therapy sessions.  I always emphasize to … Continue reading


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Professional Development Corner: Documentation – A Valuable Lesson

[Source:  The Speech and Language Connection] If you had emergency surgery overnight and couldn’t go back to work for several weeks, would another clinician be able to look at your notes and pick up where you left off? Will they … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: Awareness of Vague Words

Editor’s Note:  Have you discovered the blog Word Finding for Kids?  Do yourself a favor and check it out, starting with this article! by Jan Schwanke CCC-SLP If you are old enough to remember the original Test of Word Finding, … Continue reading


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OT Corner: Students Shouldn’t Earn Brain Breaks

[Source:  Pink Oatmeal] I love brain breaks.  I  don’t love when I hear others saying that their students earned a brain break. Students shouldn’t earn brain breaks.  Hearing someone say that their class earned a brain break just seems backwards to … Continue reading


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Autism Corner: How One Boy With Autism Became BFF With Apple’s Siri

Thank you to our OT friend Loren Shlaes for the heads up on this sweet story! [The New York Times] Just how bad a mother am I? I wondered, as I watched my 13-year-old son deep in conversation with Siri. Gus … Continue reading


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