Tag Archives: Article

SLP Corner: Stuttering During the Preschool Years

Editor’s Note: Thank you to Mirla Raz for letting us know about her article on Advance [Source: Advance for Speech and Hearing] The formative preschool years, when a child’s speech and language skills progress by leaps and bounds, is also … Continue reading


Posted in SLP | Tagged , , , ,

Worth Repeating: More than Prenatal Genetics – The Search for Autism’s Origins

[Source:  Autism Speaks] Guest post by pediatric neurologist Martha Herbert, of Harvard Medical School. Dr. Herbert is the author of The Autism Revolution: Whole Body Strategies for Making Life All It Can Be. How and when does autism start?  Unfortunately we … Continue reading


Posted in OT, Psych, SLP | Tagged , , ,

Career Corner: 6 Reasons Candidates Are Choosing Contracting as a Lifestyle

by Debbie Fledderjohann There has been a lot of buzz around contract staffing as the number of contract workers continues to break records.  However, the talk usually surrounds why companies are gravitating toward contracting.  The fact is of the matter is that candidates … Continue reading


Posted in Career, OT, Psych, PT, SLP | Tagged , , , , , , ,

Worth Repeating: Children’s Speech Sound Disorders: Questions And Answers

by Caroline Bowen Caroline Bowen PhD provides speech-language pathology information and resources for consumers, professionals and students. We thank Dr. Bowen for explicitly allowing us to link to her articles.They are all found on her Website Speech is the spoken … Continue reading


Posted in SLP | Tagged , , ,

OT/PT Corner: Effective Service Coordination for Students with Acquired Brain Injury or ABI in School

Katherine A. Kimes, Ed.D., CBIS Changes in a student’s physical well-being, cognition, emotional and psychosocial behaviors after a traumatic (TBI) or acquired brain injury  (ABI) can stigmatize the child in school. Therefore, it is important to address all these areas … Continue reading


Posted in OT, PT | Tagged , , , ,