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SLP Corner: This is a Reminder that Speech Therapy is in Your DNA

by Erik X. Raj – MS, CCC-SLP Some school-based speech-language pathologists work in school districts that have a large amount of money allocated to speech therapy materials. These are the districts that give each clinician a yearly spending budget in … Continue reading

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School Nurse’s Corner: NASN Radio

[Source:  NASN Radio] NASN Radio helps school nurses stay on top of hot topics in student health and professional development Each brief segment provides expert information and practical suggestions that busy school nurses need.   Listen to the the Most … Continue reading

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SLP Corner: “Snow” Much Fun

[Source: Doyle Speech Works] It seems this week the snow was falling across the entire nation. Snow in Tennessee, Oregon, and Louisiana. Everywhere, except right here in New Hampshire. It has been bitter cold, though and we have a lovely … Continue reading

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Not Peds But Worth a Share: When The Brain Scrambles Names, It’s Because You Love Them

[Source NPR,org] When Samantha Deffler was young, her mother would often call her by her siblings’ names — even the dog’s name. “Rebecca, Jesse, Molly, Tucker, Samantha,” she says. A lot of people mix up children’s names or friends’ names, … Continue reading

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School Psych Corner: Center for Collegiate Mental Health Annual Report

[Source:  Penn State via Medical News Today] Despite increased demand for counseling centers on college campuses, students aren’t necessarily getting sicker. Instead, it’s likely student mental health needs across the country have increased due to national prevention and awareness efforts … Continue reading

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