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PT Corner: Working With Paraprofessionals In Physical Therapy {Free Printable}

[Source:  Accomplished Accommodations] by Nicole Quast Some of the most important people I work with as a physical therapist in the educational setting are the paraprofessionals.  The amount of assistance the paraprofessionals give to my students varies from student to … Continue reading

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Pediatric Therapy Corner: Why Young Kids Learn Through Movement

[Source: The Atlantic] One of my children is spinning in a circle, creating a narrative about a princess as she twirls. The other is building a rocket ship out of a discarded box, attaching propellers made of cardboard and jumping … Continue reading

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OT Corner: Old-Timey Fun = Therapy

[Source:  Go-To-For-OT Blog] In over three decades of being a mother and occupational therapist, I have seen such a drastic shift in the amount and type of play that children in our country participate in today. With the summer school … Continue reading

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SLP Corner: 4 Ideas to Augment Your Voice Treatment

[Source:  ASHA Leader Blog] You are the queen or king of the laminator. Your treatment materials fill the school speech room bookcase and the boards sag from the weight. Among these are likely voice resources, such as the Source for Voice Disorders, to consult when … Continue reading

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School Psych Corner: Helping Children Coping with a Family Member with Young Onset Dementia

[Source:  Medical X-Press] A pioneering study led by researchers from the University of Sheffield is helping to give a voice to children and young adults who are living with a parent with dementia. There are estimated to be at least … Continue reading

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