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Pediatric Therapy Corner: April Fool’s Day!

Editor’s Note:  April Fool’s Day can be annoying for educators, but it can facilitate lively classroom discussion.  Here are some ideas from Edutopia!  [Source:  Edutopia] April Fool’s Day has a long and illustrious history of pranks both large and small … Continue reading


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PT Corner: Upper and Lower Limb Reduction Defects

[Source:  Beyond Basic Play] Since Microsoft’s Super Bowl commercial highlighted the life of a boy with congenital limb loss, I thought I would discuss the diagnosis here and share some resources for kiddos with limb loss. Upper and lower limb … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: 3 April Fool’s Day Pranks You Can Play on Your Students in Speech Therapy

by Eric Raj, M.S. CCC-SLP Pop quiz: What’s the name of the silly and mischievous holiday that’s celebrated each year on April 1st? If you guessed April Fool’s Day, give yourself a round of applause because you nailed it. Great … Continue reading


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Career Corner: Should I become an SLP?

[Source:  The Bilinguistics Blog] Here is an honest look as to why you might want or not want to become a speech pathologist. Do you want to get a speech pathologist talking?  Ask them why they like their job.  The reasons abound … Continue reading


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Autism Corner: Father Inspired After Child’s Autism Improved by Course of Antibiotic

[Source:  Medical News Today] John Rodakis’ son was prescribed a 10-day course of amoxicillin, one of the most frequently usedantibiotics in the US, and within just 4 days of commencing the treatment, changes were observed in his autism symptoms. “[He] began making eye contact, … Continue reading


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