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Hot Job! School Contract SLP – Fairfield, CT

We have a wonderful school contract opportunity for a Speech-Language Pathologist starting in early December and running through the end of the school year. This is a full-time position for 37.5 hours per week working with elementary-aged students at two … Continue reading

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Study: Direct and Positive Link Between Eating Breakfast and Educational Outcomes

[Source:  Science Daily] A direct and positive link between pupils’ breakfast quality and consumption, and their educational attainment, has for the first time been demonstrated in a ground-breaking new study carried out by public health experts at Cardiff University. The … Continue reading

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Insights into Changes to Developing Brain Caused by Gene Associated with Autism

[Source:  Science Daily] A study led by the University of Utah School of Medicine provides new insights into how the subtle changes within cells, caused by disruptions in a gene called Kirrel3, could underlie some types of intellectual disability and … Continue reading

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OT Corner: OT and Public Health – Collaboration for Improved Health

[Source:  OT Potential] Amanda Scates-Preisinger, MPH- Guest Writer Occupational therapists strive to see their clients through a holistic lens, looking at how personal factors interplay with the disease process. However, taking a holistic view also means taking an even wider … Continue reading

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Recognizing Basic Structure of Language Not Unique to Man

[Source:  Medical X-Press] A team led at Newcastle University, UK, has shed light on the evolutionary roots of language in the brain. Publishing in Nature Communications, the team led by Dr Ben Wilson and Professor Chris Petkov explain how using … Continue reading

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