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PT Corner: Pediatric Hypermobility and Physical Therapy

[Source:  Dinosaur Physical Therapy] Pediatric Joint Hypermobility can be associated with many different heritable connective tissue disorders, some with more serious complications including Ehlers Danlos Syndrome and Marfans syndrome, and those with milder consequences such as Benign Hypermobility Joint Syndrome. In this post … Continue reading


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Sensory Corner: Sensory Issues and Teens – Movement

[Source: The Inspired Treehouse] Does your teen constantly crave movement and appear to be “on the go?” Or maybe he appears clumsy and is always getting hurt? Does she avoid movement activities such as riding bikes, skateboards or rides at … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: Rigor Shouldn’t Mean Painfully Difficult

[Source:  Chapel Hill Snippets] For those of you involved in education, you know it’s full of lingo, acronyms,  and initiatives. The buzzword in education these days is ‘rigor’. Form the Glossary of Education Reform,  “The term rigor is widely used by … Continue reading


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Hot Jobs! School Based SLP, Throughout Washington State

Are you considering a school-based position in WA state for SY 2015/17?? We have a variety of great locations to choose from, including these: Yakima, WA:  Secure this job now for SY16/17 and enjoy your summer!  PediaStaff has opportunities for … Continue reading


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Hot Jobs! School-Based SLPs for San Antonio, TX

Come join our team of over 80 therapist and assistants in the Alamo City….San Antonio, Texas!  This progressive multi-cultural city offers theme parks, the River Walk, professional and college sports, an abundance of outdoor activities, multiple shopping experiences, a variety … Continue reading


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