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Hot Jobs: Outpatient Jobs Throughout Arkansas

PediaStaff is are actively recruiting for a couple of growing multi-facility clinics in Arkansas that provide year round services to children in day care and pediatric settings.   Several positions are available throughout the northeast and northwestern parts of the … Continue reading

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PT Corner: Everyday Tips and Tricks for PTs to Share with Parents

by Natalie Lopez, DPT One of the main issues that I am concerned with as a pediatric physical therapist, is how parents can continue to practice the skills that I work on during our physical therapy sessions.  I always emphasize to … Continue reading

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Neonatal Health News: Poop Color Screening Could Prevent Infant Deaths

[Source:  Medical Xpress] Paying attention to the color of a newborn’s poop can mean the difference between life and death for babies with the rare liver disorder biliary atresia—the leading cause of liver transplants in children. The disease is almost … Continue reading

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Sleep Disorders Often Missed in Toddlers With Psychiatric Disorders

[Source:  Psych Central] A new study has found that sleep difficulties, especially problems with falling asleep, are very common among toddlers and preschoolers treated for psychiatric disorders. These sleep difficulties are often underdiagnosed in children with behavioral and emotional issues, yet can … Continue reading

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Life Cycle of a Pumpkin Craft

Editor’s Note:  Halloween will be over soon, but pumpkins are good all autumn long.  I love this craft for speech and language work!  Fantastic for following directions, sequencing, conversation and storytelling.   How else would you use it for therapy? … Continue reading

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