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OT Corner: AOTA From the Trenches by Abby Brayton-Chung

by Abby Brayton-Chung, OTR/L Wow! What an experience. The 94th Annual AOTA Conference held in Baltimore was buzzing with energy and excitement for the profession of occupational therapy. As a first time conference attendee, there was so much I wanted … Continue reading


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Book Review: Dads of Disability

Editor’s Note:  The author of this book, Gary Dietz, is generously offering a discount on his book to all PediaStaff readers.  Please visit his blog for this exclusive offer. Book:  Dads of Disability Collected and Edited by Gary Dietz Additional … Continue reading


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Confirmation of the Neurobiological Origin of Attention-Deficit Disorder

[Source:  Medical News Today] A study, carried out on mice, has just confirmed the neurobiological origin of attention-deficit disorder (ADD), a syndrome whose causes are poorly understood. Researchers from CNRS, the University of Strasbourg and INSERM1 have identified a cerebral structure, … Continue reading


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Idea of the Week: Flip Top Phonics (Or Anything) Game for Kids

Once again, leave it to No Time for Flash Cards to come up with a fantastic idea to create a fun and colorful idea for all sorts of therapy goals. We want Allison at No Time for Flash Cards to … Continue reading


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PediaStaff Resume Tip: Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff

Many people include too many jobs on their resumes that are irrelevant to their desired career path.  For example, while its important to show that you worked your way through college, its OK to consolidate those job experiences under your … Continue reading


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