Tag Archives: SLP

Its Summertime, So It’s ASHA Schools Time!

We are very excited to announce that PediaStaff is an official sponsor for the 2015 ASHA Schools Convention this coming week in Phoenix, Arizona.   Please come visit us at booth #427 so we can get to know you better … Continue reading

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Literacy Corner: Teaching Syllables Can Mask Meaningful Morphemes

[Source:  Edutopia] Syllable division can mask morphological boundaries and thus hide the meaningful structures of words. Now there’s a statement to think about. How many times have you seen the word every misspelled as “evry”? What did you do to … Continue reading

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Hot Jobs! School Based SLPs for San Antonio, TX

Speech-Language Pathologists needed in the San Antonio Area for the 2015-16 School Year!!! Are you looking for a school-based job in San Antonio?  If so…this could be your lucky day!   My client is interviewing now for school job opportunities for the new … Continue reading

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SLP Corner: Am I an SLP With a Social Communication Problem?

[Source:  The ASHA Leader Blog (formerly ASHAsphere)] by Ken Anderson Have you ever pondered your social relevance, like an iPhone 5 right after the iPhone 6 comes out? Sure, you still look pretty good and have barely been used, so why … Continue reading

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Study Suggests 3 Steps to End Fussy Eating

[Source:  Science Daily] Parents could banish their children’s fussy eating habits by following three simple steps, a new study suggests. Introducing the ‘three Rs’ — Repetition, Role Modelling and Rewards — at meal times could help parents to get their … Continue reading

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