Tag Archives: 10 June 2016

Placement of the Week: Pediatric Outpatient PT – Austin, TX

Congratulations to Alyson S., on her new position with one of PediaStaff’s best outpatient clients!    Alyson will be relocating to our clients area, and will be serving children in a state-of-the-art clinic! Fantastic Job, Alyson!  

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Father’s Day Student-Made Book

[Activity and Image Source:  Classroom Freebies] For those of you who will still be in school during June, this Father’s Day book is a great, quick activity for your students to complete as gifts for their father, uncle, or grandpa. … Continue reading

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Study Charts Development of Emotional Control in Teens

[Article and Image Source:  Science Daily] In the midst of all the apparent tumult, intense emotion, and occasional reckless behavior characterizing the teenage years, the brain is, in fact, evolving and developing the neural circuits needed to keep emotions in … Continue reading

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Special Education Costs Drive School Funding Disparities, Researcher Says

[Article and Image Source: Education Week] There’s been a lively debate recently about funding gaps inside districts between schools with low levels of state and local aid and their wealthier counterparts. But is a major factor in intradistrict inequality being … Continue reading

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Most Antidepressants Ineffective For Children, Teens

[Source:  Medical News Today] Children and adolescents with major depression do not benefit from most antidepressant medications, and some of these drugs may do more harm than good. This is the conclusion of a new study published in The Lancet. … Continue reading

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