Tag Archives: 17 July 2020

Hot, New Job! Pediatric Outpatient PT – Roswell, GA

Call Today at 866-733-4278, text us at 662-524-9099, or   Click HERE to Apply Are you an experienced Pediatric Physical Therapist wanting to start a new full-time position immediately?  This pediatric clinic is located in Roswell, GA.  Roswell has been chosen … Continue reading


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A Shorter IQ Test for Children with Special Needs

[Source: Science Daily] For decades, neuropsychologists have used the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children test as the gold-standard intelligence quotient (IQ) test to determine the intellectual abilities of children with special needs. However, this comprehensive test can take up to … Continue reading


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Behind My Mask: A Super Kids Self-Portrait

[Source;  Cassie Stephens Blogspot] I have created a lesson for my students and any kiddos who wish to create titled Behind My Mask! When my students return in the fall (and, yes, I said ‘when’ as I am very hopeful … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: Supporting Communication During Social Distancing: Ten Tips for Teachers and Clinicians

[Source:  The Stuttering Foundation] by Courtney Byrd, PhD, CCC-SLP As some schools and school districts make plans to continue distance learning in full or as part of a hybrid learning approach, the Stuttering Foundation provides guidance and help. Following is a list of … Continue reading


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Clinician’s Corner: Social Emotional Learning and School Reopenings: A Guide for Schools

[Source: Education Week] Schools are trying to plan for the upcoming academic year during a pandemic, economic recession, and national protests over police killings of Black Americans. The confluence of these seismic challenges makes developing students’ social and emotional skills … Continue reading


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