Tag Archives: 17 October 2014

Hot SLP jobs in Chicagoland – Variety of Settings!

Let us tempt you with a new job opportunity! PediaStaff has several opportunities in the greater Chicago area in both school and outpatient clinic settings.  Positions are available in Palatine, Schaumburg, Burr Ridge, Crystal Lake, Waukegan, Wood Dale and Bensenville. … Continue reading


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Physical Activity and Executive Control in Children

[Source Pediatrics via Your Therapy Source] Pediatrics published research on 221 children (7-9 years old) who were randomly assigned to either a 9 month after school physical activity program or a wait list group. Following the intervention various measurements were recorded: … Continue reading


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Institutional Rearing May Increase Risk for ADD

[Source:  Science Daily via Elsevier] Over the past decades, we have seen numerous tragic examples where the failure of institutions to meet the needs of infants for social contact and stimulation has led to the failure of these infants to … Continue reading


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PT Idea of the Week: Gross Motor Bingo

[Source:  The Inspired Treehouse] My kids are always, always, always in the car.  We run from practices to lessons to stores.  Constantly in and out — constantly moving.   When we hit the road for destinations that are further away, I … Continue reading


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ASL Interpreter’s Corner: Preparing for Effective Classroom Interpreting

[Source: Classroom Interpreting.org] The educational interpreter must be prepared in order to be effective in the classroom. Being prepared involves much more than reviewing the content the teacher will present to the class. The interpreter should have time to prepare, … Continue reading


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