Tag Archives: 17 October 2014

Scientists Identify Potential Cause of 40% of Pre-Term Births

[Source: Medical News Today] Scientists from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) and UCL (University College London) have identified what they believe could be a cause of pre-term premature rupture of the fetal membrane (PPROM), which accounts for 40 percent … Continue reading

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Pediatric Therapy Corner: You Want My Kid to Play in Food? Seriously?

[Source: ASHAsphere] by Melanie Potock, CCC-SLP Yep, seriously.  For many kids, food exploration begins with just learning to tolerate messy hands and faces. Many parents who bring their kids to feeding therapy have one goal in mind:  Eating. In fact, as a pediatric feeding therapist, … Continue reading

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Pinterest Pin of the Week: Mummy Quesadillas!

[Source:  the Kids Activities blog] Totally too cute for Halloween, and healthy too! Here are some therapy ideas for this activity that we got from our friends on Facebook! Following directions work, executive functioning, task initiation, motor planning/sequencing working as … Continue reading

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Hot Pediatric Therapy Jobs in Oklahoma! SLP, OT & PT – Apply Now!

  The majesty of Oklahoma is calling!   PediaStaff has several immediate opportunities for SLPs, OTs and PTs in both Oklahoma City and and Tulsa. These are exciting growth situations in therapy owned clinics in a multi-discipline environment.   Home … Continue reading

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Interview Tip of the Week: Presenting Your Very Best Self

Editor’s Note:   Please enjoy this continuing series of interview and career tips.  Looking for a pediatric clinician or therapist position?  Please check out all the great jobs we have available! by Heidi Kay Last week we talked about interview … Continue reading

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