Tag Archives: 2 August 2013

Hand Splints for Children with Cerebral Palsy

[Source: Developmental Medical Child Neurology via Your Therapy Source] A systemic review was recently published on the effectiveness of hand splints for children with cerebral palsy.  Six studies met the inclusion criteria and all were only on children with cerebral … Continue reading

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SLP Corner: 9 Car Games to Boost your Child’s Speech Development

Thank you to my friends Ellen Seidman of Love that Max and to Katie Yeh of Playing with Words 365 for teaming up on this terrific post on how to make the most of your summer-time (and any time) car … Continue reading

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PediaStaff Featured Job of the Week: Outpatient Pediatric Occupational Therapist – Dover, DE

Our client is a therapy provider for children in the Dover, DE area.  We are searching for a full time or part time occupational therapist to work with children ages birth to 21.  80% community based early intervention.   20% center … Continue reading

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PediaStaff Therapist Placement of the Week: Congrats to Taylor S.!

Congratulations to Speech-Language Pathologist Taylor S.  who moving right along while returning to PediaStaff for her sixth year with us!  This will be her third client placement through PediaStaff. So glad to have you back again, Taylor!!  

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Diets Lacking Omega-3s Lead to Anxiety, Hyperactivity in Teens:

[Source:  Science Daily.com] Diets lacking omega-3 fatty acids — found in foods like wild fish, some eggs, and grass-fed livestock — can have worsened effects over consecutive generations, especially affecting teens, according to a University of Pittsburgh study. Published in … Continue reading

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