Tag Archives: 25 August 2017

Disability Suits Fuel Rise In Civil Rights Claims Against Schools

[Source: Disability Scoop] Civil rights lawsuits against schools are on track to double compared to four years ago thanks in large part to disability-related claims, according to a new review of federal court filings. So far this year, 497 suits … Continue reading


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Research Points To Genetic Link To Cerebral Palsy

[Source:  Disability Scoop] A new study finds a stronger genetic link to cerebral palsy than previously thought prompting researchers to recommend genetic testing for those with the most common form of the condition. More than 20 percent of kids with … Continue reading


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Pediatric Outpatient OT – Charlotte, NC

Call Today at 866-733-4278, text us at 662-524-9099, or   Click HERE to Apply Full-time Pediatric Occupational Therapist opportunity with a therapist/family-owned pediatric outpatient clinic in Charlotte. * Facilitate the development of age-appropriate skills through meaningful activities and play. *  2-3 years … Continue reading


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Sensory Corner: Sensory-Based Interventions in School-Based OT

[Source: Fab Strategies.org] School occupational therapists apply sensory-based interventions (SBIs) providing specific sensory input for improved classroom behavior. SBIs can include school occupational therapy teacher consultation, environmental adaptations, adaptive equipment, and the use of specific sensory activities. It is important to … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: 12 Easy Ways to Use Common Objects in Stuttering Therapy

[Source: SLP Natalie Snyders] Sometimes, we don’t always have a lot of time or materials available to us as busy school speech-language pathologists. The great news is that there are plenty of common objects that we can utilize for different … Continue reading


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