Tag Archives: 26 September 2014

Interview Question of the Week: Have You Ever Had to Advocate for Services?

Here is a great interview question for you experienced pediatric therapists in schools: Tell me about a situation where you needed to advocate for therapy or special education services for a child at your school.  What did you say?  What was … Continue reading

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Hot Job of the Week – Pediatric Outpatient Speech-Language Pathologist – Salisbury, MD

  PediaStaff is searching for a dedicated speech therapist who is awesome in treating kids with disabilities. Our outpatient rehabilitation therapy services are comprehensive and individualized to meet each client’s needs, family-oriented to meet each family members concerns, outcome-oriented with a … Continue reading

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Pinboard of the Week! Halloween Themed Therapy Activities on Pinterest

Halloween is my favorite holiday of the year, and I believe I am hardly alone!    I just realized how much everyone loves it, when I noticed just how many great pins we have for you in our Halloween Themed Therapy Activities and … Continue reading

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Researchers Decode the Foot Position’s Role in Maintaining Balance

[Source:  Medical News Today] Researchers at The Ohio State University have gained new insight into how the body moves when we’re walking. They learned everything they needed to know by watching people walk naturally on a treadmill. In normal walking, … Continue reading

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Early Predictors of Autism – Self Regulation and Sleep Patterns

[Source:  The Journal of Early Intervention via Your Therapy Source] The Journal of Early Intervention published research on identifying early predictors prior to a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) at 4 years of age. Data was analyzed on 100 children … Continue reading

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