Tag Archives: 27 March 2015

Hot Job! Contract Pediatric Outpatient Occupational Therapy Assistant – Ozark, AL

  Now hiring a contract COTA for a temporary position in South Alabama.  This is a fabulous opportunity to work in a variety of settings: Clinic, Early Intervention, and School.  Learn more about our spacious facility and providing quality pediatric … Continue reading

Posted in OT | Tagged , , ,

Career Corner: Should I become an SLP?

[Source:  The Bilinguistics Blog] Here is an honest look as to why you might want or not want to become a speech pathologist. Do you want to get a speech pathologist talking?  Ask them why they like their job.  The reasons abound … Continue reading

Posted in Career, SLP | Tagged , , , ,

Fine Motor Activity of the Week: Simple Origami Butterfly

[Source: Red Ted Art] Red Ted Art has some fantastic crafts.  Many of them are too hard for some of our clients, but others are perfect.   Simple Origami is one of the best activities out there.  Here is one … Continue reading

Posted in Blog | Tagged , , ,

App Review: iDo Hygiene App

[Source:  OTs with Apps] iDo Hygiene is a new app providing instruction, video and games to learn personal hygiene. Included is an option to create your own images in the 12 hygiene areas. Created by the Center for Educational Technology … Continue reading

Posted in OT | Tagged , , ,

Autism Corner: Father Inspired After Child’s Autism Improved by Course of Antibiotic

[Source:  Medical News Today] John Rodakis’ son was prescribed a 10-day course of amoxicillin, one of the most frequently usedantibiotics in the US, and within just 4 days of commencing the treatment, changes were observed in his autism symptoms. “[He] began making eye contact, … Continue reading

Posted in Blog | Tagged , , , ,