Tag Archives: 30 March 2018

PT Corner: Operation Alignment

[Source:  Dinosaur PT] Working with children of all ages, as Pediatric Physical Therapists we always need to keep in mind the fundamental components of alignment, weight bearing, and balance. Here are some tips and tricks to achieve success throughout development! 1) Visual … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: Addressing Difficult Behavior in Speech Therapy

[Source: Bilinguistics] We have all had the experience where our intervention is less productive because of difficult behaviors in speech therapy.  Here is a behavior system that I have found to be successful in group settings.  If you laminate the … Continue reading


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AAC Corner: Aided Language Input for People with Developmental Disabilities

[Source: PrAACtical AAC] We’re pleased to welcome back Dr. Kathy Howery for another analysis of an AAC research article. Kathy is based in Alberta, Canada, and has worked in the field of AT and special education for over three decades. In the past … Continue reading


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Hot, New Job: Pediatric Outpatient SLP – Fargo, ND

Call Today at 866-733-4278, text us at 662-524-9099, or   Click HERE to Apply Are you looking for a rewarding position working with kiddos in both a clinic and home health setting in the Fargo area?  Don’t look any further!  This … Continue reading


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Scientists Illuminate Mechanism at Play in Learning

[Source: Science Daily] The process we call learning is, in fact, a well-orchestrated symphony of thousands of molecular reactions, but the exact interplay between these reactions remains largely unknown. Now, researchers at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate … Continue reading


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