Tag Archives: 4 November 2016

Hot Job! Outpatient Lead PT – Frederick, Maryland

Lead Physical Therapist opportunity with an outpatient multidisciplinary clinic in Frederick. Clinic wants to offer physical therapy as an additional service. Physical Therapist must have: *  Ability to take the lead in establishing and developing a new Physical  Therapy department as … Continue reading

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SLP Corner: Using Slow Motion Videos in the Speech Room with Eric Raj

[Source:  Erik X. Raj Blog] Earlier this year, I was doing a speech-language evaluation with an 11-year-old child. One of my favorite aspects of a typical evaluation is the student interview portion that I typically do. Before I even begin … Continue reading

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School-Based Clinician/Therapist Corner: What Kids Wish Their Teachers Knew

[Source: The New York Times] When Kyle Schwartz started teaching third grade at Doull Elementary School in Denver, she wanted to get to know her students better. She asked them to finish the sentence “I wish my teacher knew.” The … Continue reading

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School Nurse Corner: Is Your School Ready for an Opioid Overdose?

[Source: Science Daily] How serious is the country’s opioid misuse epidemic? Serious enough for Pennsylvania to call a special session of its legislature and to take several other steps including a push for public schools to stock up on a … Continue reading

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PT Corner: W-Sitting: Why There Are Conflicting Opinions and Why Your Child’s Therapist Cares So Much

[Source:  North Shore Pediatric Therapy] If you have a child who loves that “w” position while sitting on the ground, chances are you’ve either corrected them yourself or heard someone else direct them to sit “criss-cross” or “fix their feet.” The … Continue reading

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