Tag Archives: SLP

Pediatric Therapy Corner: When Students’ Trauma Weighs You Down

[Source: Edutopia] Alysia Ferguson Garcia remembers the day two years ago that ended in her making a call to Child Protective Services. One of her students walked into drama class with what Garcia thought of as a “bad attitude” and … Continue reading


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Hot, New Job! Early Intervention SLP – Columbia, SC

Call Today at 866-733-4278, text us at 662-524-9099, or   Click HERE to Apply Great full-time Early Intervention Speech-Language Pathology opportunity specializing in the treatment of medically fragile and complex etiology cases in Columbia, SC. The capital of South Carolina, Columbia offers … Continue reading


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Educator’s Corner: Positive Words Go a Long Way

[Source: Edutopia] When I started teaching, I didn’t truly understand the power of words and their ability to influence the lives of students. I quickly learned that the effectiveness of my lessons and the classroom culture are heavily influenced by … Continue reading


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Early Intervention SLP – Myrtle Beach, SC

Call Today at 866-733-4278, text us at 662-524-9099, or   Click HERE to Apply Think sparkling waters, white sands, and endless possibilities. Exciting full-time Early Intervention Speech-Language Pathologist opportunity with a well-known and respected pediatric outpatient clinic located in Myrtle Beach. … Continue reading


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Pediatric Therapy Corner: The Thought Bubble Technique

[Source:  Lynne Kenney.com] Thinking, speaking or acting impulsively without planning or thinking things out poses social challenges for children. We can help children better manage their impulsive thoughts, words, and actions by using a storytelling activity we call The Thought … Continue reading


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