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The transition from grad school to the workplace is an exciting time. As a new therapist, you look forward to your first job, not to mention your first real paycheck! Amid all the excitement, however, you may experience some trepidation. That’s normal; the beginning of a new career can be intimidating at times. That’s why… Read more »

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When students graduate as either speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, or physical therapists, they have many choices when it comes to work settings. After serving school-based services for 24 years, we have seen firsthand the many advantages to choosing working in schools. Armed with this information, newly-licensed therapists can make knowledgeable decisions about their workplace preferences…. Read more »

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There’s more to speech-language pathology than a thorough understanding of different delays, disorders, and therapy approaches. To be an effective and efficient SLP, you must also be able to manage children’s behavior. Students make progress when they pay attention in their therapy sessions. Positive reinforcement is a great solution. However, behavior management is not something… Read more »

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Interviewing for a new job can cause anxiety and trepidation in the best of us! However, if you prepare ahead of time, you can walk into any interview in a calm and confident manner…interview success is achievable. Preparing for the interview process will take a good amount of time, so consider the time you spend… Read more »

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In 2009, working as a pediatric speech language pathologist was rated one of the 50 best jobs in the country by CNN. Why? As you might guess, both pay and job growth are on the way up. More than that, though, being a speech therapist for children is a rewarding career, helping assess, diagnose, treat,… Read more »

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As a speech language pathologist myself, I’m aware of the challenges that come with finding the right pediatric therapy staffing company. When you’re first starting out, there may be a few things you haven’t thought to look for or that you may not even be aware of. Throughout your career, you’ll take mental notes of… Read more »

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Working as a pediatric speech language pathologist, you are responsible for molding and shaping young minds. All of the speech therapy jobs at Cobb Pediatric Therapy Services are intended to help you integrate your pediatric speech language pathology expertise into a cohesive blend of inspiring our youth and helping them grow. The benefits of working… Read more »

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Occupational therapy for children is concerned with a child’s ability to participate in desired daily life activities or “occupations.” In the school setting, a pediatric occupational therapist uses his or her unique expertise to help children prepare for and perform important learning and school-related activities and to fulfill their role as students. In this setting,… Read more »

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Today’s pediatric therapist must possess a range of qualities and characteristics in order to be successful at what he or she does. The hiring specialists at Cobb Pediatric Therapy Services hone in on these skills to find the best possible matches for our school system customers and therapists, whether they be PTs, OTs, or SLPs…. Read more »

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School pediatric therapists provide speech and language therapy to students with disabilities or delays who are enrolled in public and private school systems. Whether you decide to follow a career as an occupational therapist, physical therapist, or speech language pathologist, pediatric therapy jobs are a rewarding and lucrative opportunity to make a difference in a… Read more »