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Pediatric Therapy Staffing Firm is Recognized as One of the Nation’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America. ATLANTA, GA – August 23, 2013 – For the sixth consecutive year, Cobb Pediatric Therapy Services, a leading pediatric therapy staffing firm, has been named to the Inc. 5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies in America…. Read more »

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As a speech pathologist, occupational or physical therapist,  you have a variety of career opportunities in multiple settings such as Hospitals, Skilled Nursing Facilities, Home Healthcare, Clinics and Schools. As you zero in on the position that best meets your needs, working with the right contract staffing company is a key strategic step.  The right… Read more »

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Memory is the core of human learning and the root of our ability to function in the day-to-day world. For children with memory difficulties, a day at school can be a source of frustration, boredom and even social isolation. Young students may be labelled as distracted, uncooperative, or combative not because they are unable to… Read more »

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In the words of actor Will Rogers, “You never get a second chance to make a good first impression.” Forbes magazine has noted that it takes just seven seconds for a person to develop their first impression of you. So when you head into your next job interview, be prepared to put your best foot… Read more »

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Congratulations! You’ve earned your graduate degree and are eager to start your career as a therapist. You may now feel stuck at the point where your advanced academic status bumps you up on the job-market ladder but, your practical work experience is limited. How do you create a resume that makes you truly marketable in… Read more »

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Auditory Workout, an iTunes app introduced just over a year ago, makes auditory training more fun and engaging for students and provides useful features for therapists, as well. Auditory Workout is based on research showing frequent, challenging and intense training (targeting specific areas) is likely to improve auditory processing. The main focus of the app… Read more »

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What do parrots, crocodiles, pots of gold and pirate avatars have to do with effective speech and language modalities? Where did that idea come from? Who thought of it – and why? When did all this come about? And how in the world does it work? WH-Question Island is an app developed by a certified… Read more »

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“After working for Cobb Pediatric for several years now, one of the fundamental differences I see between Cobb Pediatric and other companies is the personal values and character of its employees. From our office staff to our therapists, Cobb employees care about what they do and how they help others. As an employee of Cobb… Read more »

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Schools sometimes get a bad rap with new graduates, who tend to view medical and clinical environments as the most varied and stimulating. However, school settings have a lot going for them, aspects you may have not considered. Here are several valuable reasons why schools are perfect for a first position:  Consistent hours equal a… Read more »

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New therapists just out of graduate school have many options for career paths, one of which is working with a contract agency in school systems. But many therapists aren’t aware of what this style of work entails. Unfortunately, there are false impressions about contract work that often dissuade graduates from considering this option. It’s time… Read more »