Cobb Celebrates in Service – Earth Day 2018

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This and every April 22, many of us will recognize Earth Day without really understanding the reason. There are lots of wonderful things to celebrate about the Earth: the fact that it gives life to us and every creature familiar to us, for starters. But why exactly celebrate Earth Day? Prior to 1970, factories could… Read more »

Spring Break Therapy Ideas

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It’s almost here – the well-deserved spring break we all count down towards. Although we will certainly miss our students, the idea of unstructured time, no meetings, looming paperwork, and departmental requests are all behind us; we can finally bask in the relaxing time off, reflecting on our accomplishments and finishing the school year strong…. Read more »

Road Trippin’ With Cobb Pediatric!

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Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving. ~Albert Einstein   Virginia, you say? Yes, Virginia to the ones who are looking for a new location but aren’t sure where to go. Or maybe you’re in Virginia, but your best friend lives in Connecticut. Better yet, your parents have retired… Read more »

Need Something in Your Therapy Room?

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Write a Donors Choose Request!   Donors Choose (www.donorschoose.org) allows teachers to request materials for their classroom by crowdsourcing donations. Teachers can write a request for anything their classroom might need: books, a printer, games, or even a smartboard. As a therapist providing services to students, you are the perfect candidate! Here are 4 tips… Read more »

Cobb Pediatric Therapy Services Named A Winner of the Atlanta 2018 Top Workplaces Award

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ATLANTA, GA – Cobb Pediatric Therapy Services has been awarded a 2018 Top Workplaces honor for the seventh year by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. This is the third consecutive year Cobb Pediatric was ranked in the top ten and is number four in the midsize workplaces category (150-499 employees) out of 50 businesses. Cobb Pediatric is… Read more »

The Stepping Stones Group Acquires Cobb Pediatric Therapy Services

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LAFAYETTE, Colo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Stepping Stones Group, a provider of therapy and education solutions to children with special needs and autism in educational settings, today announced the acquisition and recapitalization of Cobb Pediatric Therapy Services, a provider of speech language pathology, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and school psychology services to school districts in the Southeastern United… Read more »

Cobb Pediatric Therapy Services Named as a ‘Top Workplace’ in Atlanta for 2017

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Cobb Pediatric Therapy Services selected as a Top Workplace for the sixth year   Cobb Pediatric Therapy Services has been awarded a 2017 Top Workplaces honor by The Atlanta Journal Constitution. The pediatric staffing firm, which is based in Kennesaw, Georgia, ranked 3rd in the midsize workplaces category (150-499 employees) out of 50 businesses. This… Read more »

How Can You Make Fall Time Fun in the Classroom?

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Fall Classroom Ideas

Fall is a great time to incorporate fun activities into your classroom. Whether you stay indoors or take your students outside to truly experience the changing seasons, here are some ideas to keep them engaged while enjoying autumn: The Great Pumpkin Where to begin when it comes to fall ideas around the season’s favorite gourd?… Read more »

Consider Using These Fall Books to Improve Speech Therapy

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Speech Pathology Jobs | Cobb Pediatric Therapy Services

At any time during the year, books can be a terrific enhancement to your speech room and activities to keep students engaged and on track. Here are six books to use during autumn. As one of their titles reminds us, this is an awesome season – and these are awesome resources! The Apple Star –… Read more »

Fun Activities to Improve Children’s Hand-Eye Coordination in October

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Hand Eye Coordination | Cobb Pediatric Therapy Services

Hand-eye coordination is essential to helping students develop in a myriad of areas that involve academic, play and life skills – including handwriting, reading, sports and general day-to-day activities. The best way to help children develop hand-eye coordination is through activities they enjoy doing. Tie them into your fall seasonal plans for your classroom or… Read more »