Essential Occupational Therapy App: Skill Training

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“A fun and challenging visual motor activity app. Look out, you might be hooked!” This comment came from occupational therapists at OTswithApps.com after they took a trial run of Sebastian Miedtank’s Skill Training app, priced at $2.99 for your iPhone or iPad. Miedtank also created the Skill Game OT app. Customizable Activities and Exciting ChallengesDeveloped… Read more »

Sensory Activities in the Classroom

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Children with sensory processing disorders (SPD) or related symptoms can be tricky to manage in the classroom. Because some students can be sensory seeking, their behavior can be disruptive, while hypersensitive children tend to withdraw, making it difficult to teach them at all. The Sensory Therapies and Research Center has reported that between five and… Read more »

Behavioral or Sensory Problems? How to Tell the Difference

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Every child misbehaves now and then. How can you tell whether a student’s inappropriate behavior stems from behavioral issues or sensory dysfunction that can cause inexplicable reactions to everyday happenings to be confusing and even heartbreaking to endure?  About Sensory Processing Disorder Sensory integration (SI) is the organization of sensory input and sensations to produce… Read more »

What to Look for in a Pediatric Therapy Staffing Company

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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 »

Why Speech Therapy Jobs Impact Our Future

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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 »

School Pediatric Therapists: How it Works

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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 »