Pediatric Occupational Therapy: Nature Nurtures
Apr30

Pediatric Occupational Therapy: Nature Nurtures

As a kid, I roamed the neighborhood barefoot and caused chaos on the playground. During the summers, I was the queen of the local pool. I enjoyed going on camping trips and hiking with my parents and friends. I learned how to do cartwheels in the grass of suburban backyards and I picked berries with my t-shirt as a basket. This is not something I recommend unless your mother likes to wash purple juice stains out of your clothes...

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Importance of Baseline Concussion Testing
Dec18

Importance of Baseline Concussion Testing

There’s an epidemic going on right now, and it’s sure to be invading the offices of healthcare professionals around the nation. Unlike the opioid epidemic, this issue is a little harder to identify. It could be found in the pee wee football player that takes a hard hit. Or, it could be a college soccer player that takes a ball to the head. Undiagnosed concussions have been plaguing sports for decades now, and health professionals are...

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Benefits of a School-Based Therapy Job
Mar21

Benefits of a School-Based Therapy Job

After spending years in school getting your degree as a licensed health professional, many graduates are hesitant about spending his or her career back in school. However, a school-based therapy job could be the ideal assignment that you’re looking for. You’ll be given the opportunity to work in a career that is constantly growing. You’ll also help a new generation overcome various mental and physical obstacles. You’ll help...

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The Role of Pediatric Physical Therapists
Feb27

The Role of Pediatric Physical Therapists

People of all ages benefit from the professional services physical therapists provide. Whether it’s a senior maintaining mobility or just someone recovering from a major injury or illness, physical therapy has wide reaching benefits. However, children are one demographic with very specific needs when it comes to these services. The role of pediatric physical therapists is absolutely integral to a child and their family’s wellbeing and...

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What is a School Psychologist?
Jan26

What is a School Psychologist?

Whether you are interested in psychology, working with young people, or both, you may consider school psychology as a possible career path. After all, being a school psychologist is a good career move. However, it is possible that you’ve never even heard of school psychology before. In the past, guidance counselors were much more common. Regardless, you may find yourself wondering, what is a school psychologist? While there can...

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Why Occupational Therapy for ADHD?
Nov21

Why Occupational Therapy for ADHD?

Occupational therapy travel jobs provide such a wide range of opportunities, allowing you to work in new locations and settings all the time! Additionally, you’ll meet patients of all ages and various challenges to overcome. One condition that occupational therapists routinely work to treat is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) — especially in children. The wide-ranging symptoms cause the treatments of this condition to...

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