Posts By:

4 Long-Term Behavioral Therapy Strategies to Help Children Manage Anger

Posted on by

angry boy

It’s difficult to navigate complicated emotions like anger, where fear and/or hurt often lies buried like a landmine.  All therapists in school-based therapy jobs can help children in the the process of managing – and overcoming – anger and cycles of angry reactions. In this article, we highlighted four long-term strategies any school-based therapist can use to help students… Read More »

5 Interesting Blogs for School Counselors

Posted on by

We can help words on wooden table

School counselors help students in ways that are not always immediately visible.  They guide students at all academic levels towards college and career readiness while encouraging them to achieve school success and plan for the future.  Sometimes, they are called upon to act as mediators for conflict resolution involving students, parents and even teachers. To… Read More »

Must-Have Apps for Pediatric Occupational Therapists

Posted on by

digital generated two tablets with different sizes. All screen graphics are made up.

Like many pediatric occupational therapists (OTs) in the field today, you probably consider your tablet an essential part of your bag of tricks. Tablets are great for keeping notes, organizing schedules and assessing new patients. Using tablets, pediatric OTs can access indispensable tools for aiding treatment and development.  Plus, few things rival the chance to… Read More »

Best of Pinterest: Occupational Therapy Materials

Posted on by

pinterest

Of all social media, Pinterest remains one of the best for collecting, sharing and organizing ideas related to virtually every aspect of life!  For an occupational therapist (OT) (and others in school-based therapy jobs), Pinterest can be an incredible resource for inspiration and education.  If you haven’t already set up an account, we highly encourage… Read More »

Amazing Printable Resources that Every Speech Therapist Needs!

Posted on by

slp-or-ot-with-special-needs-child

These days, no school-based speech-language pathologist (SLP) therapist need feel alone in the world—even if you’re the only school-based therapist  at your work site.  The Internet is for sharing, and we are a generous breed that works to improve the lives of students and patients everywhere.  That’s why so many speech therapists – as well… Read More »