Monthly Archives:: August 2016

12 Ways to Incorporate Music and Games into Speech Therapy Sessions

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Music and games can be used in the speech and language classroom to improve attention, increase participation, foster better communication and increase memory and retention.  Children of all ages and abilities can benefit from music and games.  To save you time, we’ve gathered some of the best ideas from the web on how to incorporate… Read More »

7 Fun Occupational Therapy Art Projects

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Occupational therapy jobs can be intriguing and fun – especially when art enters the picture. Art projects can improve motivation during and after occupational therapy – with the additional benefits of increased creativity and self-esteem among students. According to Today in OT (Twitter: @TodayinOT) art projects offer the school-based occupational therapist a way to grade… Read More »

Therapy Source Named to Inc. Magazine’s Exclusive List of America’s 5000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies for 9th Consecutive Year

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Plymouth Meeting, PA — August 17, 2016 — For the 9th year in a row, the Inc. Magazine Top 5000 has awarded Therapy Source, Inc. an exclusive ranking on their list of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. This list represents the most comprehensive look at a critical segment of the economy—America’s independent entrepreneurs. Companies such… Read More »

8 Engaging Activities for Children with Limited Mobility

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When helping children with limited mobility, special education teachers, occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists and physical therapists – and other clinicians in school-based therapy jobs – are often on the lookout for activities to engage children. Whether making music or art, crafting or playing games, here are 8 activities you can include in your lineup.  … Read More »