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Fall into rhyming with this FREE activity download!

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Daylight savings time has arrived….and wow, it sure is getting dark early. The onset of winter is just around the corner…but we’ll take every opportunity we can to hold on to autumn! We thought you might feel the same way – so we’ve prolonged the season by creating this free fall-themed rhyming activity for your… Read More »

FREE DOWNLOAD: Fall Description Speech Activity

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From vibrant-colored leaves to bright orange pumpkins…Fall is a beautiful time of year! With all of these bright colors and fun sensations to draw from, it’s the perfect time of year to get students engaged within your speech therapy job. To help, we’ve put together this fun (and FREE) downloadable resource for you to include… Read More »

Celebrate Fall (and Halloween!) with These Fun and Simple Sensory Bins

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  Want More Sensory Bins? See More!   Although many retailers started celebrating Halloween back in August, Halloween is finally really almost here. Halloween and Fall-themed sensory bins are an easy, non-threatening way to bring the colors and sights of the season into your school-based therapy classroom. This is Fun! Sensory bins were recently introduced… Read More »

FREE DOWNLOAD: Halloween-Themed Bingo Activity for Speech Therapy

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It feels like just yesterday that we were sunbathing by the pool (and if you’re in one of the warmer parts of the country, you probably still are!) Here in PA though, we’re embracing all things Fall…cool, crisp nights, pumpkin spice EVERYTHING, and of course, Halloween. Already a favorite holiday for children everywhere, it’s a… Read More »

Influx of Students from Puerto Rico Could Lead To Staff Shortages in Mainland U.S. Schools

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Plymouth Meeting, PA — October 3, 2017 — Close to two weeks after Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico and several other Caribbean islands, officials are reporting that only 5% of the island has electricity, and schools are not even close to reopening. As it begins to look more and more likely that many Puerto Rican… Read More »

Cutting the Frustration – 5 Simple Tips to Teach Scissor Skills

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Cutting the Frustration – 5 Simple Tips to Teach Scissor Skills

Wide-eyed parents surprised by the skill of their toddler’s self-imposed “haircut” may be skeptical about the importance of teaching scissor skills in the classroom. Certainly, some children just KNOW how to use scissors…right? 😉 Seriously though: it is not unusual for a child to struggle with the concept, and need assistance with at least ONE… Read More »

Therapy Source For Hurricane Relief

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Hurricane Harvey and Irma Relief

Help us to support the victims of Harvey and Irma As an organization dedicated to empowering children, our hearts go out to the families in Texas and Florida affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. As part of our commitment to help – we are partnering with the American Red Cross to collect donations to aid… Read More »

Staffing Industry Analysts Ranks Therapy Source as One of the Largest Allied Healthcare Staffing Firms for 2017

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Plymouth Meeting, PA — September 7, 2017 — Therapy Source, Inc., the premier national provider of in-person and online therapy staffing services and solutions, has been named by Staffing Industry Analysts to their 2017 list of Largest Allied Healthcare Staffing Firms. Therapy Source, Inc. is the premier national therapy provider of comprehensive in-person and online… Read More »

Therapy Source Receives Recertification by WBENC as Woman-Owned Business

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Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC)

Plymouth Meeting, PA — September 5, 2017 — Therapy Source, Inc., the premier national provider of comprehensive in-person and online therapy staffing services and solutions, has been recertified as a Woman-Business Enterprise (WBE) by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). Therapy Source initially received this nationally-recognized certification in 2014. “We are beyond thrilled to… Read More »

The Self-Regulation Hacks You Need to Try

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The Self-Regulation Hacks You Need to Try

For many students, including those participating in school-based therapy, self-regulation is the most difficult aspect of school to master. As academic expectations increase, so do expectations on behavior, and some students – ESPECIALLY those under the case of a Speech-Language Pathologist, Occupational Therapist, or other type of therapist – can quickly fall behind as their… Read More »