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Therapy

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School-based Speech Therapists, occupational therapists, and other healthcare professionals may take classes, accept private clients, or simply rest and recharge during summer break. Before the bell rings this fall, set aside a few of those summer hours to reorganize your teaching space.

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Sarah Schultz, Author at Sunbelt Staffing

by Sarah Schultz on January 1, 2019

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Sarah is a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with experience in a wide variety of patient care settings, as well as experience writing and editing medical content for nursing education sites, board reviews, medical blogs, and parenting courses. As a registered nurse, Sarah worked in critical care, post anesthesia care, and pediatrics. Since furthering her education to become a nurse practitioner in 2014, Sarah has worked in pediatric primary care and mental health where she helps children, teens, and young adults build a foundation of wellness on which to grow into healthy adults. She is also passionate about helping breastfeeding mothers reach their goals and is a certified lactation counselor. Sarah has combined all of these interests in the last year by undertaking freelance medical writing where she gets to impact other healthcare professionals through a variety of resources. 

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5 Important Duties of a School-Based Physical Therapist

by Howard Gerber on October 11, 2018

No Gravatarschool physical therapist dutiesIf you are new to working as a school-based physical therapist or you have not made the switch yet from a hospital setting, you might not be familiar with all the duties. School-based physical therapists have many responsibilities. They assess students for therapy, develop a treatment plan, and administer therapy. But there are also other duties that are important including the following: [continue reading…]

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No Gravatarback to school therapyAs summer wraps up, it means it is time to start another school year. If you are a school-based occupational, speech or physical therapist, you’ll meet the students on your caseload and start working on IEPs. The start of the school year is a fresh start and a great time to develop new treatment strategies.

In order to start the school year off on the right foot, it’s helpful to keep several things in mind including the following suggestions: [continue reading…]

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No Gravatarspeech therapy trachSchool-based speech therapists work with children with a variety of hearing, communication, and language disorders. Some conditions may require the child to undergo a tracheostomy. Therapists need to have a good understanding of the challenges and impact a trach has on speech and language development in children. [continue reading…]

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No Gravatarschool OT questionsSchool-based occupational therapists work with children to help them reach their academic potential. Therapists that think they may be a good fit for school-based therapy should consider several factors before making the leap. [continue reading…]

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No Gravataroccupational therapist teamOccupational therapists are often part of a multidisciplinary team to treat patients. Many of the people that receive occupational therapy can also benefit from other services and therapies. In a hospital setting, occupational therapists often work together with doctors, nurses, and discharge planners to treat patients.

A school-based occupational therapist also has a team. Working effectively with your team allows you to provide better services to your students. Your team can also be a source of information and support.

If you are new to school-based therapy, it’s helpful to learn about what each team member does and how you can work together to help your students reach their goals. [continue reading…]

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