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Pediatric Therapist As a pediatric occupational therapist, the most common settings involve working in an outpatient clinic or at a school. Many pediatric OTs explore both of these settings through fieldwork opportunities or by diving into it and beginning to work at one. [...] Read More

Speech Therapy: What Makes a Good Assessment?

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Speech Therapy SessionLike a car mechanic, we need to get under the hood to see how our patients “work”  in their communication engine so that we can best help improve their speech and language skills.  There are many standardized tests. [...] Read More