Traveling Therapists’ Golden Rule: Stay Healthy!

February 25th, 2015 by

Traveling TherapistPhysical therapists who choose a career in traveling healthcare know the perks that the job brings. However, one can easily overlook the cons of being away from home. [...] Read More

Little Ways to Make Your Occupational Therapy Sessions More Effective 

February 18th, 2015 by

Therapist Assisting GirlFrom time to time, all therapists have a session that doesn’t go as planned. Sometimes your client isn’t feeling well enough to complete your planned activities, or they may have poor attention and lack full engagement if it’s the end of the day. effetti pillola viagra cheap viagra online canada [...] Read More

How to Handle Conflict in Speech Therapy

February 11th, 2015 by

Therapist and Patient When you work with people, conflict is bound to happen.  The dictionary defines conflict as, “A serious disagreement or argument, typically a protracted one” or “To be incompatible or at variance; clash.” [...] Read More

Popular Pediatric Jobs: Clinics Vs. Schools

February 4th, 2015 by

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