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Ethical Dilemmas in OT Practice: What Would You Do?

Alright, therapists – let’s play a little game I like to call: “Is it ethical?” Occupational therapists are good people. I think I can rightfully make that statement, don’t you? Hopefully a therapist can’t make it through school, fieldwork, and … Continue reading

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5 Things to Know Before Starting Listening Therapy

While there are many different listening therapies out there, I’m going to discuss the one that I have had the most experience implementing in a clinical setting, and just happen to be certified in (I know, fancy, huh?). This program … Continue reading

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What to Know Before You Buy Into That Miracle Program

First allow me to start with a disclaimer: I am an OT. I think OT is awesome. However, it would be delusional of me to think that OT is the only therapy out there for kids with special needs. There … Continue reading

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New Year, New Co-Pays

Ah yes, it’s January first. A day of new beginnings, resolutions, and for a lot of people- a fresh new deductible to meet on their insurance policy. In the world of pediatric therapy, insurance can drive a parent (and therapist) crazy. First of … Continue reading

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