Category: Industry Information

The School Professional Industry is constantly changing and adapting. These articles focus on a variety of topics including self-help for therapists, the latest industry conferences and more!

Understanding Dyslexia in Children: Definition, Signs and Symptoms

Dyslexia is the most common learning disability in the U.S.; it’s estimated that one in five Americans are affected by it. While 20 years ago educational provisions for the reading disorder were virtually nonexistent, the government now spends around $11 billion annually to help support school children with dyslexia (and other disorders).

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Healthcare Skill Checklist

Healthcare – Skills Checklist

These skills assessments are designed to determine your level of competency in the areas listed below. By completing the checklist to the best of your ability, you will help us match your skills and areas of interest with our available assignments. Please indicate your appropriate level for each category.

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Pros and Cons of Outsourcing Education Services: Occupational Therapy

Outsourcing education services is simply when a school district hires an outside agency to provide specialized education for their school. These services can vary from teaching through technology such as teletherapy, or simply bringing in outside school professionals to provide speech-language pathology, school psychology, and much more. In this article, we focused on the pros and cons of specifically outsourcing occupational therapy.

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Shortage of Therapists

Schools across the country are having a hard time filling position for many school therapists. The most difficult to find applicants for are speech language pathologists, occupational therapists, and occupational therapists. Due to the demand, these therapists are often able to negotiate more when they sign a contract.

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Promoting Skilled Trade Careers

A student is in your office and you are talking about plans for the future. They tell you that they do not want to go to college. Rather than push college, it is important for guidance counselors to explore all college and career options with students. The reality is that many trades are having a difficult time filling all of their jobs. This means job security which is not always a reality for many who get a degree in college.

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