For the child with sensory challenges, the classroom can be an overwhelming place—OTs can help ease their struggle with these strategies.
Our profession naturally has many different treatment techniques, but at the end of the day, it is our reasoning approach that we should value over the technique itself.
An in-depth look at the Neuro-Developmental Treatment/Bobath frame of practice applicable for infants with and/or at risk for cerebral palsy and related neuromotor disorders.
The finding comes as a blow to many people who promote the therapy as a way to help children with autism.
Socially assistive medical robots are being developed to help patients rehabilitate from stroke or brain injury, and conduct autism behavioral therapy.
Marketing to referral sources and payers is still a necessary part of the game, but in this new model of health care, marketing to patients is crucial.
The utilization of technology has allowed for several advances in aphasia rehabilitation for individuals with acquired brain injury.
Some of the survey results were surprising, while others came with little shock, but all of it was very telling about therapy professions as a whole and what the future may hold.
Front-office employees play a vital role when it comes to turning new patients into return patients.
Strategies helpful to prevent feeling overwhelmed and burned out for SLPs and other therapy professionals.