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Common School Nurse Interview Questions & Sample Answers

School nursing is a demanding yet rewarding profession, and candidates need to impress potential employers to land these coveted jobs. Educational sites looking to hire a nurse will ask various questions to ensure they get the right person for the job. As you prepare for your interview, knowing what kinds of questions hiring committees may ask is essential. Whether the questions are general or more technical, you can nail your answers if you know what is coming next. Let’s take a look at some common inquiries and answers.

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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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Speech Therapy Activities for Toddlers and Preschool

Children of all ages within schools receive speech and language therapy. Some are not native English speakers, others need assistance with articulation, and some may have pragmatic needs due to an autism diagnosis. Each individual has different needs for their therapy sessions. It is important to look at the goals for each child and set up ways to actively engage them when they are with you for therapy.

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Anxiety Books for Teens – Books to Add to Your Classes’ Reading List

The teen years are a tough time for many students. Not only are they dealing with social and emotional concerns, but they are also gearing up to become adults and make big decisions for their life. Of course, some teens also have other problems happening in their life. Depression, anxiety, self-injury, abuse, and other factors may be a reality for them. These are challenging topics for an adult to understand, not to mention a teenager. While it may help them to talk to someone, many teens may not be comfortable going to traditional therapy sessions with adults while in school. Teachers and school health professionals can be crucial figures in these students’ lives. They not only deliver academic instruction, but they can also be valuable resources for students to turn to for mental health help and anxiety reduction.

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ABA Therapy for Autism – How ABA Therapy Helps Autistic Students

When a child is diagnosed with autism, it can leave parents feeling overwhelmed. They initially need to learn what this means for their own child. After this, they must share the news with family and friends. At the same time, many will begin to advocate for their child's needs. For many parents, this is a confusing time that can make them feel overwhelmed. Depending on the age of their child, they may not know where to go for assistance.

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