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How Music Can Help Physical Therapy Students

Studies have shown for years that music helps students to learn and improve their memory. Many teachers are now using music within their classrooms to help their students. Music in general helps kids to feel more relaxed, they are able to concentrate more, and their performance goes up. Physical therapists are also expanding on the use of music within their therapy sessions with students.

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Recruiter Spotlight – Briana Harton

I started at ProCare Therapy almost three years ago, after working at the Coach Retail store. When I left that position I wasn’t quite sure what the next adventure would be and then I had a close friend reach out seeing if I would be interested in ProCare Therapy. I packed up my bags to leave behind my one red light hometown of Reidsville, GA.

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Recruiter Spotlight – Ansun Sayavong

Before ProCare, I was hopping around from job to job trying to find a career that would match my abilities to work hard and get results with it. In the span of one year, I was at about 2 different jobs. From working as an insurance agent to an IT recruiter before making ProCare my official home.

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The Benefits of Having a Doctoral Degree as a School Psychologist

Becoming a school psychologist is a big decision which should not be taken lightly. As a school psychologist, you must be able be an active listener, have an understanding of social perception, and be able to solve complex problems. In addition to this, it is important to be able to negotiate, make decisions, persuade others, teach, and implement changes to improve student performance within a school setting. It isn’t simply just selecting a career choice for a school psychologist, you must also determine if you want to complete your doctoral degree.

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Fun Spring Activities for SLPs

The sun is starting to shine more, and kids are ready to have fun as we welcome spring. The winter is long and cold for many students across the country. This means they are often forced to stay indoors for speech and language sessions. Spring time allows a bit more flexibility on planning sessions which work on goals while moving things outdoors. Of course, springtime rain and chilly temperatures may force some time inside, so be sure to have some back-up plans.

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