Are Career Fairs Worth My Time?

It is a universal fact known by all adults in the workforce: looking for a new job is the worst. Job searching is anxiety-producing, time consuming, and just down right frustrating at times! No one enjoys rejection or being ignored. Not everyone has months to sit around and wait for opportunity to knock on their door. […]

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Is Home Healthcare for You?

Aspire Medical Staffing  partners with home health agencies in Texas and throughout the country. With nearly 8 million Americans receiving some form of home or community care each year, the home health industry needs a variety of health care workers to keep their businesses running smoothly. If you’re considering a job in home care, ask […]

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Myskybridge goes to Denver

This week, Aspire Therapy Services is headed to Denver, CO for the 2015 ASHA Convention! We are so excited to be able to take part and feature our Telepractice platform! ~MySkyBridge~ Stay tuned for #MSB@ASHA15updates and photos! To all who are attending: See you there! If you are headed to the convention, here is a […]

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Telepractice- What is it and how can I use it?

Previous to 2012, if you looked to see if “telepractice” was a trending, often googled topic- the answer would be no….. Graphed as a flatline. In Jan 2012, that changed and now it is a growing interest with people researching and searching “telepractice” on a daily basis. Telepractice has allowed speech therapy to grow with […]

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Speech iPad Apps

Doing home health therapy you often find yourself lugging around bags and bags of material and toys/games for your patients to use. When the iPad came into my life I felt motivated to move away from being a bag lady and utilize my iPad as much as possible for therapy. This became a bit overwhelming […]

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Industry Standard Documentation in Physical Therapy—- that is wrong

Industry Standard Documentation in Physical Therapy—- that is wrong. By Robert Wallace, PT, DPT   After thirty years of seeing physical therapy documentation, I’ve noticed that there are several things that we document that are simply incorrect. It seems that therapists tend to see someone write something and then simply repeat it, without thinking about […]

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Developmental Speech Sounds

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wguSXbUe2hw&feature=youtu.be There’s a fine line between when a child’s speech sounds “cute” and when that child may need speech therapy. So many times people think their child’s speech is “adorable” and “funny”, will it still be “adorable” and “so cute” when that child is 9 years old or 12 years old? This is where Speech […]

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