School Therapy Resources

by Soliant Health on May 17, 2016

school occupational therapist resourcesWith autism and learning disabilities bringing challenges to many classrooms, school therapists are in high demand. Most schools have access to a team of specialists who can help with speech, occupational, and language issues, and many other problems that face children in and out of the classroom that can be accessed at no cost to families.

Many times, parents and teachers are not aware of all of the different programs available. Healthcare workers should make themselves aware of the many different services that are available within the school system and share that information with parents, to create a cohesive plan of action when working to improve the life of a child. [click to continue…]

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A hospital’s beauty goes beyond its looks. It extends to the quality of care it provides. So whether it is impeccable interior design or unmatched service that has impressed you, we want to know which hospitals are keeping you happy and why!

For the eighth year in a row, Soliant invites you to  help determine the Most Beautiful Hospitals in the U.S. Begin by submitting your nomination here. Once the nominees are announced next week, you will be able to vote on your picks.

There’s only 2 days left to submit your nominations – submit your favorite hospital by May 15th!

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School Nurses Deserve Recognition and Appreciation

by Soliant Health on May 10, 2016

school nurse appreciationAs May 11 is National School Nurse Day, students, parents, and teachers around the country should be showing their appreciation to the hard working individual who keeps school medical records, performs health screenings, treats and comforts sick and injured kids, and doles out daily medication to students. However, in many school districts, there isn’t enough funding to keep a full time nurse in every school, making the jobs of existing nurses all the more difficult. [click to continue…]

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My Special Nursing Moment 2016

by Carmela Nazareno on May 6, 2016

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There are close to 4 million nurses in the United States. And, chances are,  each one has that special nursing moment he or she will never forget.

Think of your first, your current, or your last job as a nurse. What moment made a true impact on who you are today? For the third year in a row, we’re asking nurses to share their Special Nursing Moments with us in honor of National Nurses Week 2016.

By sharing your special moment in a comment below, you’ll be automatically entered to win a $100 SpaFinder gift certificate for some much needed me-time!

Soliant Health proudly celebrates National Nurses Week, May 6-12.

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Heartwarming Soliant Special Nursing Moments from years past:

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Celebrating Mothers and More

by Soliant Health on May 3, 2016

mothers day speech activitiesMay is here, and this means that it is time to think about Mother’s Day. This is the perfect opportunity to celebrate mothers and other special women in our lives. Think about each of your students and remember those who may not live with their mothers. Check in with their family members for suggestions on who they may be able to focus on. Ask all families to send in a photo of the special woman in their lives to be used during the speech and language project. [click to continue…]

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Autism Awareness Month Feature: Staar Fields

by Soliant Health on April 26, 2016

For those with family members on the autism spectrum, autism awareness begins right at home. On today’s blog, we’re getting a first-hand look at a family brought together by autism. We are delighted to introduce you to Staar Fields, mega-talented musician and mother to 8-year-old Gabriel.autism awareness month [click to continue…]

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