The holiday season can be a very distracting time for children and adults. A majority of time is occupied by spending time with family, days off, and fun celebrations. Of course, this means that speech-language pathologists must be even more careful not to lose track of individual goals for speech and language. Continue reading “December Holiday and Break Crunch”
The 2013 American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) Convention in Chicago, IL is fast approaching! Soliant Health will be there from November 14 – November 16 to answer any of your questions and to provide you with more information about our career opportunities and services. Continue reading “Soliant is going to ASHA!”
The fall season offers many opportunities for themed therapy activities. From the drop in temperature to the changing leaves, to Halloween and Thanksgiving celebrations, it’s no surprise that SLP resources for the fall season are abundant on the web.
Halloween activities are especially exciting for students at this time of year because of the animated nature of this holiday. Below you will find some of the best Halloween activity ideas for making your speech therapy sessions even more spooktacular: Continue reading “5 Spooktacular Halloween Activity Ideas for SLPs”
Soliant Health, a leading specialty healthcare staffing provider and part of Adecco Group, debuted at number 15 among “The Best Places to Work” in Atlanta Business Chronicle’s annual survey.
The Atlanta Business Chronicle selected the top 100 Best Places to Work from a nomination pool of more than 560 companies. The list comprised of three categories: small (up to 100 employees), mid-size (101-500 employees), and large (501+ employees) companies. Continue reading “Soliant Health Named One of Atlanta’s Best Places to Work”
The era of wearable technology has arrived and with it came something right out of a sci-fi movie — the Google Glass. This eyeglass-esque computer device was released for trial earlier this year. Participants, called “explorers,” were able to snag a pair for a hefty price of $1,500. During this trial, Google aims to make improvements to the Glass and to finalize a product eligible for mass production. Recent reports say the Google Glass could retail approximately $300 when it finally becomes available to the public.¹ Continue reading “Through The Google Glass”
Despite a lack of regulation, sanitary conditions, and other drawbacks, the early days (and I mean really early days) of nursing might be able to teach us a lesson or two when it comes to the present day.
For example: Continue reading “A Nursing Memo to You …From 1860”