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The Who, What, When, Where and Why of Pediatric Physical Therapists….

Pediatric physical therapists specialize in working with children who have a variety of diagnoses including developmental delay, birth defects, congenital conditions, and injuries. Some therapists participate in advanced training offered through the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) to become certified while others take specialty tracks when obtaining their Doctorate Degree.

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Therapy Career Fairs

Come and Go from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. Come on over to meet our team and learn more about opportunities in home health. Want a flexible schedule, 401K, benefits, and to make a difference in the lives of children? So do we! It's our passion and purpose. We can't wait to meet you! Take a peak at the dates and locations. Feel free to call us if you have any questions 469-341-7772, ask for Amanda or Jen 

MAY 10 - RICHARDSON - 3400 Waterview Parkway, Suite 115 Richardson, Texas 75080

May 16, 2019 AUSTIN - 7718 Wood Hollow Drive, Suite G-18 Austin, Texas 78731

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Help us Celebrate Occupational Therapy Month

According to the American Occupational Therapy Association,Inc, "Occupational therapy practitioners ask, "What matters to you?" not, "What's the matter with you?"In its simplest terms, occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants help people across the lifespan participate in the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of everyday activities (occupations).

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Free Webinar hosted by Grow with Shield Healthcare

Mark your calendars - Shield HealthCare is hosting a Roundtable Discussion today July 25, 2018, titled "Parenting a Child with Special Needs" Click link for information and to sign up. 

http://www.shieldhealthcare.com/community/grow/2018/06/25/parenting-a-ch...

 

 

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Sensory Night at the Perot Museum

Click on the image above to see more information about the Sensory Sleep Over hosted by the Perot Museum. 

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TOP Soccer

The McKinney Soccer Association recently announced the launch of its TOP Soccer Program for Fall 2018. TOP Soccer is for children ages 4-19 with special needs. Registration is open now and children do not need to be a resident of McKinney to join. 

For more information click https://www.mckinneysoccer.org/topsoccer-faq/

To register click https://www.mckinneysoccer.org/topsoccer-registration/

What is TOPSoccer …

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Life Hacks for Parents with Disabilities from Ellen Stumbo

We recently found this article on The Mighty written by Ellen Stumbo, and wanted to share with our VIVA Pediatrics families. There are some great time saving, stress free hacks that Ellen shares from other parents of kids with disabilities. We hope this helps you all out. 

 

https://themighty.com/2018/04/life-hacks-parents-of-kids-with-disabiliti...

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ANNOUNCING - VIVA PEDIATRICS' NEW COMPREHENSIVE BENEFIT PACKAGE

VIVA Pediatrics is pleased to announce our new COMPREHENSIVE BENEFIT PACKAGE

This package includes:

Flexible Schedules

Competitive Weekly Pay          

Paid Time Off

Major Medical with generous contribution from VIVA

Dental & Vision Coverage           

Prescription Concierge Service

Health Savings Account     

Flexible Spending Account      

Dependent Care FLEX

401K

Life Insurance   

Voluntary Life

Wellness Program and Incentives

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April is National Occupational Therapy Month

April is National Occupational Therapy month. This month and all year long,we celebrate VIVA's very own incredible Occupational Therapists, also known as OT's. 

According to The American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc.'s website 

"Occupational therapy services typically include"

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Spotlight on Therapy - OT, PT, and ST For Your Child, In Your Home

From birth and through the years, parents strive to provide support and opportunities for their children to grow physically, emotionally, socially and academically.  Parents focus on their child’s first words, first steps, counting, ABCs, writing their name and later progress to making friends, academic achievements, sports accolades and the list goes on.  Often, these “milestones” can occur so quickly that life seems to fly by.  There can be times when concerns linger about development, and parents search for guidance.  For children that need a boost, pediatric therapy can play a vital rol

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