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  • Re-Thinking Goals

    Re-Thinking Goals

    My goal for this blog post is to get you to think about goals in different ways and as essential components of your clinical and educational practice. Since I have […]

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  • Confronting Ableism in our PT Practice

    Confronting Ableism in our PT Practice

    These are two phrases I hadn’t though very much about until reading a recent article by Schwab and Silva.1 I am now thinking about them a lot more, and specifically […]

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  • Master Adaptive Learners- Content Versus Process?

    Master Adaptive Learners- Content Versus Process?

    This month I wanted to elaborate a bit on the “Master Adaptive Learners” (MAL) concept1,2,3 and the related challenge around finding a balance between supporting students in becoming MAL and […]

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  • Master Adaptive Learners

    Master Adaptive Learners

    Several recent events (aligning stars?) have me thinking about this “Master Adaptive Learners” (MAL) concept1,2,3 and how this is so closely intertwined with PT Learning For Practice LLC. I mentioned […]

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  • Human Development and Implications for Clinical Practice

    Human Development and Implications for Clinical Practice

    Human Development and Implications for Clinical Practice Recently, I had the privilege of participating in the Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy Education Summit III. The over-arching goal of this Summit […]

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  • Learning

    Learning

    Learning about the Social Determinants of Health so that we can improve clinical practice. Lifelong learning is a foundational element of professionalism. I would argue that it is also a […]

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  • Measurement

    Measurement

    An essential component of all pediatric physical therapy practice is measurement- data collection- in an ongoing, valid, reliable, and unbiased way. My experience suggests that we regularly miss out on […]

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  • Blog Post March 1, 2023- Transitions

    Blog Post March 1, 2023- Transitions

    This month I’d like to talk about the challenges of successful life transitions. These are challenges for all of us- some have referred to transitions as a period of floundering- […]

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  • Blog Post January 26, 2023 Idiopathic Toe Walking

    Blog Post January 26, 2023 Idiopathic Toe Walking

    This can be quite a challenge for children and families, and for pediatric physical therapists- will children just grow out of this? Is it an indication of other diagnoses? What […]

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  • Core Values

    Core Values

    Learner-centered education for better physical therapy practices. Provide learner-centered professional development and continuing education (CE) courses that lead to and sustain knowledge translation and practice improvement. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion […]

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