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More than fun and games: iPads give autistic children a voice Image

More than fun and games: iPads give autistic children a voice

May 29, 2014

Jaime Morin, 9, was diagnosed with autism at age 2 and has been nonverbal his whole life. When the therapy he was receiving at school became insufficient, his mother, Lupe Santander, sent him to Big Sky Pediatric Therapy, where he went for speech and occupational therapy once a week. It was there that they heard of Zach's Voice, a nonprofit group that provides iPads to autistic children with communication deficiencies. Read More »


Geriatricians: Beware ‘Liquid Candy’ Image

Geriatricians: Beware ‘Liquid Candy’

May 28, 2014

Bottles of liquid nutritional supplements have become such staples in older people’s refrigerators, in nursing homes and assisted living facilities, and in hospitals, that it’s easy to assume they serve a useful purpose for seniors who are losing weight. Read More »


Cute Calf Gets a Shiny New Set of Prosthetic Hooves to Help Him Walk (VIDEO) Image

Cute Calf Gets a Shiny New Set of Prosthetic Hooves to Help Him Walk (VIDEO)

May 27, 2014

A Texas calf has a shiny new set of hooves to break in, thanks to a team of hard-working prosthetic limb makers. The Virginia-born calf, named Hero, got a new set of prosthetic hooves on Wednesday to accommodate his growing size. Read More »


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Happy Memorial Day From Therapeutic Resources

May 26, 2014

Therapeutic Resources wants to wish everyone a Happy Memorial Day. Read More »


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