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  • Podcast

True Confessions Episode 31: I knew nothing about complex communication needs and AAC before working in that setting

It's our first episode of season 3 and it's a great one!!! We are thrilled to have Emily Diaz in the confessional chatting with us about everything from working with secondary students with complex communication needs to teletherapy and everything in between! This episode has something for everyone and is timely for our current situation!
  • Back to School

SLP Survival Guide for the First Week Back to School

Back to School 2020 is like nothing we have ever experienced! While there are a lot of unknowns we hope that this step by step checklist will help make your first week back easier!

By: Sarah

  • update

New updates for SLP Toolkit

Check out the newest changes to SLP Toolkit!
  • Scheduling

Eliminate Scheduling Tetris

Scheduling doesn't have to hurt. Check out this quick tutorial for creating your schedule quicker than ever before!

By: Sarah

  • caseload management

Caseload Management for School Based SLPs

Managing a caseload of 65+ students with diverse needs is CHALLENGING, to say the least. Read on to find out our best tips for organizing your students so you can ensure compliance as well as have all the info you need at a glance!
  • CF year

6 Lessons I Learned from My Clinical Fellowship Year

Although this post is geared towards clinical fellows that are either about to dive into their clinical fellowship, or that have recently finished, we feel that even seasoned SLPs can appreciate how guest blogger, Sarah Bromley, sincerely captures poignant moments and lessons during her CFY. This piece seems to call all SLPs to reflect on this roller-coaster school year, so that we can continue to move forward and evolve within our profession. May we always remember as Sarah states, “You are a skilled and competent clinician.”
  • Podcast

True Confessions Episode 30: It's not a people problem it's a process problem.

Phuong Palafox, author of The Heartbeat of Speech-Language Pathology, and SLP at Bilinguistics in Austin, TX, joins us in the confessional for a discussion about what school-based SLPs can do to be successful in a system designed to make them unsuccessful. Phuong is not only a brilliant SLP but a beautiful person who has made it her mission to help SLPs know their worth and advocate for themselves. This episode is loaded with inspiration, truth bombs, and solutions! It's a must-listen for all school-based SLPs!
  • last day of school

End the Year With a Bang

You did it! You survived the school year! Now use your time wisely to ensure next year is even better!

By: Sarah

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