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The Heartbeat of Speech-Language Pathology

We are truly honored to feature our guest blogger Phuong Palafox. Phuong wholeheartedly welcomes us to reflect on our own physical and mental status in order to speak SLP truths. As we wade through this worldwide crisis, Phuong's raw and poignant message lets all SLPs know that we are not alone, and that everything we do is enough. We welcome you to connect with Phuong as you read, and help support her empowering movement.
  • Podcast

True Confessions Episode 29: I was not financially prepared for a pandemic

In this timely episode, we chat with Craig Goldslager, a financial planner who is also married to an SLP. We talk about everything from the CARES Act to the stock market and everything we need to consider to financially survive COVID-19. He highlights ways to access cash now if we need it and discusses things to consider moving forward should something like this happen again in the future.
  • teletherapy

But What Does Telepractice LOOK Like?

Telepractice is at the forefront right now for the majority of speech therapists. How do we navigate this sudden shift to telehealth amid the COVID-19 crisis? Guest blogger, Angela Saus, shares her telepractice experience by illustrating a real yet comforting piece that lets us know, "It's going to be okay.".
  • Therapy

Can I Use SLP Toolkit in Telepractice?

Read on to learn how you can use SLP Toolkit as a teletherapist!

By: Lisa

  • Podcast

True Confessions Episode 28: I call in sick because I just need a day off.

We are thrilled to have guest Jessi Andricks, Stress Management Coach for SLPs, in the confessional to chat with us about burn out and managing stress - and no we do no suggest crying in your car! This is a critically important conversation as we have all felt burnout from this job and we hope you will find the solutions given in this episode help you to find joy in the job! Jessi is a wealth of knowledge and has a unique background that is perfect for this conversation
  • Podcast
  • IEP
  • meetings
  • law

True Confessions Episode 27: Having an attorney in a meeting is scary.

No one wants to hear that an attorney is going to be in attendance at a meeting. But they are there for a reason, and in this episode we chat about what that reason is. We also discuss ways teams can be proactive to avoid getting to the point of having an attorney present in the first place. We are thrilled to have **[Lloyd Donders, Esq](https://www.specialedlegalinfo.com/)**., a special education attorney, in the confessional for this very important conversation! You won't want to miss this episode!

By: Lisa and Sarah

  • Supervision
  • SLPA

Supervising SLPAs with Confidence

Using SLPAs as a primary service provider can be challenging since the supervising SLP must make treatment decisions based on another person's data...unless they have the right set of tools!
  • Podcast

True Confessions Episode 26: A positive mindset and a smile can get you what you want.

In this episode we have our bestie Chris Wenger aka **[@speechdude ](https://www.instagram.com/speechdude/)**aka 'The Wang' chatting with us about everything from what went down at ASHA, to what it's really like working in a high school, and how to advocate for yourself! We just love this guy and we know you will too!

By: Lisa and Sarah

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