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  • School SLP

Embracing Expertise: Practicing at the Top of Your SLP License

Having a hard time connecting what you learned about phonetic science in grad school to what you’re doing in your day-to-day job in the schools? If yes - the Embracing Expertise Series with Drs. Kelly Farquharson & Laurel Bruce is just for you! Read on for more details on how to register and practice at the top of your license!

By: lisa

  • Podcast

True Confessions Episode 48: We have written ableist goals for Autistic students.

We have the amazing Rachel Dorsey in the confessional, and we are so excited! We've had the chance to collaborate with Rachel several times in the past, and each time we speak to her we always say we wish it had been recorded, because she is a wealth of knowledge! In this episode, we chat about her recent SLP Summit presentation on writing neurodiversity affirming IEP goals and the difficulty with sustaining masking behavior in Autistic individuals (which is what we traditionally see written in IEP goals).
  • aac

Supporting Parents, Guardians, and Caregivers of AAC Users: What more can SLPs do?

This post discusses 4 important pillars of caregiver support for successful AAC therapy: Allowing Space for Grief, Understanding Unique Family Units, Being Clear on Benefits for Caregivers and Clients, and Focusing on the Long Term Impact.

By: Marisa Julius

  • Podcast

True Confessions Episode 47: You don't have to work in a brick and mortar office to be an SLP

We are thrilled to have our bestie Shannon with Speechy Musings in the confessional (from her Airstream)! If you have ever thought about being a traveling SLP, starting a business, creating products, or making a change within the field this episode is for you! We know that burnout is real but this profession needs you! We hope you find this confession inspiring and informational.
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