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Top 6 Tips for Successful SLPA Supervision

    A few weeks ago, I wrote a post on Top 6 tips for a successful year as a CFY Supervisor.  A colleague had asked if I had tips and forms for working with an SLPA.  I have been very fortunate on my path to becoming a Speech-Language Pathologist.

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Top 7 Tips for Successful CFY Supervision

  Is this your first year being a CFY Supervisor? Have you been supporting the future of our field for years in this capacity? I have been very fortunate to support our profession as a Practicum Supervisor for several Undergraduate Student Clinicians and as a CFY Supervisor for new clinicians

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Top 5 Tips for SLPs Moving to a New State

  Can you guess what I have been doing the past 6 months?  I just completed a HUGE cross country move from Las Vegas, NV to Asheville, NC!  If you are contemplating a big move too let me share some quick tips to make your life easier! 1.  Start Packing

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Finding Speech Resources for Less Made Easy!

I love a GREAT FIND.  In fact, I spend too much on my little treasures but I use them so I figure in the end the amount I save is more than the amount I spend (I know, I’m a “retail therapy -therapy materials fanatic”).   This is where I go

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Why do I still use my mini-recorder in Speech?

I know that for many of us, we get to a point where we are internally diagnosing or assessing our communication partner’s speech or tongue posture.  For example, my husband (and initially my daughter) have a bit of a tongue thrust and it makes me want to reach over and

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Trolling for Speech Therapy Materials

    Have your student’s mentioned to you over and over that the new Trolls movie is coming out?  Between work and home, I have heard my students and my child mention it a time or two.  It made me wish my childhood home was closer to where I live

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New Halloween Books for Speech Therapy

You might have expected me to bring up some old faithful Halloween books. You know the ones (one had a little old lady that has an issue with eating things she shouldn’t, another is an old lady that isn’t afraid of anything, and the third has a kind witch that likes to

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App Review: Test of Articulation and Phonology (iTap)

Right before the school year ended, I was provided the opportunity to try iTap with my students and write up this review for YOU.  Test of Articulation and Phonology (iTAP), is a fully standardized assessment tool.  It was normed off of monolingual English speakers from Texas. Although Smarty Ears provided

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