How to Put the 'Super' in Supervisor

Posted on November 05, 2013 by Janice Tucker | 0 Comments

Being a supervisor in any setting brings to mind a myriad of responsibilities. Is it best to guide or direct, monitor or inspect, influence or manage? As a supervisor to well over 120 speech-langua...

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Posted in Catholic school, Pathology, Professional sports, Speech, Working class

Collaboration Corner: The Technology You Need to Get It Done

Posted on October 21, 2013 by Kerry Davis | 0 Comments

  Like most school years, I’m always amazed at how chaotic re-entry can be. As a traveling therapist (locally, and now globally) a few everyday tech tools are an integral part of connecting wi...

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Posted in Collaboration, Education, Internet forum, Parent, Pathology

Distinguishing Cluttering from Stuttering

Posted on August 27, 2013 by Brooke Leiman | 1 Comment

A person who clutters may demonstrate disfluencies that are unlike what we see in people who stutter. Some examples of disfluencies that are more typical of a person who clutters is excessive whole...

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Posted in Fluency, Indian people, Pathology, Symptom

Why the Gender Imbalance in the Schools?

Posted on August 06, 2013 by Perry Flynn | 0 Comments

I believe all of us SLPs, both men and women, would do well to get the word out about our rewarding profession. We all need to cast a wide net to recruit men to the profession.

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Posted in County, Language, Leadership, Pathology