Blogjam —SLP Tiffani Wallace in a post on her Dysphagia Ramblings blog about her interactions with patients with dysphagia. —SLP Laura Dee on the All Y’all Need blog about sharing kindness—the SLP way—by respecting and getting along with school custodial staff. —SLP Mallory Moore in a post on her Spirited Speech ... Blogjam
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The ASHA Leader, August 2017, Vol. 22, 24. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ.22082017.22
The ASHA Leader, August 2017, Vol. 22, 24. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ.22082017.22

“I’m not the evil monster that takes away the food that you like so that you can eat modified food that you often tell me you wouldn’t serve to your worst enemy or to your pets.”

—SLP Tiffani Wallace in a post on her Dysphagia Ramblings blog about her interactions with patients with dysphagia.

“Don’t walk on the freshly waxed floors. Obey the ‘Do not enter’ signs.”

—SLP Laura Dee on the All Y’all Need blog about sharing kindness—the SLP way—by respecting and getting along with school custodial staff.

“Sometimes I feel pretty bad for my patients because, honestly, I can’t carry a tune. However, some of my best therapy sessions have happened when using music and songs.”

—SLP Mallory Moore in a post on her Spirited Speech Pathology blog about using music in speech-language treatment sessions.

“I may have excused my coworker’s behavior and possibly delayed her from getting the help she needed.”

—SLP Daria O’Brien on her Speech Paths blog about how to recognize substance abuse in the workplace and what to do about it.

“He is smart but can’t seem to get out of his own way.”

—SLP Patricia Rakovic in a post on her Rakovic SLP Chat blog about helping children with executive functioning difficulties.

“As an aunt (and a pediatric SLP) I don’t want to give just okay books. I want to give great books.”

—SLP Rachel on her Let’s Talk Speech Therapy blog on the top 10 books that encourage language development for all children, whether or not they have language delays.
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