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The ASHA Leader, December 2017, Vol. 22, 22. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ.22122017.22
The ASHA Leader, December 2017, Vol. 22, 22. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ.22122017.22

“They started the year by calling me the Speech Teacher and ended it with ‘SLP’ or ‘Speech Papougagist’ (close enough, right?).”

—SLP Danielle Reed on her blog Sublime Speech on helping students, parents and colleagues understand the title of speech-language pathologist.

“You got FUNDED, now what?!”

—SLP Kristine Lamb in a post on her Live, Love, Speech blog on grant-writing tips to get funding for school-based activities and materials.

“Remember the person you are interacting with is … wait for it … HUMAN.”

—SLP Mary Huston in a post on her Speech Adventures blog on practicing good social skills online.

“Practice the ‘art of the pause.’”

—SLP Annie Doyle in a post on her blog Doyle Speech Works on tips for helping emotional or sad students.

“Your patients are the livelihood of your practice and should be treated that way!”

—Kirstin Moran on the Audigy blog in a post about patient-retention strategies for private hearing care practices.

“Literacy is a huge part of school. It is a huge part of life. It is just huge.”

—From a post on The Speech Mom blog about jump-starting early literacy development.
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