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Blogjam  |   November 01, 2017
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Blogjam   |   November 01, 2017
The ASHA Leader, November 2017, Vol. 22, 22. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ.22112017.22
The ASHA Leader, November 2017, Vol. 22, 22. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ.22112017.22

“Move away from the jargon as much as you can. If you are going to use more technical language then back it up with definitions and examples.”

—SLP Collette gives report-writing tips for different audiences on her blog “Alberta Speechie.”

“Like one of my former colleagues once said: ‘The schedule is temporarily permanent!’”

—SLP Tracy Morlan from a post on her blog “Gold Country SLP” on scheduling tips for the school year.

“Imitate her and then … wait. And wait. And then wait some more.”

—Pediatric SLP Laura Mize in a post on the “Teach Me to Talk” blog about strategies for parents to encourage dialogue with late-talking children.

“You do not want people to think you are that ‘crazy’ parent. Well—to this I say, get over it.”

—Pediatric SLP Nicole Kolenda in a post on her eponymous blog about parents considering early intervention programs for their children.

“If your student hasn’t been to the beach, then your student may not know to associate bucket, umbrella and boogie board as items in the beach category.”

—SLP Felice Clark in a post on her blog “The Dabbling Speechie” about category activities to build language skills with students.
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