Year: 2015

Just Leave Him to Die

Have you ever considered volunteering on a mission project that utilizes your unique skill set?  Kris did!  Listen to her insights into this special experience during

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SLPs are a talkative bunch.  We spend a lot of our time talking about talking!  But there are many moments throughout the year, in which

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Gifts of Gab!

I try to buy Christmas gifts as the inspiration strikes and I have a shelf in our guest room where I hide those goodies.  It’s

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A Quick RehASH-A

ASHA timed it just right this year.  Denver had snow just before our arrival and struggled with more wintery weather just after our departure.  I’m

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Paris Memories

For several summers when I was growing up, we had a French exchange student stay with us.  She was beautiful, fashionable and unbelievably sophisticated for

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Find Me at #ASHA15!

I’m getting exited!  ASHA looms on the horizon and I can’t wait to attend sessions, work the exhibit hall and socialize.  Will you be there? 

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The views expressed in this blog are my own and are intended to inspire other speech-language pathologists in their own practice. If you are a parent, teacher or other educator, these ideas are not intended to take the place of treatment by a certified clinician. Read full disclaimer here.