There is a nationwide shortage of speech-language pathologists (SLPs),
and today’s schools are feeling the brunt of it. Research shows that
being without a speech-language pathologist for even thirty days can
wreak havoc on student gains and special-education compliance. One
solution that’s been on the upsurge in recent years is telepractice,
a form of speech-language therapy delivered through the use of
Telepractice is defined by the American Speech-Language-Hearing
Association (ASHA) as “the provision of health services over a
telecommunications network…using high-speed interactive video
and remote computing applications to provide speech-language
and hearing services to consumers living in underserved areas.”
As such, ASHA considers telepractice a viable form of therapy—
and an excellent solution to the SLP shortage in schools.
In this webinar, Erika Krupkin, SLP-CCC gives practical advice on how to build your perfect Speech-Language Pathology career.
The career options facing new graduates and early career SLPs can sometime be daunting. Leveraging her extensive experience as a school-based SLP and mentor, Erika provides great perspective on how to get your career started right. Her tips include;
- Setting yourself up for success
- Clarifying what you want
- Considering your option
- Making mentorship count
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In this webinar, Learn It Clinical Manager Katie Staniszewski, M.S. CCC-SLP discusses her research on creating a collaborative learning environment for students with severe communications disabilities.
Children with severe disabilities face many academic challenges. Implementation of a strong collaborative transdisciplinary model that includes the caregivers can improve child outcomes. Katie presents a case study demonstrating the implementation of a collaborative model and it’s success. From her work, Katie has several practical tips for special educators to create collaborative learning environments and overcome typical barriers inhibiting the development of strong teams.
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