For a couple of years now, I have been reminded of a conversation I had on Facebook regarding a certain well-known therapy technique. During the course of this conversation, several private practice SLPs (and a couple school-based SLPs) stated they (and I’m paraphrasing) didn’t care if a product was evidence based because … Continue reading
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Morals, Ethics, and Responsibilities
Have you ever considered, I mean REALLY considered the responsibility we have to ourselves, our clients, and our profession? Of course you have…
We know we have a responsibility to keep up to date on research, to use evidence based practices in our clinical therapies, and to attempt to track our ever-widening (and often over-reaching) scope of practice…This helps our maintain our responsibility to our clients and profession (sort of).
But what about our responsibility to our fellow clinicians? That one is a bit trickier, isn’t it? Where does OUR responsibility end and THEIR responsibility begin? Is there a distinct line? Continue reading
Adventures in Surfing
No, not THAT kind of surfing (remember, I’m in a landlocked state).
Adventures in SUBWAY surfing…
Also known as OMG, she’s talking about a non-speech app? What the heck?
Alternately known as Speech-language therapy is NOT supposed to be about games and having fun.
Wait a minute. That doesn’t sound right. Continue reading