Can you believe it is almost March and Mardi Gras?
In an effort to stop procrastination (I’m thinking about giving it up for Lent) and be more positive, I am debating on what to be when I grow up. For years, I was content being a school-based speech language pathologist. I was good at it, it was rewarding, and I had a dream position (really…I did!)
Now, I’m working at a university (which is very different, I love teaching new SLPs who to do what I love). This position, while not direct therapy, is also very rewarding. I’m shaping the very fabric of the profession – how awesome is that? Continue reading →
Affectionately known as Adventures with CEUs
Alternately known as What do you mean it’s not EBP? They’re ASHA CEUs!
Every so often a situation arises where a person is slapped alongside the head with a clue by four. We have all had those “duh!” moments where we realize that a basic principle of life is not quite what we expected…if we’re lucky we also find out why.
There have been a couple of those slaps for me recently, and I thought I’d share them with you in the hopes that you can learn from my experiences. Continue reading →
It’s hard to believe that it’s only two weeks until ASHA 2012. Things have been absolutely swamped for me.
I’ve only just returned from New Mexico. I was blessed (and honored) to be invited to present at the New Mexico Speech Hearing Association (NMSHA). I presented on using iPads in therapy – and demonstrated many apps. I was lucky enough to have several app codes to give away to some lucky winners too! Let me tell you too… Those people at NMSHA they know how to … Continue reading →