Finding a Voice For a Child: An SLP dives into nonverbal communication to help a young client, and the result is a regional AAC program.
A Lawful Re-entry: A school-based SLP was continually called on to update IEP team members about changing federal regulations. One law degree later, she now serves Ohio schools as an official special-education legal expert.
Tough Talks: An SLP shares why it’s important to get comfortable with breaking unpleasant news—and provides tips for tackling those conversations.
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