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A congratulatory dessert

A sweet, sweet friend surprised me today with a cake made of my favorite combination of ingredients (PB and chocolate) to celebrate wrapping up with my first client. 40 more words

The Emerging Clinician

Today I had my final session with my first client in the graduate student clinic. It was a great and challenging semester that tested my creativity skills in coming up with fun ways of getting my client out of his shell and providing articulation therapy. 94 more words

Day #70 - Rattle and Hum

What?!?!?!  100 Followers?  I know this isn’t a huge deal in Internet/Blogging land…but it’s a big deal in MY land!!!  Thank you all for your continued support, if you want to follow the blog there is a spot at the bottom of this post.   687 more words

Turkeys and Literacy Skills

I spend my Monday mornings providing intervention for children behind on their pre-literacy skills. There’s nothing like starting the week off playing games with kindergartens to teach them how to blend, segment, and label letter-sound correspondences. 124 more words

MESPA Quarterly Meetings-Scheduled into 2016!

Here is a list of MESPA quarterly meetings scheduled into 2016:

1) Sunday, January 11th, 2015, 6:00-8:00 pm: “Topic-Assessment and Treatment of Vocal Cord Dysfunction” by Darla Freeman-LeVay M.S.,CCC-SLP, Clinical Instructor of the University of South Florida… 137 more words

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In Case You Missed It: NFOSD Webinars

There’s been plenty of buzz in my social media feeds this week about voice and swallowing disorders and how we can become more competent service providers in these areas. 103 more words


Rehabilitation and dementia

I’m in the final stages of a subject on rehabilitation and dementia, and this Wordle was one of the last activities for our online weekly activities. 256 more words

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