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Are You Okay, Annie? 

Based on true story

I was crying in the corner like a child in time-out when someone placed their hand on my shoulder, asking in a high-pitched voice, “Annie, are you okay? 613 more words

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Janice Tucker Shepard

Title: Speech-Language Pathologist

Company: Chicago Public Schools

Location: Chicago, IL

Chicago, IL, August 4, 2015, Janice Tucker Shepard, MS, CCC-SLP-L , Speech-Language Pathologist at Chicago Public Schools, has been recognized by Elite American Educators for dedication, achievement and leadership in speech pathology. 265 more words

Speech Pathology

Studying a degree from home

So it’s getting to that time when all your friends are getting ready to pack up all their stuff and head back to University. They’re all out buying their new furniture for their new flat and getting excited about freshers week again. 429 more words

SIGP Views from the Cube: Elite DNA Comprehensive Therapy

Michelle Pickett is a rising junior in WCAS, pursuing a major in Cognitive Science and a minor in Human Communication Sciences. She is studying to become a Speech-Language Pathologist and interned this summer with Elite DNA Comprehensive Therapy as a part of the… 476 more words

Career Development

Sally VanBebber-Salter

Title: Speech Pathologist

Company: Club Z In-Home Tutoring

Location: Stockton, CA

Stockton, CA, August 14, 2015, Sally VanBebber-Salter, Speech Pathologist at Club Z In-Home Tutoring, has been recognized by Elite American Educators for dedication, achievement and leadership in speech patholohy. 133 more words

Speech Pathology Week

Each year Speech Pathology Australia hosts Speech Pathology Week to help raise awareness of those in our community who have a speech disorder or swallowing difficulty. 112 more words

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It's here... DEADLY INTENT!

GIVEAWAY!!

Today’s the day! DEADLY INTENT is finally here!

To celebrate the release of Deadly Intent, I’m having a giveaway.  Grand prize is a $25 Amazon gift cards but that’s not all! 257 more words

Lillian Duncan