Get Out There

I caught the title for a blog post on Nicole Allison’s Speech Peeps website a while back that really resonates with me every afternoon around 12:00 PM when I find myself scarfing down a salad with only a computer screen and an EET poster staring back at me. “Dear Lonely SLP.” It is true. Being

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From the Ethics Committee….

Why Is There an Ethics Committee? Ethics does not sound like the most exciting of topics, but a code of ethics is vitally important in our professions: it forms a stable framework for our practice in the fields of Speech-Language Pathology, Audiology, and Communication Sciences. The Ethics Committee is able to accept written complaints, and

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