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Written by Erin Coulter, Published on August 28, 2018

As a new clinician, I struggled with providing cognitive therapy to my patients with dementia. I would give them word finds, crossword puzzles, and other simple worksheets to pass the time; however, while this material may have been stimulating them, I did not understand the purpose or see the benefit. That’s when I started asking questions and researching.

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Topics:Clinicalcognitive therapydementiatips for new grads

Written by Monique Cevasco, Published on August 21, 2018

One of the great aspects about a career as a speech-language pathologist is the diverse settings in which you can work. From newborns to geriatrics, you are bound to find your niche, but if you have not experienced a certain setting it can seem intimidating to begin your career or make a career change. Below are 10 things you should know to help start your career working as a skilled nursing facility SLP.

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Topics:Careersskilled nursing facilitytips for new grads

Written by Alexandria Russell, Published on August 14, 2018

With the ever-growing presence of social media networks, SLPs are in a great position to expand their reach by educating each other and sharing resources. Over the next few months, we’re interviewing 5 SLPs who are doing excellent work in the social media world.

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Topics:career developmentCareersinterviews with slpssocial media

Written by Michelle Badagliacca MS, CCC-SLP, TSSLD, Published on August 7, 2018

As a Speech Language Pathologist working in Early Intervention, it can be daunting when you are traveling from home to home and family to family. Keeping things simple is the key to effective speech therapy. Here are some tips to get you started:

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Topics:Clinicalearly interventionpediatricstips for new grads