Clinical services for stuttering are core to the scope of practice of speech-language pathology. However, many, if not most, speech-language pathologists report stuttering as the disorder they feel least comfortable assessing and/or treating.
Texas continues to experience an influx of new residents. As changes to the state demographics occur, clinicians are faced with the reality of providing services to individuals who speak a growing number of languages. Decisions as to which language to support and target in therapy are important, and
That’s not for me. I don’t have time. I’m not a leader. Someone else will do it. Other people are more qualified. I don’t like speaking in front of people. Maybe someday I’ll consider it but not now.
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Thank You to Our 2017 Convention Sponsors
The intersection of the Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association (TSHA) Convention in Austin and the 85th Texas Legislative Session was the ideal launchpad for “capitolizing” on our legislative agenda! Prior to Convention, legislative issues including rate reducti