Animal Carryover Bags was published in Clinician's Choice 2 (Communication Skill Builders) for speech clinicians and parents to use as a child transitions out of therapy. Click on the attachment below to see excerpts of practice material for s-z, r, l, sh or any sound.
Speaker First Aid for Laryngitis (see attachment below)
SMAC: Keep Your Voice Healthy (see attachment below)
American Speech-Language Hearing Association
ASHA http://www.asha.org/public/ is the recognized leader of the speech-language and audiological fields.
What do the letters behind a therapist's/clinician's name mean?
B.S stands for Bachelor of Science degree; M.S. stands for Master's of Science degree. B.A. stands for Bachelor of Arts degree; M.A. stands for Master of Arts. PhD stands for Doctrate degree.
CCC-SLP stands for the Certificate of Clinical Competence that ASHA issues to a speech-language pathologist who has earned a Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology, completed 300 hours of directly supervised clinical contact hours distributed across the disorder spectrum (voice, fluency, language, hearing and articulation), completed a year of supervised full-time clinical work and passed his or her state's Speech-Language Pathology Board Examination. An audiologist earns a CCC-A. Many, but not all, speech-language pathologists completed additional college classes in order to hold an education degree and a State License in Education as well as state license in Speech-Language Pathology.
Example: Victoria Ryan, M.S./CCC-SLP (Master of Science/Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology). Victoria Ryan, B.S.-Ed; (Bachelor of Science in Speech Therapy-Education) is not usually included in our signatures.
|Animal co excerpts.pdf||2.4 MB|
|Spker First Aid.pdf||299.02 KB|
|Spker SMAC.pdf||869.86 KB|