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Dr. Marie Jetté 3h
I'm cool with the hashtag since speech-language pathologist is our official title per , but I'm thinking that's probably USA-centric. SALT and SLT seem to be more common in other countries.
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Lindsay Brenner Nov 3
“What is this going to do for me?” -former patient reflecting on working with therapy during a long and complicated hospital stay. It’s so important to explain what we do AND why!
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Amanda Samperi Nov 1
🐸 Therapy book for the win! 🐸 I got this book last year at our book fair and it's a teacher AND student favorite! It's about this young frog who wants to be any other animal out there. Helps for perspective taking, flexible thinking, and more!
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Life As A Speechie Oct 30
It's one of those days when I realized how far I have come as an SLP in the last 4 yrs 😃 The growth that occurs after grad school is fast &slow, but every once in a while you'll have those days when you realize you are able to do something better & faster than before
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Dr. Marie Jetté Oct 27
Replying to @otoMD
Abother excellent reason to hire a great into your practice. We, too, can pass scopes! 😉
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Jane McKimmie Nov 1
Last shift today in the country. 🤭 I’m transferring to an office in Melbourne where I’ll be able to see my family and friends everyday! Living rurally is very tough but super rewarding. I highly recommend trying out a job in a rural area for any new graduate speech path!
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RastheP Nov 8
My man told me pick up the vibe. ... I did Right on Bro✊🏿👍🏿
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Kyle Ridgeway Nov 2
No med is going to prevent delirium No med is going to take delirium away Need to pivot to non-pharm interventions Make friends w/ colleagues Take medications away. Don’t forgot to stop meds! Paraphrasing
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A Special Needs Father Oct 29
Walked away from the conference call with some good information. Moving forward with some tech on the side of things. Some bureaucratic issues popped up but I've faced worse. Still feel better about his current program than the one he had before
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Jennie from Minnie Oct 31
Everyday I thank G*d for blessing me w a childhood growing up in a fully integrated neighborhood in St Louis Park, We know how to do it. Let's show the world the & we enjoyed in . Grow 🌿this tradition of harmonious existence wherever you're planted.🕊
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Aaliyah Haney Nov 3
“I had to start with a liquid diet, which was gross!” -Scoti (icu patient experience)
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Jordan Scholl, SLP Nov 1
Hot off the press! So proud to be involved in this important work developing novel speech therapy methods to help people with Parkinson's Disease communicate more effectively.
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Ujjwal Trivedi Nov 2
It was great talking about and to startups and listening to their exciting ideas at the Bangalore cohort! Some of them will really do well.
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Dulcesita🍬 Oct 29
Replying to @RodrigoNunez44
This is the best!!
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Voz Ciudadana Nov 11
Replying to @SLPMunicipio
Los baches! Los baches!
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Andrew D. May Nov 2
why are you not here?!!?!!! Don’t worry, I’ll keep you informed.
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Emina McLean Oct 29
Dinner and drinks with the team tonight. Congrats to our new Discipline Lead for Speech Pathology at Dr David Azul. Thanks so much to Professor Teresa Iacono for her advocacy & support while she acted in this role in 2018.
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Dee Sperry Oct 25
Thanks to Paul and James ⁦⁩ for hosting my ⁦ class today! How fantastic For the students to be learning about the importance of the real world in the real world!
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A Special Needs Father Nov 12
Really happy that my son, was able to intuitively sit next to me at the bench, and request food by signing (thanks !) He used to just grab, which would mean half of the box would end up on the ground an inedible. Now he could enjoy the snack. Made my day!
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AMIDEAST Libya Nov 12
Do not forget to attend our Facebook Live session tomorrow at 6:00 pm with Malak Taieb, a program alumna, to learn more about the Student Leader Program! U.S. Embassy Libya
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