Our roles and responsibilities through SLP Impact and Bilinguistics have yielded some personal and meaningful exchanges. You tell us that you are responsible for 115 students. You tell us that you support 50+ SLPs as their lead, and you’ve been telling them that everything will be okay. The truth is that it’s not okay. You tell us that you have been getting sick due to stress, and the thought of going back to work makes you nauseated.
This course will provide proactive considerations you can do within your day-to-day functioning as a speech-language pathologist.
Participants will be able to:
- List the concerns of speech-language pathologists.
- Identify effective strategies to communicate concerns with district leadership, regional leadership, clinical leadership and policy makers.
- Describe three considerations for self-advocacy for speech-language pathology employment.
2 minutes – Introductions and disclosures
15 minutes – Current Concerns of Speech-Language Pathologists
15 minutes – Overview of Role and Responsibilities of SLPs
25 minutes – How to Advocate
3 minutes – Closing