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SLP Valentine

Valentine 101 I want to begin with a story. In January of 1985, I was a kindergartner at R.F. Hartman Elementary School. I carried home a note from school saying that I needed to bring Valentines to school. As the eldest child of Vietnamese refugees living in rural Wylie, Texas,

A simple framework for identifying which executive functioning skills your student might be struggling with (Part 2 of 3)

This is part 2 of a 3-part essay on Executive Functioning. Part 1 can be found here: What are Executive Functions and What is Our Role as Speech Language Pathologists? Testing and reporting on executive functioning deficits is still in its infancy. A study of all available research cited in

A Mom’s Perspective on Family-Centered Practice

Today I write as the mother of Thomas, who has an awesome speech-language pathologist named Phuong Palafox. Phuong has been Thomas’s speech-language pathologist for the past five years and in those five years he’s made tremendous progress.  Phuong is presenting at the Texas Speech-Language Hearing Convention (TSHA) soon on Family-Centered

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