Making the Most of Your CF: A Three-Part Series
by Katie Millican, M.Ed., SLP-CF
Obtaining a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from ASHA requires completing, at minimum, 9-months of extra supervision under a Speech-Language Pathologist who already has his or her CCC’s. There are several components to the clinical fellowship which you can find here – Certification Standards – but the most important part comes down to planning out each segment of the Clinical Fellowship (CF). As schedules and life naturally throw plans into disruption, a well-laid guide for the year helps keep all parties on tract when regrouping and re-scheduling.
Part One: Planning the Clinical Fellowship Experience
Part Two: CF Observation and Mentoring Activities
Part Three: Connecting to Families and the Community as a Clinical Fellow
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