Working for Change: A Guide for Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists in Schools
As a school-based speech-language pathologist (SLP) or audiologist, you may have concerns about caseload, or you may have other issues about your working conditions. Your ability to provide the most effective services and make the greatest impact on students’ learning depends on such factors as caseload size, number of schools served, the space you work in, and your relationships with teachers and administrators.
You may also have ideas for new programs or enhancements to service delivery—but to introduce them, you will need to win the support of your administration, teachers, and others. How can you go about effecting these changes?
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