SLPs and COVID-19 – How to Prevent a Clear Mask from Fogging
[Source: Speech Room News]
As speech-language pathologists across the country wrap up the 2019-2020 school year, we’re thinking about what fall may look like for therapy. The CDC continues to share the knowledge that direct contact with droplets is how COVID-19 is shared. SLPs are going to be required to avoid direct contact with air droplets from talking while working up close and personal with children and that seems impossible for a specialty that focuses part of our work specifically in their mouths for speech sound production.
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