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Speech in the Schools

Speech Therapy in the 21st Century: More on using Facebook!

Published February 21, 2011 10:00 AM by Alexandra Streeter
A while ago, I wrote an entry asking how you all felt about using Facebook professionally. We talked about whether or not it was appropriate to "friend" students, patients or parents, and for the most part, the general consensus was "no!"

I have discovered, though, some wonderful speech pages on Facebook, and I wanted to share them with all of you. I hope you have some you can share too.

  • ADVANCE magazine!! Click "like" on the ADVANCE for Speech-Language Pathologists page and get all the columns, blog entries, and articles delivered directly to your Facebook wall!
  • ASHA provides timely info and articles through Facebook
  • Home Sweet Speech posts tips and ideas for parents
  • Smarty Ears creates apps for iPhone, iTouch and iPad
  • The National Stuttering Associates posts tips and articles
  • Super Duper (thanks to Valerie Lill for telling me about this one!) posts a free worksheet every day!
  • Dynavox provides articles, information and gives away goodies to its Facebook fans!

Please consider "liking" the "Advance Facebook page, and share some of your favorites!


You might want to check out Cook Speech and Language, Inc. on Facebook too.

Brien, CFO February 23, 2011 4:32 PM
Sacramento CA

These are are fantastic tips - thanks for sharing!! I agree that we may sometimes walk a fine line using social networks like facebook professionally, but there is also quite a bit to gain as well if we use it appropriately! Thank you for tackling this issue!!

stephanie bruno dowling February 22, 2011 6:47 PM

You are very welcome! As an FYI for all - if you are just finding out about this now re: Super Duper -  If you click on Super Duper's FB page, you can actually scroll go back for several weeks worth of postings and print out any worksheets you may have missed. I do it all the time!

I think this is a great topic. I think people need to realize that social networking sites do service multiple purposes including work-related/educational ones (instead of just for posting pics and chatting).

Valerie Lill February 21, 2011 8:19 PM

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