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How many of our students have goals that
involve ''asking for help'' or ''requesting assistance?'' Some students might have
it as a goal in a behavior plan (to serve as a replacement behavior). Others
may be early language learners that have not learned to use conventional means
of communication to ask for help. In these first few weeks of ...
We school-based SLPs don't live in a bubble. We are parts of living, breathing school districts and the public education system in our states. Anything that impacts a school district eventually trickles down and impacts us, whether we want it to or not.
My home state (along with many others in the country) recently had its budget approved,
I'm officially only summer vacation, I still have some school
commitments that are part of my schedule. Last Thursday I had my first
inservice day of the summer (according
to our contract, we're obligated to do at least three). Besides
the one last weeek, I have another one this week on strategies and fun
activities to teach ...