Aural rehab is related to the management of hearing loss. In this post, we will define aural rehab and the role that speech-language pathologists play in this area.
In our experience, effective organization has become a key component to being a successful clinician/instructor (or caregiver for that matter). Our ‘Best of’ for July highlights some of the ways we stay organized and links to some of our favorite products.
Emily is a pediatric physical therapist who resides and works in the Tampa Bay area of Florida. She shares some of her professional experiences with us since receiving her doctorate of physical therapy, including co-authoring her first research publication!
This month, we interviewed Micaela, a Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in New York. She shared what she does and how she works with SLPs as she helps support students who are Deaf or hard of hearing (e.g. have hearing loss of some type)
This Q & A is with an audiologist. Amanda talks about her work as a pediatric audiologist, gives advice for parents and caregivers, and shares how she works with SLPs!
Hannah Smith, LCSW OSW-C is a dedicated licensed social worker. Her services are (most recently) devoted to a cancer center and adoption agency in Charlotte, North Carolina. She shared her journey getting into her field and broke down some of the misconceptions placed on social work.
Amy Chea, MPA, works for LIIF, a community development financial institution. She answers our questions about her role in providing funding to early care and education providers and so much more.