SAC Shining Lights: S-LP Schools Podcast

Speech-language pathologists (S-LPs) are essential members of educational teams supporting students of all ages with speech, language, and communication challenges to achieve their academic and personal potential. Many speech-language pathologists in Canada are employed in schools. Their job is to support children with communication disabilities in accessing the curriculum and achieving their academic and personal potential.

In this new podcast series from Speech-Language and Audiology Canada, Dr. Lisa Archibald from the University of Western Ontario and our expert guests will discuss innovation in school-based speech-language pathology.

In this episode, Lisa talks with Carolyn Hovey-Johnson from the Peace Collaborative Services in Alberta. They discuss their way of working in a team and in interdisciplinarity.

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In this episode, Lisa is joined by Melinda Hinch who has been providing speech-language services with a focus on literacy in the Windsor Essex County District School Board. They discuss how critical thinking, school board changes and even the pandemic have shaped the way speech-language services are being delivered in schools.

 

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