Category: Speech Pathology Profession

Speech pathologists in private practice: do you know about these free resources?

Speech pathologists in private practice: do you know about these free resources?

As a profession, speech pathologists are generous to a fault. I’ve discovered that most speech pathologists (including very senior academics and over-worked clinicians) are delighted

Speechies in Business Why Us?

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year to all our friends, followers and fellow speech pathologists! We wish you all the best with your practices in 2019. We’ll be

How can we make speech pathology private practice more ‘hospitable’ for our staff and ourselves?

How can we make speech pathology private practice more ‘hospitable’ for our staff and ourselves?

Workplace stress! 1. Most private practice owners feel it In a typical month, we might experience cash flow issues caused by late payments and unexpected

For struggling school kids, what's the difference between seeing a speech pathologist and a tutor?

For struggling school kids, what’s the difference between seeing a speech pathologist and a tutor?

Over the years, parents have asked me this a few times. I’ve also been asked why speech pathologists are allied health workers; whereas most tutors come

Australian private practice SLP alert! New award rates in effect. Updated employment agreement templates for speech pathologists in private practice

The Fair Work Commission has made a new Determination, increasing the minimum award pay rates for Australian speech pathologists in private practice covered by the