On Friday, June 7th, the Well Said team attended the 2019 Ontario Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologist’s Voice Symposium. Here are some highlights from the conference:
There are different “hats” that a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) must wear to be effective. These hats are skills that we use when working with you as a client, to fully flesh out treatment needs and a plan that is suited specifically to you.
The two main tenets of practice in healthcare are: evidence-based practice, and client-centred practice. Speech-language pathologists must consider the best ways to practice, by keeping scientific evidence and the individuality of their clients in mind, while also considering how a given strategy will fit with a client’s individual needs.
One most common fear is public speaking. Learn how speech language pathologists approach this anxiety from a variety of angles to combat this fear, so that clients are able to deliver meaningful and connected presentations.