Binomials as a case for collaboration

One of the primary reasons that led me to pursue a PhD was the experience I felt of “flying blind” as a clinician. Perhaps you can identify: equipped with my shiny certificate of clinical competence, I enthusiastically dove into the literature in an endless search for information that could help improve my patients’ lives. Unfortunately, … Continue reading Binomials as a case for collaboration

The Multicultural Side of Material Selection

For speech-language pathologists incorporating diversity into therapy materials can be a nebulous concept. Some basic questions come to mind: What is diversity? For the purposes of this post, we will define diversity as difference and representation. That means, variety and visibility of different cultures and sub-cultures in the materials we select for therapy. Which clients … Continue reading The Multicultural Side of Material Selection