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  • October 2nd and 3rd, SPALS 2014 Conference

    Dear SPALS members and SPALS Conference attendees, This is an election year for the SPALS Board and we have some positions opening up on the board. If you’d like to share your time and talent with your professional organization, please join us at our annual general board meeting Thursday afternoon prior to our social. (You must […]

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    | September 30, 2014 | 0 Comments
  • SPALS Conference Update!

    Dear SPALS Conference Attendees, IMPORTANT NOTICE: CORRECTION – CHANGE IN MORNING SESSION TIMES- MORNING PRESENTATIONS BEGIN AT 8:30AM SHARP We’ve heard from you and from the presenters in the past that a formal 15minute break during sessions would be appreciated. In order to  comply with this request, to be compliant with our continuing education unit requirements and […]

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    | September 30, 2014 | 0 Comments
  • Welcome back to school!

    Dear SPALS Members, We know that working in schools takes a tremendous balancing act between your many official and unofficial duties and also between your professional and personal life. We wish you all the best as you begin this 2014-15 school year. Your SPALS Board  

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    | August 11, 2014 | 0 Comments
  • ASHA Roles and Responsibilities of SLPs

    The Do’s and Don’ts Documents concerning SLPs Roles and Responsibilities is now available.  This is a lengthy, but excellent document that ASHA has been working on for the last year or more. Links are below: http://www.asha.org/SLP/schools/prof-consult/guidelines/ Roles and Responsibilities of SLPs

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    | November 9, 2013 | 0 Comments
  • SPALS on Pinterest

    Dear members, With all the functional and time saving tips for speech therapy on Pinterest, we’ve created a SPALS Board to gather them for our members. Are you an avid “Pinner”? Do you find amazing, clever, helpful therapy ideas on Pinterest? Contact us if you’d like to help SPALS by contributing to our very new […]

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    | July 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

Featured Videos

Featured Videos
  • Become an Audiologist or SLP & Reward Yourself with a Career that Helps Others

    Audiologists and speech-language pathologists (SLP) discuss rewards of the professions and the joy they receive by helping people to communicate.

  • Infant hearing test – Audiology at the University of Canterbury

    Demonstration of an infant audiometric assessment (hearing test) carried out at the Speech and Hearing Clinic of the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand. For information about becoming an Audiologist, see http://www.cmds.canterbury.ac.nz/

  • Speech-Language Pathology Career: Choosing a Hospital or School

    Brenda Gorman, PH.D, talks with John Consalvi, M.A., CCC-SLP, about the differences between working as a speech-language pathologist in a hospital vs. a school. Issues mentioned include the caseload, pace, schedules and the impact of funding sources. Dr. Gorman also shares how exposure to different settings caused her to change her career focus from working […]

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The 22nd Annual SPALS Conference October 2nd & 3rd, 2014

| June 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

  Dear SPALS members, We’ll be returning to the Cajun Dome for our 22nd Annual SPALS Conference. We continually strive to bring you the most topical information from the best experts in the fields of Speech Pathology and Audiology from around the country. We hope you’ll agree when you look at the Conference Flyer  online right here […]

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LSHA and SPALS Day at the Capitol is this Tuesday, March 25th, 12:30pm-3:30pm

| March 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Dear Colleagues, This session our Louisiana Congressional members have several pre-filed bills pertaining to education, retirees’ salaries and more. We’d like to show our representatives that we are interested and we illustrate that by attending our yearly Day at the Capitol wearing red. Please let your colleagues, especially our friends who have retired, know that […]

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