The future of speech pathology: can we predict the unpredictable?

A. We’re all fortune-tellers Everything in speech pathology – from assessing a client’s needs, delivering therapy, deciding to start or close a practice or service,

5 steps I took to comply with Speech Pathology Australia’s advertising rules

Unlike many of our fellow allied health professionals, speech pathologists aren’t registered health practitioners in Australia.  If we want to be respected in the same

Speech pathologists: my top 10 tips for managing client expectations

Word of mouth can build your practice. Or destroy it. Are you always meeting or exceeding your clients’ expectations of your service? If not, are

Turning Pro – Part 3 – 9 final tips to launch and run a professional speech pathology practice

In a world that, increasingly, seems to reward wannabes, amateurs and charlatans, “Turning Pro” in any field of work is hard.  Staying Pro is even

29 tips to Turn Pro and improve your private practice – Part 2

So, having implemented each of the professional private practice habits discussed in Part 1, it’s now time to step it up a gear! So here

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