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

Speech pathologists, therapy assistants, digital platforms, and the gig economy: some ethics and compliance issues

Over the last five years or so, there’s been a lot of chatter about how speech pathologists can or should outsource “non-core services” to others

The No-Prep Mumble-Buster: for children who mumble and mutter

“What did you say? Can you say that again?” Mumbling and muttering are significant barriers to good communication and can have a big impact on

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Law for Australian Speech Pathologists: Episode 5 – Regulation of SLPs

How are speech pathologists regulated in Australia? In this episode we find out. First, we look at how health services are regulated in Australia. Then,

Motor-speech stories for articulation movements: bilabial-dental

Sometimes, unclear speech isn’t caused by problems with speech sounds at the single sound level. Many people – children and adults alike – struggle with

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