Today’s guest post “How To Become a Speech Pathologist” is written by Candace Hayden, M.A., CCC-SLP, who experienced going back to school at 30+ years old with a family. She is currently a school SLP working with elementary-aged students. Thanks for joining us, Candace! How To Become a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) in 6 Easy Steps […]

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Graduate School, Graduate School Applications

How To Become a Speech Pathologist

This semester at my school externship I wanted an easy to way to stay organized, learn each student quickly, and keep track of everything!! Those of you die hard Speechy Musings fans may remember my organizational freebie that I uploaded a while ago! I do love, love, love the pages I made for that freebie, […]

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Freebies, Graduate School, Materials

Practicum Organizational Freebie

I try to keep this blog as speech focused as possible, and honestly debated about posting this but thought that other graduate students might be able to relate. So here is my graduate school story… Today is the day. Today is the day where I get to move back home to complete my final semester […]

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Graduate School

My Realities of Graduate School

As I said in one of my first blog posts ever, applying to graduate school was one of the most stressful periods of my life. And I’m still saying that after a year and half of graduate school itself! I was convinced I wasn’t going to get in anywhere, so I was an absolute freak […]

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Graduate School, Graduate School Applications

Applying to SLP Graduate School: Where Do I Start?

 {This post contains Amazon Affiliate links for your convenience.} The SLP Praxis exam is the culmination of grad school. Due to a variety of personal reasons, I was impulsive. I signed up to take the Praxis in October of my second year of graduate school! Ahh!! So, I thought I’d share my experiences and describe how […]

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Graduate School

The SLP Praxis Exam: What You Need To Know

As you may know, I am currently beginning the second year of graduate school. In my program, we have clients through our university’s clinic for the first year. Then, we get assigned to an adult & child externship (one each semester in the second year). This past week, I started my first externship…. with adults. […]

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Graduate School

The First Week at my Externship – Seven Lessons Learned

Because I’m still in graduate school, I won’t pretend to know anything about organizing materials for a school based SLP, BUT I do have a pretty good system for myself in school! Overview: I use one or two binders for all of my classwork. I either put all of them in one binder, or separate […]

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Freebies, Graduate School

Make It Look Good! Organizational Freebie

If you haven’t seen my other posts directed towards future & current SLP graduate students, please start here. A while ago I asked for advice for SLP graduate students on my Facebook page. Below is the amazing advice I received: Get to know your professors! (Teach Speech 365) I just finished grad school in May […]

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Graduate School

Advice for SLP Graduate Students

This is my second to last post in my series of posts primarily directed towards current or soon-to-be SLP graduate students! Check out the other posts here. This post contains my FIVE favorite resource websites that YOU should be using NOW!  1) Pinterest: This is REALLY general but start following speech people/companies on Pinterest. You […]

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Graduate School

Top Five Resource Websites for SLP Students

So if it isn’t already, money is going to be TIGHT. Trust me… I get it! But the products below have been some of my favorite during schools, and I think you’ll love them too! 1) A Tervis mug: A must have! It’s perfect for coffee (aka the only thing that will keep you alive some […]

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Graduate School

Top Five Products for SLP Graduate Students

Hopefully you’ve read my other posts directed towards future & current SLP graduate students. If not, head back to main post here to catch up! This post is on my favorite FIVE blogs for SLP graduate students! While there are hundreds of SLP blogs out there, that can be overwhelming for the students among us […]

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Graduate School

Top Five Blogs for SLP Graduate Students

a good system shortens the road to the goal.

- orlson marden