Curiosity, Dialogue, and Knowledge
The field of Speech Language Pathology is a variegated landscape. Trying to navigate the intricacies of all the jargon associated within the discipline as a whole is daunting even for seasoned clinicians. Verbage that seems arcane and distant (e.g.- dysphagia, dysarthria, anomia, alexia, aphasia, etc.) is the norm in my chosen setting. The point of this site is to explore the many fascinating aspects of medical speech pathology and to shed light on them. It is my hope that illuminating these areas more fully will help strengthen my own knowledge base and provide an educational platform that is easy to use and is accessible to patients, families and students.
Thank you for visiting my website/blog. If you have any questions or comments feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remember to keep checking the site from time to time, as I will be updating it as often as I can with new information, therapy materials, editorial posts, (hopefully guest posts), and as much and more as I can fit on here!
Walt Greenslade, M.S., CCC-SLP
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