Curiosity, Dialogue, and Knowledge
I was talking with my mother about this website the other day. She told me that she liked it (of course she would eh?), and that it was really interesting. After bugging her with questions and a passionate, but likely boring, diatribe about consolidating information, open access, and providing education and dialogue for SLPs, medical professionals, patients and caregivers, she said something like this, “I have a medical background, and I understand a lot of what you are posting, but a lot if it is pretty specialized. I don’t think it’s really aimed toward caregivers or patients.”
Mother knows best.
The long and short of it, then, is that I will be working toward producing some patient/family friendly informational pieces about medical speech pathology. As always, I want this to continue to be a collaborative site. If any of my readers have things they would like to submit for consideration along these lines, then please shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
-Walt Greenslade, M.S., CCC-SLP
Stay Tuned no longer! Here are two educational articles written by a much appreciated guest contributer, Eve Pearce. Thanks for your work Eve.
Here are the links: