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Business as Usual? Not so much!

Summer 2020 Newsletter -> Insights

Getting ready for “back to school” with our usual SPG Newsletter feels, at best, strange and at worst, tone-deaf. We have spent a lot of time this summer listening and thinking about what “as usual” will look like for us now, and the only thing we know for certain is that it cannot and will not be what it was before!!

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SLP Scoop

Summer 2020 Newsletter -> SLP News

SPG’s teletherapy team has been hard at work putting together trainings, resources, tech help and guidance, as most of us are entering into supporting students through distance learning again this fall.

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Happenings in AAC

Summer 2020 Newsletter -> SLP News

We would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge our amazing Clinical Supervisor, AAC Mentor, and AAC Program Coordinator, the beloved Kathy Beatty. Working side by side with her life partner, Chris Beatty (OT/ATP), Kathy has dedicated her decades-long career to supporting children and young adults with complex communication needs.

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Clinic Corner

Summer 2020 Newsletter -> SLP News

Congratulations to Pamela Bloch, MS CCC-SLP who is celebrating 20 years with SPG as of July, 2020. Pamela has had a positive impact on the lives of many children while working closely with their families over the years.

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Happenings in BIS

Summer 2020 Newsletter -> BIS News

Who could have predicted a “return” to school like this one? Zoom and Google Classrooms, screens instead of chalkboards, kitchen tables instead of cafeterias – it’s a whole new reality. We continue to be inspired and impressed by how SPG’s behavior team has pivoted to meet the needs of our students, teachers and colleagues.

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OT / PT News

Summer 2020 Newsletter -> OT / PT News

A huge “thank you” and many heartfelt well wishes to Tonya Zimring and Julia Evans- Tonya thank you for bringing us all together. We surely will miss you and know you have given us so many tools to be the best therapists we can be to our kiddos and with our peers.

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