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Fall 2019 Newsletter -> SLP News

The SPG Clinics are always working to support parents and educate the community about communication disorders!


The SPG clinic will be hosting Communication Power Hour events at SensationALL Kids Gym in Concord at 11:00am on the first Wednesday of the month from October through December. This is a time when families can ask questions about speech developmental milestones and get connected with resources in the community. These events are free to monthly Gym Members. Non-members can pay a $16 drop in fee. Spread the word!


Alissa Stolz, CCC-SLP from the Walnut Creek Clinic has started the AAC mentorship program with SPG and is off to a great start. Way to go, Alissa!


Jill Walson, Director of SPG clinics, has worked on the CSHA Early Intervention Task Force Committee for years, and helped contribute to the 200 by Two project to help encourage caregivers, parents, and professionals not to take the “wait and see” approach. Early intervention is so important.


Jill also led the effort making SPG’s booth at the Autism Speaks Walk in San Francisco on September 22nd a success! Jill single-handedly hauled in gallons and GALLONS of water, inflatable pools, bubble machines and more, so that the kids and their families could have a great sensory experience while learning about SPG and supporting a great cause.