Happy New Year SLPgirlbosses,

SLP Summit

I don’t know about you but I feel like everyone’s been trying to sell me something during the holidays. And then all the post holiday sales; don’t get me wrong, I do LOVE to shop, just not constantly.

We bought the presents, opened the presents, ate all the cookies, and drank all the champagne. The holidays are over for another year. But now it’s time for some balance.

Did you make resolutions, set goals or choose a word for the year?

Work-wise what will you do to bring your best self to the therapy table in 2017?

We both know you’re already a caring, amazing SLP.
But maybe you have some areas that you’d like to know more about. Have we got something for you! And you don’t have to buy anything!

SLP Summit is the brain child of my good friends Lisa and Sara from SLP Toolkit and Marisha from SLP Now. I’m so thrilled to be involved.

 This  FREE two week-long virtual summit is for school-based SLPs by school-based SLPs. You’ll get tips you can implement the next day AND get Free CEUs.
Starting January 9th and running through the 20th, it features these dynamic speakers:

Come join the fun.

You can grow professionally and be your best for 2017. It’s  100% free to attend and based completely online—you don’t have to buy a plane ticket, book a hotel, or spend days away from your friends and family.

 The SLP Summit will be live, so you’ll have an opportunity to ask presenters questions and to win prizes.  But don’t worry if you can’t make all of the offered sessions, as everyone who signs up will also have access to recordings of each session.
Can’t wait to see you there,

Anne

P.S. You can also make an impact by spreading the word about the SLP Summit through your networks. Share it on social networks, write a blog post about it, email people. Every action takes us one step closer toward our goal of supporting school-based SLPeeps across the country.
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P.S. – Yes, you can earn professional development hours for attending these webinars! The SLP Summit sessions are not pre-approved by ASHA, but they do meet the standards of accepted professional development. We will be providing certificates as documentation of your participation.

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