5 Ways to Manage Your High Caseload

ASHA Continuing Education Approved , Professional Tools , SLP Summit , Special Education , Speech Therapy , Beginner

This Course is offered for 0.10 ASHA CEUs (Beginner Level, Professional Area)

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High caseloads negatively impact speech-language pathologists (SLPs) across the nation in the school setting.  In this course you will learn 5 different areas you can make small changes in to have big impact, from paperwork time savers to actually reducing your load. These hacks are used by Jenn in her elementary school setting every single day, making them SLP tested and approved!

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After completing this webinar:

1. Return and take the Quiz attached to this course - 80% accuracy required.
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3. In your YGU profile: Add ASHA Number and required information to submit for ASHA CE credit.



Financial Disclosure

Employed by Leon County Schools, Tallahassee, Fl; Receives compensation on TeachersPayTeachers.com for creating and selling speech therapy materials; Author of the blog Crazy Speech World.

No non-financial disclosures.

After completing this course, the student will be able to...

  1. Describe 5 areas they can make changes to impact their caseload.
  2. Discuss different service delivery options that could be used in their setting.
  3. Explain what state and federal laws may be impacting their high caseloads.
  4. Describe various forms of advocacy to lower caseloads.

Course Agenda

5 minutes - Introduction, Disclosures, Objectives

45 minutes Information sharing on Strategies

10 minutes Conclusion, questions, wrap up

111 Reviews

  • laura-109

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    josephine-1

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    lisa-104

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    daniellepronobis

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    kristina-8

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    dana-2

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    janine-1

    5 days ago

    Good information for beginning SLPs. As an experienced SLP, you had some great reminders, especially in the areas of advocacy and special education law.

    blaire

    5 days ago

    rachel-37

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    susan-29

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    kristen18

    5 days ago

    loved your ideas and very helpful for a new or seasoned therapist. great job!

    dana-22

    5 days ago

    allison-53

    5 days ago

    Great tips! It was so nice to get validation and "permission" for some of the little hacks like repeating lessons or using the same materials for multiple different goals and purposes.

    megan-27

    5 days ago

    heather-18

    5 days ago

    Great reminders as we start a new school year! Thank you!!

    mallory-2

    5 days ago

    Great tips! And a caseload of 100?!? Yikes!

    lauren-111

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    kayla-18

    5 days ago

    Excellent presentation, full of great tips and reminders. Thank you, Jenn!

    ashley-78

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    stacy-26

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    jestewa

    5 days ago

    Great organizational and time saving tips.

    hannah-13

    5 days ago

    jvo1968

    5 days ago

    very helpful ! wonderful tips to help ease caseload stress!

    kathleen-54

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    laura-67

    5 days ago

    Thank you for all the great ideas and tips. Very helpful!

    tabitha-2

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    smilin

    5 days ago

    Great information, Thank you

    wjohnson

    5 days ago

    dot

    5 days ago

    Thanks Jenn, for the thorough handout and presentation. I, like you, had at least five years of high caseloads (80-90) and high number of schools (6-11). Your presentation reinforced that I did many thing correctly to survive and I also learned to advocate for myself. Very well presented, thank you.

    erika-13

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    kirstiesnyder

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    caroline-10

    5 days ago

    good info esp about staying organized

    sharon-23

    5 days ago

    Glad that you addressed eligibility and dismissal as part of the solution

    keena

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    anne-6

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    laura-18

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    jeni

    5 days ago

    Excellent, reasonable-to-implement suggestions with a great sense of the reality of the challenges involved. Very enjoyable.

    taylor18-1

    5 days ago

    eliza

    5 days ago

    I found this course to be very helpful in providing me with some tips and strategies to manage my caseload this year.

    andrea-48

    5 days ago

    Awesome! Loved the honesty and great reminders to know we're not alone when we have high caseloads.

    carolyn-1

    5 days ago

    andrealeahschmitz

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    lisa-8

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    joanne-1

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    marlys

    5 days ago

    I thought Jenn was realistic and helpful.

    emily-58

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    theresa-14

    5 days ago

    Wonderful ideas and Great tips to help streamline my SLP life.

    elizabethc-1

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    kate-14

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    alexandra-6

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    susan-54

    5 days ago

    Good information presented.

    jill-41

    5 days ago

    Good information for new or returning SLPs to the schools.

    jennifer-60

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    kelly-76

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    jill-47

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    marissa-10

    5 days ago

    I really enjoyed this course! It reinforced a lot of my thoughts (advocate for yourself, doesn't qualify= no services!, small changes over time. Really great information and thanks for keeping it real!!

    danielle-58

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    abigail-16

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    phoema

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    crystal-19

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    kimberly-65

    5 days ago

    Great, practical tips to help get/stay organized for a more effective school year!

    christina-6

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    jessica-86

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    lizziet333-1

    5 days ago

    I love organizational ideas!

    kristen-65

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    ramona

    5 days ago

    Great course Jenn! I started my CF year in November last year, so my schedule was already done for the most part. So this will be my first year creating my schedule and blocking off that necessary time needed for paperwork and meetings. Thank you for reviewing this important information as I start back to school in a few weeks! Your session was very informative and helpful for this career-switcher SLP (from elementary teacher to SLP) who always brought so much home and did so much work from home during the school year and during summers.

    kathryn-56

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    pamela-23

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    realistic topic; practical information

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    hopewh

    5 days ago

    All great tips! Like that they range from things you can immediately, yourself (e.g., paperwork organization and scheduling, lesson planning) to advocating for systemic change (e.g., workload vs. caseload).

    rscipio

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    elaine-3

    5 days ago

    Awesome job! I have a TON of kids on my caseload, so it was nice to get lots of new ideas and reinforcement for current practices!

    keri-11

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    wanda

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    wendy-28

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    Great job, you had my interest the whole hour!

    deborah-8

    5 days ago

    Wise words!

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