5 Ways to Manage Your High Caseload

Professional Tools , SLP Summit , Special Education , Speech Therapy , Introductory


1 Certificate Maintenance Hours (CMH) Eligible Introductory Level

** This course is no longer available **

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!




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

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