Why I Became a Board Director

Published on October 6th, 2015

By Jennifer O’Donnell, 2nd Vice-Chair Recently, I was asked what compelled me to apply to become a member of the SAC Board. When I was in grad school, a professor told me that she thought one [&hellip... Read More


SAC Benefits You May Be Missing Out On

Published on October 2nd, 2015

This article has been republished from the September 2015 issue of Student Speak. By André LaFlamme, Members and Associates Officer I started working at SAC as the new Members and Associates Officer in early May. Over the [&hellip... Read More


Wait Times

What is a benchmark (for recommended wait times in SLP)?

Published on June 17th, 2015

By Susan Rvachew, PhD, S-LP(C) This article has been cross-posted from Susan Rvachew’s blog Developmental Phonological Disorders. It has not been edited for style or grammar. 2. What is a Benchmark? Today I spoke about the Wait Times Benchmark project [&hellip... Read More

Association News

10 Things to Know About André LaFlamme

Published on June 4th, 2015

SAC’s New Members and Associates Officer In May 2015, SAC welcomed André LaFlamme to our staff team. As our new Members and Associates Officer, André is going to be an important contact for everyone who belongs [&hellip... Read More

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