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


The Real Cost of Free Apps

Published on June 2nd, 2015

By Megan S. Sutton, M.S., RSLP, CCC-SLP (C) This post originally appeared in The Tactus Therapy Blog. Reprinted with permission. This post has not been edited for style or grammar. Of the 100 apps dominating the iPad Top Grossing list most days, [&hellip... Read More


What is Meant by Success in Intervention?

Published on May 19th, 2015

By Barbara Jane Cunningham, Winner of the 2015 Isabel Richard Student Paper Award (Doctoral Category) Please note that this paper appears in its original form, in the language in which it was submitted; we have not edited [&hellip... Read More


A Chat With the 2015 Editor’s Award Winners

Published on May 19th, 2015

The annual SAC Editor’s Award recognizes the best paper published in the Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology each year. The 2015 recipients are Dr. Jessica Ball, MPH, PhD and Marlene Lewis, MA, RSLP, S-LP(C) [&hellip... Read More



Curling for Apraxia

Published on May 14th, 2015

Gold medalist E.J. Harnden uses his position as a top curler to help fund his nephew’s treatment for CAS By Nicole Chatelain, Communications Specialist, SAC. Olympic champion curler Eric “E.J.” Harnden, who helped the Canadian men’s curling [&hellip... Read More

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