An overview of The ASHA Leader: November 2016


  • Monica Faherty is a “strong believer in developing self-advocacy skills in DHH students.” She suggests taking a photo of their device so that they can learn the names of the different parts and components.


  • ASHA develops a statement for clinicians regarding action to take if they are concerned about the potential violation of laws, regulation, and policies in their facilites.  Read it here.


  • Virtual/online schools must comply with IDEA


  • Rhonda Thomas, founder of Communikids (private practice) says that she uses music in newborn/baby feeding sessions.  She states that it soothes them and helps them form  a sucking pattern.


  • New ICD-10 codes for medicaid are much more specific.

Read it all in THE ASHA LEADER.

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