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Supervision of SLPAs Part 2: Feedback & Goal Setting

presented by Jennifer Schultz

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Financial: Jennifer Schultz receives compensation from MedBridge for this course. There is no financial interest beyond the production of this course.

Non-Financial: Jennifer Schultz has no competing non-financial interests or relationships with regard to the content presented in this course.

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With larger workloads, more complex client needs, and broadening diversity in client populations, speech-language pathologists (SLPs) are utilizing speech-language pathology assistants (SLPAs) in their practice. SLPs often find themselves in a supervisory role without having received any training regarding supervisor roles and responsibilities or supervision skills. This course, Part 2 of 2, will review supervision phases of observation, analysis, and integration. Differences between supervision and mentoring, and the role of mentoring in the SLP-SLPA relationship, will be discussed.

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Jennifer Schultz, MA, CCC-SLP

Jennifer Schultz is an instructor for the speech-language pathology assistant program at Mitchell Technical Institute in Mitchell, South Dakota. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Disorders and Psychology from the University of South Dakota and a master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Iowa. Jennifer spent 21 years working as…

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1. Obtaining Descriptive and Evaluative Feedback

This chapter will describe the third component of the supervisory process, observation, as it relates to SLPA supervision. We will address the importance of observation in SLPA supervision as the SLP prepares to provide feedback to the SLPA that will help the SLPA to develop increasing levels of competency in clinical, clerical, and other professional skills. Examples of data to collect regarding both SLP supervisor and SLPA supervisee performance will be provided.

2. Analyzing and Integrating Information to Provide Effective Feedback 

This chapter will discuss the importance of analyzing objective data regarding SLP and SLPA performance with the goal of improving client outcomes and SLPA skills. Techniques for providing effective feedback will be demonstrated.

3. Maintaining a Cooperative SLP-SLPA Relationship

This chapter will provide participants with suggestions for avoiding pitfalls in supervisory relationships. Techniques for effectively managing conflicts will be discussed. Mentoring will be described as it relates to an effective SLP-SLPA relationship.

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With larger workloads, more complex client needs, and broadening diversity in client populations, speech-language pathologists (SLPs) are utilizing speech-language pathology assistants (SLPAs) in their practice. SLPs often find themselves in a supervisory role without having received any training regarding supervisor roles and responsibilities, or supervision skills. This course will provide SLPs with an introduction to the specialty skill of SLPA supervision and will introduce specific tools and strategies to assist them in establishing and maintaining effective supervisor-supervisee relationships that facilitate high-quality provision of services across clinical settings.

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