“It’s Not a Lemonade Stand” How This First Generation American SLP Grew her Business to 30+ Employees {Private Practice Possibilities}

Episode 31 September 29, 2020 00:31:06
“It’s Not a Lemonade Stand” How This First Generation American SLP Grew her Business to 30+ Employees {Private Practice Possibilities}
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“It’s Not a Lemonade Stand” How This First Generation American SLP Grew her Business to 30+ Employees {Private Practice Possibilities}

Sep 29 2020 | 00:31:06

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Show Notes

As a first generation American, this SLP and private practice owner shares her background and why she decided to transition to private practice after working in a hospital setting. Listen to her wisdom as she talks about teamwork, support, and what it takes to be a successful SLP.

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Not a substitute for a formal SLP education or medical advice for patients/caregivers.

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