Winter Break

winter landscape

Photo by David Blackwell

‘Tis the season to be busy, and hopefully to spend some time offline with family and friends–or maybe just relaxing. To give you one less thing to cross off your to-do list during this holiday season, ASHAsphere will be taking a winter break next week.

Thank you all for reading along this year, and to all the great ASHAsphere bloggers–thank you for making this blog the success that it is.

In the coming year, we’d love to feature more audiology bloggers in addition to the awesome SLP bloggers who already contribute to ASHAsphere. If you’re interested, please fill out and submit the blogger application.

Thanks so much for reading, commenting on and sharing ASHAsphere, and we’ll see you next year!

Comments

  1. Paula Stone,M.S.,C.C.C.-SLP says:

    Thank you for the relaxing mental moment. But sometimes winter break for those of us in the trenches is a time to retreat and regroup from the latest attack. New topic for 2012 that was my most recent challenge on of course the last day before winter break: AAC Switch activation Who is the decision maker for the number of prompts to the student and length of time delay before changing the prompt? the SLP or the classroom special education teacher? Who prompts more accurately the SLP or the classroom Special Education teacher for a more immediate response from the student?
    Happy holidays as that is what I must ponder after reprimand during my winter break.