Schools Connect, Health Care Connect, Private Practice Connect
Whether we contend with them in our daily work or not, extrinsic factors are influencing service delivery in health care, private practice, and school settings, and these external influences are likely to grow and evolve in the years to come. During this provocative conversation, future-oriented experts will address the impact of disruptions (e.g., artificial intelligence, legislative and reimbursement changes, etc.) and share ways SLPs can act as “drivers of change” to safeguard and advance the discipline.
Financial Disclosures: Lemmietta McNeilly is an ASHA employee; Marie Ireland is an employee of Virginia Department of Education and is receiving financial compensation from ASHA to attend the conference as a member of the ASHA Board of Directors; Catherine Gottfred, Jeanane Ferre, and Tommie L. Robinson, Jr. are receiving financial compensation from ASHA for this presentation
Nonfinancial Disclosures: Lemmietta McNeilly has no nonfinancial relationships to disclose; Catherine Gottfred is the founder and a board member of LEAP-Language Empowers All People; Marie Ireland is an ASHA Board of Directors member and an SEACDC board member; Jeanane Ferre is a volunteer leader for ASHA