Sippl Interviewed for ASHA Article, “Work: Only Its Name Will Stay the Same”

“Telepractice provides another way for SLPs to incorporate assistants and work at the top of the license—as well as to ease crowded schedules and reach more people who need speech-language treatment. Most people who need SLP services are candidates for telepractice, says Tracy Sippl, owner and CEO of S&L Teletherapy Consulting. Sippl has been a practicing SLP for more than 30 years and has provided services via telepractice since 2012. She’s now also a consultant for schools that want to incorporate telepractice services,” (ASHA Leader, December, 2019 https://doi.org/10.1044/leader.FTR1.24122019.42).

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