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  • Melisa Purdy-Unger

    Handout for Teachers

    Posted in: SIG 16, School-Based...

    Does anyone have any go-to handouts for teachers to help them work with children with s/l disorders? I like some of the handouts on the Super Duper website (e.g., phonemic and semantic cueing,...

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    RE: CI label only if speech services are provid...

    Posted in: SLP Schools

    Could you give an example, please?

  • Naomi Hartley

    Managing pediatric vocal health in the US –invitation...

    Posted in: SIG 03, Voice and...

    Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison are interested in the current practice of SLPs in the management of pediatric vocal health within the United States. For this study, we are asking clinicians who have provided services to a pediatric...

  • Janet McCarty

    RE: icd10 codes

    Posted in: SIG 03, Voice and...

    ICD-10 codes go into effect October 1, 2015. You have a little more time. Check out ASHA's resources on ICD-10;


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Seth KosterSeth Koster

Seth Koster is currently an SLP in Okinawa Japan at the U.S. Naval Hospital - EDIS. Previously he worked in Prince George's County Public Schools in Capitol Heights, MD as an SLP with the Infants & Toddlers Program. He is a Special Interest Group 16 affiliate.

Why Does Seth participate in the ASHA Community? 

“I primarily participate to learn, though I hope that here and there I might have something useful to contribute. The wonderful thing about the ASHA community is that it affords me deep, rich and meaningful professional fellowship although I live on a small island in East Asia. I look out over the East China Sea while I read the thoughts of my American colleagues.”

What is one of your favorite quotes?
In honor of the late, great Maya Angelou:
"I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel."
- Maya Angelou (1928-2014)

If you could choose anyone, who would you pick as your mentor?

I could, and I did. My mother was an SLP before me, and the finest clinical mind I have ever encountered. I owe her every one of my successes, though my failures are my own.

Where would you want to retire?
Here in Asia. There is something to learn around every corner, and always an opportunity to expand one's horizons.

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