What we discuss:
- Why Jeannette decided to go to the private practice route
- What the transition of being a private practice owner was like
- Why she learned how to code and how she’s integrated tech into her work as an SLP
- Her advice for people who want to get into speaking and publishing
Guest: Jeannette Washington, CCC-SLP
Jeannette Washington, M.Ed is a graduate of our 2017 Java bootcamp. Since graduation, she’s been busy advocating for tech inclusivity, publishing a book, and speaking internationally to demystify digital accessibility and disability inclusion. Jeannette’s dedication to finding a better way led her to combine her background in dyslexia therapy with the tech skills she learned at Grand Circus, and she has some impressive projects to show for it.
nHost: Jena H. Castro-Casbon, MS CCC-SLP
Jena H. Castro-Casbon, MS, CCC-SLP, is a private-practice consultant who has helped thousands of speech-language pathologists start and grow their own private practices through her company, The Independent Clinician. She has written articles for The ASHA Leader and Presented at ASHA Connect (2017).You’ll find her online in the SLP Private Practice Beginners Facebook Group and in her premium programs, The Start Your Private Practice System and the Grow Your Private Practice Coaching Program.
Jena lives in Boston, MA and is a wife and mama to two young boys.
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