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By GeddesAdm / February 10, 2018

Marketing to Doctors

Starting out in private practice, I was unsure of how to market myself to physician groups that I wanted to refer to my practice. My caseload, up to that point, was handed to me through early intervention services or as hospital admissions. Suddenly, I found myself required to market my...

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By GeddesAdm / January 14, 2018

New Year, New Goals for my Private Practice

  New Year, New Goals for my Private Practice.   Happy 2018! I am taking a moment away from the chaos of life to write about my goals for my private practice. I spent the latter part of 2017 planning and organizing the start-up of my business. Discussing location, costs,...

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By GeddesAdm / December 1, 2017

Tis the Season…. to get it all done!

This month can be an incredible time of anxiety and worry. Our teens are finishing end of semester projects and finals. The winter break is looming and time spent with friends and even family can be tricky navigating between after school activities, jobs, community service hours, therapy and/or doctor visits...

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By GeddesAdm / November 10, 2017

Start Planning Your Holiday Gatherings Now

October has come and gone. You’ve sighed your sigh of relief for getting through class Halloween parties and trick or treating with your child(ren). And now it’s time to determine how to manage the Thanksgiving Holiday that centers around food and fellowship time. This can be stressful for families with...

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By GeddesAdm / September 25, 2017

The Team Approach is Best

Remember when I said that speech therapy and orofacial myology were near and dear to me?  That it was decades in the making? I am the only girl in my family. I have four brothers and I am exactly in the middle. Yep, you read that correctly, I have 2...

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By GeddesAdm / September 25, 2017

In the Family

A cute, little habit that needed to be eliminated sooner rather than later. Our precious baby girl who had just turned four years old, had a habit of sucking on just the corner of her pink silk blanket. She would meticulously fold the corner into thirds and stick the triangular...

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By GeddesAdm / September 25, 2017

Parents are the Key to Success

Speech therapy and now what I know of as the field of orofacial myology has always held a special place in my heart and in my life. It was a love affair that extended into decades. It began early on when only I could understand my younger brother. I would...

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