Speaker: Alison Trumpore, Speech-Language Pathologist, DCPS
Alison Trumpore: My name is Alison, my pronouns are she and they. I'm a middle school speech-language pathologist in the public schools of the District of Columbia, and I really enjoy SLP Toolkit. I've been doing this for about 10 years in a variety of settings and having something to streamline the data, really just kind of helps get it all in one place in a system that's clearly been well designed with our specific needs in mind. It is always helpful. But what has been an unexpected surprise is the CEUs and the sense of community. The willingness to get questions asked and answered. It's... you know, I think as school SLPs we often get siloed and it's really nice to find some community. You know, when the other SLPs in the district are, you know, busy seeing their kids in their little rooms.