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1 SURVEY OF SPEECH/LANGUAGE PATHOLOGISTS Sheryl Thormann Educational Consultant Speech and Language Programs Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction 608/ WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

2 Percentage of Respondents from CESA Regions (n=947) CESA RegionPercentage of Respondents 120.1% 215.4% 3 3.5% 4 5.7% 5 6.0% 612.8% 716.0% 8 2.8% 9 4.5% % % % total100%

3 Professional Training of SLP Respondents

4 Professional Licensure

5 Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC)

6 CCC Equivalent (n=318)

7 Areas of need for CCC Equivalent (n=293)

8 Years of School Employment

9 Percentage of SLPs Serving Different Schools

10 Percentage of SLPs Serving Different Age Levels

11 Full Time Equivalency (FTE) Status of Speech Pathologist Respondents

12 Average Caseload and Caseload Range by FTE Range: Cases Range: Cases

13 Percentage of treatment by severity of the communicative disorder

14 Average percent of time spent by SLPs in differing methods of service delivery

15 Weekly average percent of time SLPs spend in student treatment and various professional duties

16 Average percent of time spent by SLPs in treatment of various disordered areas

17 Average Student Time in SL Therapy: ( SL Impairment Only)

18 Average Student Time in SL Therapy: ( SL & Another Impairment)

19 Issues Ranking Aspects of the job Rank ordered by respondents rating as manageable or sufficient 1. Therapy and test materials 2. Support when it is time to dismiss a student 3. Respected as a professional 4. Administrative Support 5. Parent involvement 6. Caseload size 7. Number of students with severe impairments 8. Use a of a continuum of service delivery options 9. Additional school duties (lunch/recess/bus duty) 10. Collaboration with other professionals 11. Handling of missed therapy time in district 12. Third party billing 13. Prep time 14. IEP requirements (meetings, paperwork, etc.) 15. Time to document student progress/notes

20 Issues Ranking Aspects of the job Rank ordered by respondents rating as unmanageable or insufficient 1. Time to document student progress/notes 2. IEP requirements (meetings, paperwork, etc.) 3. Prep time 4. Collaboration with other professionals 5. Third party billing 6. Handling of missed therapy time in district 7. Number of students with severe impairments 8. Caseload size 9. Parent involvement 10. Use of a continuum of service delivery options 11. Administrative support 12. Respected as a professional 13. Additional school duties (lunch/recess/bus duty) 14. Therapy and test materials 15. Support when it is time to dismiss a student


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