U.S. SLP Caseload Caps WIKI – By State

If you’re thinking about practicing in another state, you might want to know what caseload caps look like there before you go.  Check out this convenient list and help out other SLPs by updating it with your states most current information on caseload caps.  

For non-SLPs, a caseload cap is a maximum number of students that one SLP should service.  It is not a number to strive for, but rather a number not to exceed without jeopardizing the quality and frequency of therapy for each student.

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(BUT PLEASE BE CAREFUL NOT TO ERASE ANY ENTRIES.  If you do happen to accidentally erase something, just hit CTRL+Z on a computer or COMMAND+Z on a Mac to undo it.)

Speech-Language Pathology Acronyms & Abbreviations

WikiSpeech-Language Pathology, like many professions in the realm of health and education, is filled with acronyms and abbreviations. Many of these are regional or specific to a specific niche within the field. Therefore, not all SLPs are familiar with all SLP-related acronyms. This collaborative list will help to solve that problem!

It will be alphabetized periodically for ease of use. Please do not delete or duplicate entries. Remember when using this list as a reference, that like wikipedia, users can edit it, so you might want to still double check the meaning before using it for professional purposes.

Enjoy!

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CLICK HERE TO ADD MORE ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS TO THE LIST