Coordinator's Column There is a common saying that suggests the only constant is change. Personally, I thrive on change. Perhaps I am too easily bored. Or, maybe I have come to the realization that if I'm going to survive, I need to embrace change. When an archaeologist in the year 2150 ... Coordinator's Column
Coordinator's Column  |   December 01, 2009
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Coordinator's Column   |   December 01, 2009
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SIG 15 Perspectives on Gerontology, December 2009, Vol. 14, 32. doi:10.1044/gero14.2.32
SIG 15 Perspectives on Gerontology, December 2009, Vol. 14, 32. doi:10.1044/gero14.2.32
There is a common saying that suggests the only constant is change. Personally, I thrive on change. Perhaps I am too easily bored. Or, maybe I have come to the realization that if I'm going to survive, I need to embrace change. When an archaeologist in the year 2150 looks back upon this decade, I wonder how we will be characterized. I would be surprised if it was “slow to change.”
In advocating for our clients, we need to be prepared to navigate the maze of legislative and regulatory changes that seem to be growing exponentially lately. ASHA offers numerous resources to assist us as professionals. Simply being an affiliate of Division 15 gives you easy access to ASHA staff and to opportunities for networking with colleagues via our forum and e-mail discussion lists. I challenge you to stay on top of the changes on behalf of the clients we serve.
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