Wondering what you need for your CFY?
With back-to-school time quickly approaching for some, I wanted to chat on this episode of SLP Coffee Talk about some things that you need as a brand new CF.
Now, if you aren’t a CF, don’t skip this episode! All of the things I’m sharing with you could apply to you too. These things have been essential in my time as an SLP and I want you to go into your first day fully prepared and ready for whatever comes.
There are so many things I wish I knew back when I was completing my CFY. I know it can be overwhelming, but these are some of the top things that I think you will need as a CF. I am still learning even now so it’s my goal to help you get a head start.
In This Episode You’ll Discover:
- Why you should treat your CF as a job
- Why you will want a planner when you get started
- How to plan out your year at the beginning of the school year
- How to use a binder to organize your data
- Why you need to keep a stash of good black pens
- The importance of a good watch
- Why you need to wear comfortable shoes
I hope you found this episode helpful! You may notice that I didn’t mention laminators, IPads, or anything like that, and you may not agree with me! Let me know. Send me a DM and tell me what you think!
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Joke of the Week:
Q: What type of music are balloons scared of?
A: Pop music.
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