Making Changes: Advocacy Suggestions for Reducing Caseloads Who Moved My Cheese, a currently popular book by Spencer Johnson and Kenneth Blanchard, highlights the importance of being responsible for change in our own lives. School speech-language pathologists desiring to make changes in their work environment will find wisdom and inspiration from Sniff and Scurry, the mice. However, having ... Article
Article  |   April 01, 2001
Making Changes: Advocacy Suggestions for Reducing Caseloads
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  • Lissa Power-deFur
    Special Education and Student Services Virginia Department of Education, Richmond
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Article   |   April 01, 2001
Making Changes: Advocacy Suggestions for Reducing Caseloads
SIG 16 Perspectives on School-Based Issues, April 2001, Vol. 2, 9-12. doi:10.1044/sbi2.1.9
SIG 16 Perspectives on School-Based Issues, April 2001, Vol. 2, 9-12. doi:10.1044/sbi2.1.9
Who Moved My Cheese, a currently popular book by Spencer Johnson and Kenneth Blanchard, highlights the importance of being responsible for change in our own lives. School speech-language pathologists desiring to make changes in their work environment will find wisdom and inspiration from Sniff and Scurry, the mice. However, having decided to make a change, we often need direction to guide us.
This article offers guiding questions and possible resources for facilitating the change process. Caseload reduction will be used to demonstrate the use of these guiding questions; however, the approach is applicable to any public policy for which change is desired. The questions can be grouped into four areas.
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