Policies and Disclaimer
The School Speech Therapist Policies and Disclaimer
This blog is a professional/personal website written, edited, produced, maintained, and funded by a licensed speech-language pathologist. The opinions expressed on this website are that of the authors’ and not of the authors’ employer. For questions about this blog, please contact the author via
Information and materials published on this website are not meant to replace speech and language therapy. They are meant to share professional information and opinion in the area of speech-language pathology with parents, teachers, and professionals. In addition, the information presented on this website is general and should not be interpreted or used as advice for a specific person with a communication disorder. The School Speech Therapist and its author or guest authors do not guarantee that a person’s speech and language skills will improve by implementing or using some or all of the ideas/materials on this website. If you or someone you know feels that they may be experiencing a communication disorder or learning disability, discuss this with a physician, school psychologist, school speech-language pathologist, school administrator, classroom teacher or medical professional for a person-specific diagnosis and treatment plan.
Accuracy of Posts/Materials
The editor and authors of The School Speech Therapist do their best to ensure that the information presented on this website is accurate, up to date, and professional. The authors of The School Speech Therapists do not promise or make representations as to the accuracy, completeness, currentness, suitability, or validity of any information on this website. In addition, The School Speech Therapist and its authors will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its display or use. The statements expressed in posts on this website do not reflect the views of the employer of the authors of the website. Updated September 21, 2014
The creator/author/editor of this website is licensed through the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) and adheres to the Code of Ethics for speech-language pathologists. The author of this website adheres to HIPAA guidelines and will not post any photos of clients whom have a communication disorder or a clients’ protected health information. If a photo or video of a person (client or not) appears on the website, there will be written consent on file from that person or legal guardian for a person under the age of 18 to appear on this website.
Use and Distribution of Materials on This Site
Please feel free to use the ideas and materials on this site in your therapy sessions or at home at your own risk, for which The School Speech Therapist and its authors shall not be liable. It is your own responsibility to decide whether the materials, products, services, or information provided by this website meet your specific requirements and therapy needs. The materials and content on this website, unless otherwise specified, is the intellectual property of The School Speech Therapist and its authors. Materials and content include but are not limited to blog entries, graphics, photographs, charts, worksheets, visual aids, product reviews, etc. You may print and use The School Speech Therapist’s creations (worksheets, graphics and visuals other than photographs) for personal and professional use, however, you may not re-sell them or commercially exploit the content, publish them without expressed written permission, distribute them, or produce mass quantities of them. You may also not transmit or store the content from this site on any other website or other form of electronic retrieval system. Please do not steal my ideas and credit them as your own – when in doubt, credit the author. If you link to them on your website, Pinterest, Facebook, or other social media account, credit The School Speech Therapist as the creator.
This website and its content are the copyright of The School Speech Therapist and its editor/author Teresa Sadowski MA/SLP-ccc.
The School Speech Therapist is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com. Direct advertisers contract with the School Speech Therapist. Products created by Teresa Sadowski are promoted and sold through Teachers Pay Teachers and on this website. If you pay for and download any item published on this site, you are not permitted to share the paid download with others. Occasionally The School Speech therapists accepts compensation of merchandise or cash for product review. If and when the writer of this blog does receive compensation in another form, the reader will be notified in written form through changes in the disclosure policy. Updated September 21,2014
Graphics Used on This Site/Fair Use Rights
The photos and graphics used on this site are the either original works or purchased by the creator/authors of this web site for their own use. Purchased graphics may not be resold by the creator of this site or taken from the worksheets for your personal use. Some original works are are available by contacting The School Speech Therapist. Graphics in which are used for free worksheets as well as that are embedded on this website are legal due fair use rights. Graphics in which are used for worksheets available for purchase will be created by owner of this site or purchased and licensed for selling use.
External Links/Product Reviews
The School Speech Therapist and its social media network sites (i.e. Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, etc.) include links to other websites. These links are provided for your convenience to provide further information. The links do not signify that The School Speech Therapist and its author endorse the website(s). The School Speech Therapist and its creator/authors have no responsibility for the content of the linked website(s). Each website that is linked to is owned and run by a different person/company of whom owns the rights to its products and information. That website has the right to change its information or the link may not be available after a period of time. In the case of Pinterest, images are often posted that link to websites that are not related to the field of speech-language pathology. Be aware that when you click a linked website that you are visiting that page at your own risk. The creator/editor/authors of The School Speech Therapist do not ensure or make representations as to the accuracy, completeness, currentness, suitability, or validity of any information on linked websites. In addition, The School Speech Therapist and its authors will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from the display or use of an external, linked website. In regards to product reviews, The School Speech Therapist and its authors will do their best to provide accurate information about the product being reviewed based on their knowledge of the product. The School Speech Therapist is not associated with and does not endorse any specific product companies. Therefore, the author of The School Speech Therapist does not ensure or make representations as to the accuracy, completeness, currentness, suitability, or validity of any information in relation to products reviewed. The School Speech Therapist and its authors will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from the display or use of a product reviewed on this blog. The School Speech Therapist has only been compensated in application code/product form when stated on the individual post.
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These policies are subject to change/updates as determined by the website owner. Unauthorized use of this website or its content may give to a claim for damages and/or be a criminal offense.
(Some of the text/ideas which helped the author in writing this policies page were from Consonantly Speaking)
Updated September 21, 2014