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I, Robert Kurtz, CCC-SLP, represent that, as a certified and licensed speech-language pathologist, I am highly trained and knowledgeable in speech and language development. I make every attempt to present information that is research-based and in line with the best practices of my profession and my own best professional judgment. I work hard to avoid typos, misspellings, and other errors that may distort or distract from my message, or lead to a misunderstanding. I am, however, human and capable of making mistakes and getting things wrong. Please read carefully and keep in mind that other professionals may have perfectly legitimate reasons for disagreeing with me.
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Update, fall 2010: For some years now, I have been working on earning a Ph.D. degree. I am now writing my dissertation, and plan to have it finished in time to graduate in December of 2011 [Update, fall 2011: um... make that December of 2012]. I also continue to work full-time, and of course my two children still need their father's time and attention. Because of these demands on my schedule, my response time to messages posted here has become quite slow. You are more than welcome to use this form to contact me, but I am no longer able to guarantee a response to all inquiries. I appreciate your understanding on this. --Robert
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