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This is a vital principle in all of the work we do. If you are asked to provide herbal remedies, yoga techniques, or acupunc¬ture, for example, be sure that you make referrals, or simply acknowledge that such topics are beyond the boundaries of your expertise. Don’t practice in any area that is not within the scope of practice as defined by any licensing or regulatory agency related to your professional role.

Engage Only in Methods You Are

Trained and Competent to Carry Out

Even if a certain approach might be defended as fitting within your scope of practice, if you have not had appropriate education and training to do it as a profes-sional, then it is unethical to provide it.

Emphasize Complementary

Over Alternative Approaches to

Direct Intervention for Speech,

Language, and Cognition

As acknowledged throughout this book, there is a vast and growing evidence base supporting the work that we do to improve communication and life partici¬pation in people with neurogenic com¬munication disorders. We know that the potential benefits from SLP services can continue for years following onset. Con¬sider whether recommending alternative approaches instead of speech-language intervention may run counter to the evi¬dence base and thus be unethical. Keep in mind that in reported studies where ap¬proaches such as acupuncture and herbal medicine have been studied as adjuncts versus alternatives to speech and language intervention in aphasia, the combined approaches have led to better results (Jung et al., 2012; Pang, Wu, & Liu, 2010).

Keep an Open, Nonjudgmental

Attitude and Appreciate

Multicultural Differences

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