Resources for Trainers

 

 

 

Resources

Student Links

Testimonials
ARTA Quiz

Want to set up your own tutoring business? Here’s some information on how to get started.

Cleverapple – Personal anecdotes and tips on this site about running a tutoring business, and a link to purchase a book about starting up a tutoring business.

www.Cleverapple.com

If you charge for your coaching services, you have a small business. These web sites will help you to run your business more efficiently.

Inc.com – The online home of Inc. Magazine. You will find helpful articles about starting and managing a successful business.

www.inc.com

Fastcompany.com – Fast Company Magazine online. Find articles about being a freelance teacher/agent for advice on setting up a home office and effectively marketing yourself.

www.Fastcompany.com

Nolo Press – If you have legal questions, this is a must see site.
Business advice and good ideas for starting a new business.

www.Nolo.com

Internal Revenue Service – To learn what your tax responsibilities will be in your home business, go to the IRS Small Business Corner. Most PDF for ms you will need to file are available here.

www.irs.gov

Quicken Online – This personal finance site has a comprehensive area on small business management. The site has sample for ms, recent reviews of products.

ARTA is a great way to promote your tutoring services. These sites can help you go even farther.

Fast Company’s Customer Service Handbook – Happy customers are a teacher’s must read.

Reveries.com – This site is full of marketing ideas and profiles of other small businesses.

Are you are an independent tutor? Want the support of other tutors? Here are some teaching resources to help you feel part of a community.

AskEric Lesson Plans – A comprehensive database of lesson plans for different subjects and levels.

www.eduref.org

Gain the wisdom and advice on teaching from members of the National Education Association. Articles range from discipline to lesson plans.

www.Nea.org

World Book Online ?The online version of the popular encyclopedia. A great place for quick answers.

www.Worldbookonline.com

 

Associations and Organizations

State Speech and Hearing Associations – http://speech-languagepathologist.org/home/stateassoc
American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation – http://www.ashfoundation.org/
American Association of Private Practice in Speech Pathology and Audiology – http://www.aappspa.org/
Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT) – http://www.rcslt.org/
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) – http://www.asha.org/
The National Center for Voice and Speech – http://www.ncvs.org/
Speak Easy Inc.(SpeakEasyCanada) – http://www.speakeasycanada.com/
American Association Of Audiology – http://www.audiology.org/
Council of Academic Programs In Communication Sciences and Disorders (CAPCSD) – http://www.capcsd.org/
South African Speech-Language Hearing Association (SASLHA) – http://www.saslha.co.za/
American Association of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery – http://www.entnet.org/
American Cleft Palate – Craniofacial Association – http://www.acpa-cpf.org/
Aphasia Hope Foundation – http://www.aphasiahope.org/
Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologist and Audiologists (CASLPA) – http://www.bcaslpa.bc.ca/
National Infor mation Center for Children & Youth with Disabilities – http://www.nichcy.org/index
Speech-Language and Hearing Association, Singapore – http://web.singnet.com.sg/~speech/
Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) – http://www.cec.sped.org/
Learning Disabilities Association of America – http://www.ldanatl.org/
The National Aphasia Association – http://www.aphasia.org/

State Speech and Hearing Associations

Speech & Hearing Association of Alabama
Arkansas Speech-Language-Hearing Association
The Arizona Speech-Language-Hearing Association
California Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Colorado Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Connecticut Speech-Language-Hearing Association

District of Columbia Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Florida Association of Speech-Language Pathologist & Audiologist
Georgia Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Hawaii Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Idaho Speech, Language & Hearing Association
Illinois Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Indiana Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Iowa Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Kansas Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Kentucky Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Louisiana Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Maine Speech Language Hearing Association
Maryland Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Massachusetts Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Michigan Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Minnesota Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Mississippi Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Missouri Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Montana Speech, Language & Hearing Association

New Mexico Speech, Language & Hearing Association
New Jersey Speech-Language-Hearing Association
North Carolina Speech, Hearing & Language Association
New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Inc.
Oklahoma Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Ohio Speech-Language-Hearing Association
The Oregon Speech & Hearing Association
Pennsylvania Speech-Language-Hearing Association

South Carolina Speech-Language-Hearing Association
South Dakota Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Tennessee Assoc. Audiologists and Speech Pathologists
Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Utah Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Virginia
Washington Speech & Hearing Association
Wisconsin Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Wyoming Speech-Language-Hearing Association