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Head to Speech Summit & Expo 2024

The Resource Key was a vendor at Head to Speech Summit & Expo in Washington DC at University of the District of Columbia.

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The Resource Key was a vendor at the 3rd Annual Head to Speech Interprofessional Task Force Summit and Brain Health, Sports and Fitness Expo 2024.

About the Summit: The Head to Speech Interprofessional Task Force Summit helps to foster Interprofessional education and collaborative practices between departments, programs, organizations, clinics, camps, and leagues related to Communication Sciences and Disorders, athletics, allied health and rehabilitative sciences, sports medicine, neuropsychology, sports management, sports culture, law, and media studies.

The Summit is their largest annual meeting and fundraiser for the national Head to Speech Community, which has grown since 2021 to include 14 Board of Directors, 90+ Interprofessional Task Force members, 60+ Ambassadors, and over 1,300 followers across social media platforms! 

The Resource Key believes in building community and it is at the core of the work that we do daily. This summit was wonderful to attend because it aligned with the work that we do and provided opportunities to build bridges to bring the community together.

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