Private Practice in a Sensory Bus – TTC012

Important points:

  • You don’t have to know everything right away.
  • If you miss a deadline or things aren’t working out exactly as planned it just means that you need to keep trying and don’t force it.
  • Find a great mentor.

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Healthy Eating: with Lenora Vatamaniuck – TTC005

Important Points:

  • Follow your passions to find the life that you want to live. Change jobs if needed to find a good fit and start projects on the side to really fill out what you want to do.
  • Facebook and instagram is a great way to communicate with your local community, you can share you knowledge and expertise with them. This not only can promote your work but also the work of your profession as a whole!
  • Community engagement is huge, make a connection with your audience and respond to their needs.

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Living without Regret and Acting on Opportunities: with David Ambrose – TTC004

Important Points:

  • Be open to opportunities because you never know where they will take you
  • Developing your programs based on evidence based research will help guide your clinical practice and your business
  • “Doing good work” will be the best advertising for your business, your clients will tell people about you and how happy they are with your service
  • Growth can mean sacrifice, but usually only for a short period of time until the larger space or new service has been established

If you are interested in getting ahold of David he can be contacted at his clinic:

http://theraplaypeds.com/

1805 Broadway Ave, Saskatoon, SK

306-668-0066

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Never too late to do what you really want: with Michelle Schmidt – TTC003

Important Points:

  • Always keep growing, if this means going back to school as a mature student to reach your potential GO FOR IT.
  • Word of mouth and community connections are great ways to grow your business.
  • Keep learning and expanding your skills. This helps to serve your clients as well as to keep your practice fresh and interesting.
  • Your practice will change and grow over the years with you. If you need to slow down you can and you can build your practice up again when you are ready.

To contact Michelle and learn more about her business call: 306-891-9622

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Small Business in a Small Town: with Vanessa Skiba – TTC002

Important Points

  • If you move somewhere where there are no 'jobs' for your profession, it doesn't mean you are not in high demand.
  • Be creative with your training to fill the 'gap in service' your community has.
  • Approach other professionals in the area to start receiving referrals.
  • Don't be intimidated by the idea of approaching a local foundation for funding support.
  • You don't have to charge the client directly for your services, be creative!
  • Grow your business at your own pace, the only expectations you have to meet are your own 🙂

Be Creative

Get a hold of Vanessa:

If you are interested in learning more about Vanessa's work, contact her at 306-861-9223

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