Margaret Curley is the Clinical Manager at Epic Special Education Staffing, which will soon be known as Epic Special Education Staffing—same great team, brand new name. This is the 48th episode of Minute with Margaret, where she shares educational tips and tricks in just 60 seconds or less. Today’s episode will discuss “Working at the Top of your License”, a phrase used by many professional associations, including OTPT and Speech. This means clinicians’ daily job involves assessing, diagnosing, and writing goals for students which parallel their education and training. Daily therapy and paperwork get delegated to other staff and team members, which also parallels the students’ training. Many of our districts have implemented this, so what does this mean for you? When interviewing for jobs, it is just as important to know the population you prefer to work with and whether you want to work directly with students for therapy or as a team with parents and assistants. If you are interested in today’s topic, you can reach out to Margaret by email at [email protected]. See you on the next episode!