Speech therapist Carrie Clark brainstorms ideas and answers to your speech therapy questions. Carrie Clark will bring on guest speech-language pathologists to answer your questions. Speech therapists can call in questions for Carrie and her guest to answer on air. Listen in as Carrie Clark and her guest brainstorm ideas to help you with your toughest cases. Plus, tune in each week for a giveaway!
Teaching Children to Recall and Retell Past Events
In this episode of the Speech and Language Kids Podcast, speech-language pathologist Carrie Clark discusses how to help children remember past events and tell you about them later. Click Here to Subscribe to My Mailing List Notes: 1. Remembering a Single Picture Show them a picture and then put it away
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SOTB 10: A Controlling Child with Autism who Can’t Take Turns, Interview with Maureen Wilson
Today I am joined by speech-language pathologist Maureen Wilson from www.thespeechbubbleslp.com who helps me brainstorm ideas for a 5-year-old with autism who won't participate in anything unless he controls the whole thing. Links and Notes: The Speech Bubble SLP: www.thespeechbubbleslp.com Control The child needs that control Try social stories Behavioral Charts Sacrifice therapy time
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SOTB 9: A Non-Responsive Child with Autism with Guests Helen and Elizabeth
Join me and my guests Helen and Elizabeth from www.SpeechblogUK.com as we brainstorm some ideas for a child with autism who doesn't respond to anything. Links and Notes: www.SpeechBlogUK.com Observe the child to look for interests Intensive Interaction: Do what they're doing Gradually introduce your own toys and promote joint attention Introduce AAC if
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Teaching Core Vocabulary for AAC Users (Jeff Stepen)
In this episode of Speech Therapy: Storm of the Brains, Carrie Clark is joined by Jeff Stepen from www.conversationsinspeech.com to discuss activities that will help target core vocabulary for AAC users. Core Vocabulary for AAC Users Links: Conversations in Speech Podcast Pixon Project PRC Website Word Toob App Songs/Music: http://vantatenhove.com/ Toca Boca App Story Bots
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SOTB7: Overview of Voice Disorders and Therapy with Kyle Meades
Today, Carrie Clark is joined by speech-language pathologist Kyle Meades from www.privateslp.com. Kyle shares with us an overview of working with children with voice disorders. Links: www.privateSLP.com Speech therapy Private Practice Startup Podcast Show Notes: ENT Referral: Get it first! Look for reflux, bad posture, overuse (it's always a symptom of something else)
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SOTB 6: Non-Compliant Children in Therapy with Heidi Britz
Show Notes and Resources Mentioned: Heidi Britz www.smartmouthslp.com YMCA Yes: offer families confirmation or support Medical: developmental pediatrician, be aware of financial costs and know resources Complementary Therapies: OT consult for sensory, ABA consult, school-based programs Availability: Are they able to learn how to be learners? Other Resources: Supporting the child with visuals (Super
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This SLP is not too good at sounding interested. She has an even more insincere "uh-huh" than my husband. She also has a pretty distracted "mm-Kay". I wonder how interested she sounds when talking to her "kiddos". (If she is not aware of her voice intonation) She actually said she was taking notes for the show notes right after one of her insincere "uh-huh"s - like during the 15 minute taping (do it later) like if you aren't willing to register to your own show, which is only 15 minutes long, then that does not bode well. "Perfect" "alright". One would expects SLP to be more aware of this kind of tone, if I was a kid i'd be pretty sensitive to this kind of half-tuned out tone. Also: the sound on this podcast for the interviewees is appallingly bad. Like, shockingly bad. Don't listen if you have any sensitivity in your ears. Also the first 5 minutes is taken up with a "draw" for done kind of branded loot. Skip the first 5 minutes. I hope Carrie reads this and tunes in to her own podcast. Do it right or don't do it. Please.
Excellent info for SLPs, SLP assistants & others helping kids with speech
I love the conversational style and sharing of speech-language ideas, suggestions and tips from 2 highly experienced SLPs. This podcast is excellent for SLPs, assistants, parents and others who are helping kids with their speech-language skills to listen to. ~Keri