The podcast for SLP's by SLP's, where we deep dive into a variety of topics to empower, educate, and entertain. Join Jennifer Martin MS, CCC-SLP and Alyssa Hunter MA, CCC-SLP each episode to hear from expert guests and a range of topics about Speech Pathology.
Articulation: 5 Ideas in 30 Minutes for Speech Pathologists
This episode is the second edition of our 5 Ideas in 30 Minutes Series, where we discuss different topics that you can listen to on the fly! In round two, we discuss ideas for addressing articulation, including explicit teaching, gamifying the learning process, building a pacing board, and more.
Behavior Challenges: 5 Ideas in 30 Minutes for Speech Pathologists
This episode marks the first installation of our 5 Ideas in 30 Minutes Series, where we discuss different topics that you can listen to on the fly! In our first edition, we discuss ideas for handling behavioral challenges with children—including motivator inventories, collaborative rule creation, periodically fading behavioral supports, and more.
Parent Coaching with Teach Speech - Kacy Wickerson MA, CCC-SLP
On this episode, we had the opportunity to explore the concept of parent coaching in speech therapy with our special guest--the CEO of Teach Speech LLC—Kacy Wickerson MA, CCC-SLP. Kacy showcased her incredible drive in giving back to the SLP community through her business, sharing advice on establishing a strong parental relationship, best practices for parent coaching success, being culturally responsive with parents, and more.
Standardized & Informal Assessments with SLP Nerdcast - Kate Grandbois MS, CCC-SLP, BCBA, LABA & Amy Wonkka MA, CCC-SLP
In this episode, we had the amazing opportunity to host two special guests with their very own podcast! Kate Grandbois MS, CCC-SLP, BCBA, LABA & Amy Wonkka MA, CCC-SLP joined us from their show, SLP Nerdcast, to share their insights on standardized and informal assessments for SLPs—discussing the pros and cons of standardized assessments, the distinction between Norm Ref and Criterion Ref assessments, additional methods of assessment data collection, and more.
Life as a Juvenile Forensic SLP - Dr. Shameka Stanford MS, CCC-SLP
In this episode, we were honored to speak with the first-ever Juvenile Forensic SLP—Dr. Shameka Stanford MS, CCC-SLP, about her groundbreaking work with youth across the country. Dr. Stanford detailed her niche role in children's’ lives, sharing with us a day in the life of a Juvenile Forensic SLP, the process of assessing different diagnoses with her clients, how to properly address student behaviors in a school setting, and more.
Working With Pediatric Deaf and Hard of Hearing Clients - Wendy Deters MS, CCC-SLP, LSLS Cert AVEd & Tatum Fritz MS, CCC-SLP, LSLS Cert AVT
On this episode, we speak with two SLPs who are making an impact in Early Intervention Spoken Word treatment with deaf and hard of hearing children with their program, Child’s Voice. Wendy Deters MS, CCC-SLP, LSLS Cert AVEd & Tatum Fritz MS, CCC-SLP, LSLS Cert AVT, give us a glimpse into their world—discussing the EI treatment process, ASL vs. Spoken Language learning modalities, amplification devices, and more.
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Made me LOL!
This is my first podcast review and I listen to allllll the SLP podcasts. I was literally cracking up listening to your would you rather episode on my way home from a crazy day at work. I will kee listening!
Finally entertainment meets professional info
I love that this podcast is entertaining and shares such great info about the SLP field . After listening to the first episode I felt empowered to look into different opportunities for SLPs. Very inspiring ! Can’t wait to keep listening.
Great info and entertainment for SLPs
Love that they are very real and down to earth about the speech pathology career, lot of great advice and they don’t sugar coat anything.