139 episodes

You’re listening to the Speechie Side Up podcast hosted by author, AAC specialist, and matcha tea lover, Venita Litvack! Every week, you get to hear what other SLPs are doing in the field and how they found their passion. This podcast was created to help YOU stop re-inventing the wheel and start loving your job again!

Speechie Side Up Venita

    • Education
    • 4.9 • 111 Ratings

You’re listening to the Speechie Side Up podcast hosted by author, AAC specialist, and matcha tea lover, Venita Litvack! Every week, you get to hear what other SLPs are doing in the field and how they found their passion. This podcast was created to help YOU stop re-inventing the wheel and start loving your job again!

    [podcourse] Get Ready: An Overview of Childhood Apraxia of Speech with Dr. Olivia Jensen

    [podcourse] Get Ready: An Overview of Childhood Apraxia of Speech with Dr. Olivia Jensen

    In this podcourse I am joined by Dr. Olivia Jensen, a speech pathologist practicing in Tucson, Arizona. Olivia completed her masters and doctorate degree at Northwestern University. She currently practices in home health and private practice environments. In the private practice she treats both pediatrics and adults.

    This podcourse was first presented during the bAACk to School AAC Challenge on August 17, 2021. We’re releasing it on the podcast this month to celebrate #aacawarenessmonth

    This webinar is worth .1 ASHA CEUs! If you want to earn ASHA CEUs for this webinar, please visit https://tasseltogether.com/courses/

    • 57 min
    138: The One About CAS from a Parent's Perspective

    138: The One About CAS from a Parent's Perspective

    On this episode I am joined by Leslie Lindsay. Leslie is the author and narrator of SPEAKING OF APRAXIA: A Parents' Guide to Childhood Apraxia of Speech, now in its 2nd edition with an audio edition from Penguin Random House (July 2021). Her writing and photography have been featured in various print and online literary journals. Leslie is a former Mayo Clinic child/adolescent psychiatric R.N. and resides in the Chicago area with her family. Her daughter, Kate, now 16, inspired SPEAKING OF APRAXIA.

    • 31 min
    All Are Welcome: How To Diversify Your AAC Therapy [Podcourse]

    All Are Welcome: How To Diversify Your AAC Therapy [Podcourse]

    This podcourse was first presented during the bAACk to School AAC Challenge on August 17, 2021. We’re releasing it on the podcast this month to celebrate #aacawarenessmonth

    This webinar is worth .1 ASHA CEUs! If you want to earn ASHA CEUs for this webinar, please visit https://tasseltogether.com/courses/components-of-successful-aac-consideration-and-implementation/

    • 59 min
    Components of Successful AAC Therapy for an Awesome School Year [Podcourse]

    Components of Successful AAC Therapy for an Awesome School Year [Podcourse]

    This podcourse was first presented during the bAACk to School AAC Challenge on August 17, 2021. We’re releasing it on the podcast this month to celebrate #aacawarenessmonth ! This podcourse discussed 3 ways to know if a strategy is evidence-based and explored several common strategies currently used in augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) therapy. This session also discussed the necessary components to consider for successful AAC implementation to make language learning empowering and fun for every user.

    This webinar is worth .1 ASHA CEUs! If you want to earn ASHA CEUs for this webinar, please visit https://tasseltogether.com/courses/components-of-successful-aac-consideration-and-implementation/

    • 1 hr
    [Podcourse] Your First Assignment: Consult an AAC User!

    [Podcourse] Your First Assignment: Consult an AAC User!

    This podcourse was first presented during the bAACk to School AAC Challenge on August 16, 2021. We’re releasing it on the podcast this month to celebrate #aacawarenessmonth ! This podcourse discussed having an AAC user work with Speech-Language Pathologists to bring a new perspective and the impact it could have on the field. This session explored the idea of how consulting with AAC users can be motivating for clients and help them better self-advocate.

    This webinar is worth .1 ASHA CEUs! If you want to earn ASHA CEUs for this webinar, please visit https://tasseltogether.com/courses/aac-users-can-benefit-the-speech-language-pathology-field/

    • 1 hr
    Podcourse: Must-Have bAACk To School AAC Resources

    Podcourse: Must-Have bAACk To School AAC Resources

    This podcourse was first presented during the bAACk to School AAC Challenge on August 16, 2021. We’re releasing it on the podcast this month to celebrate #aacawarenessmonth ! This podcourse discussed important factors and strategies while using digital materials during therapy, as well as, how to effectively engage with the augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) user in-person and in teletherapy. This session also explored 2 online resources to support AAC teletherapy.



    This webinar is worth .1 ASHA CEUs! If you want to earn ASHA CEUs for this webinar, please visit https://tasseltogether.com/courses/aac-teletherapy-making-and-using-free-low-cost-activities/ to register.

    • 59 min

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