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Hosted by Matt Hott, Michael McLeoud, and Michelle Wintering, Speech Science interviews leaders in the field of speech and language therapy, individuals who are making a difference in the lives of others with disabilities, and individuals who have overcome deficits in their own lives. Weekly they offer news stories related to field and critical reviews of literature, tools, and ideas related to speech and language therapy and audiology. New episodes are released weekly.

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    • 4.6, 67 Ratings

Hosted by Matt Hott, Michael McLeoud, and Michelle Wintering, Speech Science interviews leaders in the field of speech and language therapy, individuals who are making a difference in the lives of others with disabilities, and individuals who have overcome deficits in their own lives. Weekly they offer news stories related to field and critical reviews of literature, tools, and ideas related to speech and language therapy and audiology. New episodes are released weekly.

    Dysphagia Tools, IDEA Failures, and Counseling

    Dysphagia Tools, IDEA Failures, and Counseling

    Michael and Michelle have the week off, so Leigh Ann Porter, host of Speech Uncensored settles into the co-host chair this week with Matt.  Leigh Ann recounts her week in the clinical setting and the joy of seeing a patient returning to your caseload.  Matt’s home health caseload continues to rise which means his free time continues to decrease.  Matt and Leigh Ann discuss the tests they enjoy when working with adults.  In the middle of the show, Matt had to run down a mouse in his house!
     
    On today’s show, we look at tools for dysphagia, the importance of counseling during therapy, and which states are failing IDEA.  This week’s Informed SLP looks at perceptual ratings for dysarthric speech.  We also look at our SSPOD Shoutouts and Due Process.  The ASHA spotlight looks at the ASHA Connect Conference.  
     
    The Discord is up and ready for people to interact with the crew 24/7 with a new website, www.discord.speechsciencepodcast.com.
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    SSPOD Shoutout: Do you know an SLP who deserves a digital fist bump or shout out?  We want to know your #SSPODSHOUTOUT, which is recognition for someone doing something awesome somewhere.    Dr. Anthony Koutsoftas from Seton Hall University received a 1.4 million dollar federal grant for research in improving writing skills in special education. 
     
    SSPOD Due Process:  Do you have a complaint or need to vent, then you want to participate in the #SSPODDUEPROCESS. 
     
    Topic #1: With the rise of 3d printing companies have found ways to create new assistive tools for feeding therapy.  Obi a robot who can feed a patient to trays specially designed can help change our approach to feeding therapies.      
     
    Topic #2: A majority of states are failing to meet the minimum of IDEA.  Why are schools failing?  Is it directly linked to funding and will it improve anytime soon?      
     
    Topic #3: Counseling should be a bigger part of our therapy sessions, or so says a recent study.  Do you find yourself as an information counselor or one that helps identify our patients’ wants and needs?    
     
     
     
    The Informed SLP: A downside to relying on perceptual ratings is that perceptual ratings alone don’t usually qualify a child for speech services or provide a normative benchmark (other than normal/abnormal). But the authors of this study have created age-specific norms and cut-off scores for perceptual ratings that can be used in dysarthria assessments of school-aged children.
     
    ASHA Spotlight: The ASHA Connect Conference is up and online till July 20th. 
     
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    Credits
    Intro Music: Please Listen Carefully by Jahzzar is licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike License.
    Bump Music: County Fair Rock, copyright of John Deku, at soundcloud.com/dirtdogmusic
    The Informed SLP: At The Count by Broke For Free is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License
    Closing Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.
     
    Show Links
     
    Speech Uncensored Podcast
    https://www.speechuncensored.com/
     
    The Informed SLP:
    https://www.theinformedslpmembers.com/reviews/put-a-number-on-that-a-how-to-for-using-new-normative-values-for-perceptual-ratings-of-dysarthric-speech-in-children
    https://pubs.asha.org/doi/10.1044/2020_JSLHR-19-00114
     
    SSPOD Shoutout
    https://www.shu.edu/health/news/speech-language-pathology-professor-awarded-1-4-million.cfm
     
    Dysphagia Strategi

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Vocabulary and Recall, Disney and Disability Lawsuit, and Patriotic Music and Memory

    Vocabulary and Recall, Disney and Disability Lawsuit, and Patriotic Music and Memory

    Its episode 118, even if they keep calling it episode 117.  During this week’s show, they plan for a longer Fourth of July Weekend.  Michelle’s child turns two on the fourth this week as she wraps up her last few days before her move.  Michael looks forward to some social distancing family get togethers.  Matt talks about how he is terrible at using the holidays in his speech and language therapy and he will be attending a reverse parade.     
     
    On today’s show, we discuss recent research showing why some words are easier to remember than others, Disney World has won a disability lawsuit, and how music impacts memory.  This week’s Informed SLP looks at tongue ties.  We also look at our SSPOD Shoutouts and Due Process.  The ASHA spotlight looks at what ASHA is doing to spotlight SLPs of color.   
     
    The Discord is up and ready for people to interact with the crew 24/7 with a new website, www.discord.speechsciencepodcast.com.
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    SSPOD Shoutout: Do you know an SLP who deserves a digital fist bump or shout out?  We want to know your #SSPODSHOUTOUT, which is recognition for someone doing something awesome somewhere.    Jennifer Jayme and those who got the Military Spouse Community page up and running for ASHA receive this week’s SSPOD Shoutout.     
     
    SSPOD Due Process:  Do you have a complaint or need to vent, then you want to participate in the #SSPODDUEPROCESS. 
     
    Topic #1: The national institute of heal looks at the frequency of vocabulary and why some are easier to remember.  If a word has a higher frequency will they recall it easier on a screener?  Does this impact the way and the vocabulary we target in therapy based on the patient?    
     
    Topic #2: Disney previously changed the way they handled customers and guests with disabilities by issuing a return time instead of allowing the guest to go to the front of the line immediately.  A guest sued Disney, but a court found Disney to not be at fault.  The group talks about the impact of learning to wait and how this can help.      
     
    Topic #3: Patriotic music may be linked to certain memories.  How does this translate into other areas of therapy? 
     
     
     
    The Informed SLP: Talking Tongue Ties: You won’t find many hotter topics in our little corner of the world right now than tongue-ties AKA ankyloglossia AKA tethered oral tissues AKA a very short and/or tight sublingual frenulum that restricts lingual mobility.
     
    ASHA Spotlight: ASHA is printing and spotlighting SLPs of color. 
     
    Contact
    Email: speechsciencepodcast@gmail.com
    Voicemail: (614) 681-1798
    Discord: https://discord.speechsciencepodcast.com
     
    New Episode and Interact here:
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    Support
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    Credits
    Intro Music: Please Listen Carefully by Jahzzar is licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike License.
    Bump Music: County Fair Rock, copyright of John Deku, at soundcloud.com/dirtdogmusic
    The Informed SLP: At The Count by Broke For Free is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License
    Closing Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.
     
    Show Links
     
    The Informed SLP:
    https://www.theinformedslpmembers.com/ei-reviews/talking-tongue-tie-do-tongue-ties-affect-speech
    https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamaotolaryngology/article-abstract/2737712
     
    Vocabulary and Memory
    https://www.nih.gov/news-events/news-releases/nih-study-finds-out-why-some-words-may-be-more-memorable-others?fbclid=IwAR1nuzi9Es4PBauA_iGcJbsRb21vWx3JE4fTZPh7L1Hk5YNSfxL5kdjrSLY
     
    Disabilities and Disney
    https://www.orlandosentinel.com/busines

    • 57 min
    Discharging from Articulation, Changing Grad School, ASHA Communities, and Teletherapy Proof

    Discharging from Articulation, Changing Grad School, ASHA Communities, and Teletherapy Proof

    During this week’s show, the group practiced going live on Instagram.  Michael’s clinic has begun to open up to in person live therapy and he continues to balance the role teletherapy has on his current caseload as well.  Michelle continues to prep for leave to Kansas and looks to transition patients to new therapists.  Matt is now being tested every other week for Covid-19 as part of keeping the home health staff and patients safe. 
     
    On today’s show, we discuss recent research comparing teletherapy to in person therapy and the role COVID-19 has in impacting future graduate school classes.  This week’s Informed SLP looks at the importance of timing for therapy.  We also look at our SSPOD Shoutouts and Due Process.  The ASHA spotlight looks at the ASHA online communities. Christina Ristuccia returns for the third time to discuss when to finally discharge a student when you have been working on /r/ for so long.  So how do you avoid the lifers?   
     
    The Discord is up and ready for people to interact with the crew 24/7 with a new website, www.discord.speechsciencepodcast.com.
     
    SSPOD Shoutout: Do you know an SLP who deserves a digital fist bump or shout out?  We want to know your #SSPODSHOUTOUT, which is recognition for someone doing something awesome somewhere.  Courtney Claxton is an SLP who has created an online community for speech and language pathologists and hearing professionals living with hearing loss.          
     
    SSPOD Due Process:  Do you have a complaint or need to vent, then you want to participate in the #SSPODDUEPROCESS. 
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    Topic #1: How good is telehealth therapy?  Does it show the same results as in person therapy?  A recent study looked at the effectiveness of communication and social skills training with a partner.  The study showed similar results with both groups.    
     
    Topic #2: COVID-19 has changed the way we have approached therapy and now it is changing the way schools plan their programs.  The University of Central Florida is creating a new class to target these new skills which include the proper use of PPE.    
     
    Interview: Say It Right and World of R’s Christina Ristuccia returns to the show to talk about the end of Articulation therapy and when to discharge a student. 
     
     
     
    The Informed SLP:
     
    ASHA Spotlight: New Online Community for Military Spouses
     
    Contact
    Email: speechsciencepodcast@gmail.com
    Voicemail: (614) 681-1798
    Discord: https://discord.speechsciencepodcast.com
     
    New Episode and Interact here:
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    Support
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    Credits
    Intro Music: Please Listen Carefully by Jahzzar is licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike License.
    Bump Music: County Fair Rock, copyright of John Deku, at soundcloud.com/dirtdogmusic
    The Informed SLP: At The Count by Broke For Free is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License
    Closing Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.
     
    Show Links
     
    Discharge and Carry-Over of Articulation Therapy:
    http://www.sayitright.org/articulation/entireworldofr.html
    https://prakovic.edublogs.org/files/2015/10/rating-scales-2cmh21w.pdf
     
    The Informed SLP:
    https://www.theinformedslpmembers.com/reviews-adults/gazing-into-the-crystal-ball-timing-of-communication-recovery-in-disorders-of-consciousness
    https://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0003999320301064
     
    SSPOD Shout Out
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/701954647219332/
     
    Teletherapy vs In-Person Therapy
    https://pubs.asha.org/doi/10.1044/2019_JSLHR-19-00076
     
    A New Class for Grad Students
    https://healthp

    • 52 min
    : Paid Grad School, SLP Assistants, Napping, and Treatment of Articulation

    : Paid Grad School, SLP Assistants, Napping, and Treatment of Articulation

    During this week’s show, Matt can’t get over the planned obsoleteness of Apple products with a new cord style for his new iPad.   Michael has gotten back onto the telepractice train and is enjoying the teletherapy.  He discusses ways he may look at telepractice as a potential add-on service to his private practice.  Michelle returned to work with a lower caseload and continues to plan the move across the country.  The group discusses the positives and negatives of the new work from home model during the pandemic.  On Discord, you can interact directly with Matt, Michael, and Michelle.
     
    On today’s show, we discuss ASHA certifying SLP assistants, the ASHA Learning Pass, paying students in grad school, and the importance of napping on the developing brain.  This week’s Informed SLP looks at .  We also look at our SSPOD Shoutouts and Due Process.  The ASHA spotlight looks at the ASHA Learning Pass. 
     
    The Discord is up and ready for people to interact with the crew 24/7 with a new website, www.discord.speechsciencepodcast.com.
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    SSPOD Shoutout: Do you know an SLP who deserves a digital fist bump or shout out?  We want to know your #SSPODSHOUTOUT, which is recognition for someone doing something awesome somewhere.  Lucas Steuber was recently featured in the ASHA Leader and is part of a team finding ways to improve communication for COVID patients on a ventilator.        
     
    SSPOD Due Process:  Do you have a complaint or need to vent, then you want to participate in the #SSPODDUEPROCESS. 
     
    Topic #1: Should Grad Students be paid?  Matt, Michael, and Michelle identify ways that this may work and a radical way to increase the externship to get pay for the students. 
     
    Topic #2: ASHA is certifying SLP-Assistants.  What impact does this have on the field?
     
    Topic  #3: Recent research shows that a nap for preschoolers can improve language acquisition.  Could naps help the therapist as well?
     
    Interview: Say It Right and World of R’s Christina Ristuccia returns to the show to talk about the structure of articulation therapy. 
     
     
     
    The Informed SLP:
     
    ASHA Spotlight: ASHA Learning Pass
     
    Contact
    Email: speechsciencepodcast@gmail.com
    Voicemail: (614) 681-1798
    Discord: https://discord.speechsciencepodcast.com
     
    New Episode and Interact here:
    www.speechsciencepodcast.com
    podcast.speechsciencepodcast.com
     
    Support
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    Rate and Review:
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    Credits
    Intro Music: Please Listen Carefully by Jahzzar is licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike License.
    Bump Music: County Fair Rock, copyright of John Deku, at soundcloud.com/dirtdogmusic
    The Informed SLP: At The Count by Broke For Free is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License
    Closing Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.
     
    Show Links
     
    Treatment of Articulation:
    http://www.sayitright.org/articulation/entireworldofr.html
    https://prakovic.edublogs.org/files/2015/10/rating-scales-2cmh21w.pdf
     
    The Informed SLP:
    https://www.theinformedslpmembers.com/reviews/transform-your-caseload-into-story-champs
    https://pubs.asha.org/doi/10.1044/2019_LSHSS-19-00082
     
    Should Grad Students Be Paid?
    https://work.chron.com/medical-intern-8070.html#:~:text=A%20medical%20intern%20is%20a,exposed%20to%20different%20medical%20specialties.
    https://work.chron.com/salary-doctor-internship-3262.html
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1495035/
    https://www.huffpost.com/entry/who-pays-for-resident-sal_b_12967008?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbS8&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAAFUnsvbVxhggS9x29G7JdOVtmFXHHDO_xPuLHyhZ8p6Xu63itUwIPiSInCINFxNBla2ISLQH31Ga_OtZ

    • 1 hr 20 min
    ASHA Election Results, Special Education, Covid, and Lawsuits, AAC as a Language

    ASHA Election Results, Special Education, Covid, and Lawsuits, AAC as a Language

    The show has been off the air for the past few weeks to allow for other voices to be heard on matters of significance.  We at Speech Science believe there is no room for racism and we will commit to do what we can to shed light and make changes in areas we can.  We condemn the murders of George Floyd and Breona Taylor and all those who are not named but are equally important.  We believe Black Lives Matter.    
      
    During this week’s show, Matt has finished his Medicaid Billing and has stumbled upon the Harley Quinn show on the DC Universe App.  Michelle has returned to work and plans a move across the country to Kansas.  Michael has been educating himself and those around him about the impact of Black Lives Matter.  On Discord, you can interact directly with Matt, Michael, and Michelle.
     
    On today’s show, we look at the yearly ASHA Elections results, making parents rescind their rights to waive liabilities, special education and the return in the fall, and ASHA’s response to Black Lives Matter and calls to end racism in our field. Also, is AAC another language?  What if this means we should be devoting upto 360 minutes per week to AAC development?  This week’s Informed SLP update, they look at the teach back method.  We also look at our SSPOD Shoutouts and Due Process.  The ASHA spotlight looks at the yearly ASHA Elections.  We also replace the Hot Take with a Hot Seat
     
    The Discord is up and ready for people to interact with the crew 24/7 with a new website, www.discord.speechsciencepodcast.com.
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    SSPOD Shoutout: Do you know an SLP who deserves a digital fist bump or shout out?  We want to know your #SSPODSHOUTOUT, which is recognition for someone doing something awesome somewhere.  Martin Addison is this week’s SSPOD Shoutout.  Martin passed away due to complications from COVID. Martin served his patients and this field as a dysphagia expert working with COVID Positive patients.      
     
    SSPOD Due Process:  Do you have a complaint or need to vent, then you want to participate in the #SSPODDUEPROCESS. 
     
    Article #1: In New Jersey, a district has asked parents to rescind their educational rights before offering future educational services, but is this legal?    
     
    Article #2: Should we be devoting more time to AAC as it could be considered a different language?  Foreign language students receive 360 minutes per week but why do AAC users only get 30? 
     
     
     
    The Informed SLP: Remember playing the game telephone as a kid? You sat around in a circle and whispered a phrase until it got to the last person who then said it out loud, usually completely unrelated to the original message. But now it’s time to forget what you learned on the playground and say that message out loud to make sure your partner hasn’t got it twisted. In fact, we highly encourage it.  
     
    ASHA Spotlight: ASHA Election Results  and their Black Lives Matter Response
     
    Contact
    Email: speechsciencepodcast@gmail.com
    Voicemail: (614) 681-1798
    Discord: https://discord.speechsciencepodcast.com
     
    New Episode and Interact here:
    www.speechsciencepodcast.com
    podcast.speechsciencepodcast.com
     
    Support
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    Rate and Review:
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    Credits
    Intro Music: Please Listen Carefully by Jahzzar is licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike License.
    Bump Music: County Fair Rock, copyright of John Deku, at soundcloud.com/dirtdogmusic
    The Informed SLP: At The Count by Broke For Free is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License
    Closing Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.
     
    Show Links
     
    The Informed SLP: https://www.theinformedslpmembers.

    • 49 min
    : Special Education in the Pandemic, Front-Line Freebies, ASHA Elections, and Dysphagia Updates

    : Special Education in the Pandemic, Front-Line Freebies, ASHA Elections, and Dysphagia Updates

    The group discusses what they would have done different in grad school and what they wish grad schools would have offered.  On the show this week, Mike has hit the digital wall with zoom meetings from morning till the afternoon.  Michelle has been using the ASHA education portal to take advantage of free CEUs and Matt wonders why the Learning Pass isn’t free all the time.    Matt ended his bowling season for the high school kids.  On Discord, you can interact directly with Matt, Michael, and Michelle and let them know how you are handling digital meetings all day.
     
    On today’s show, we look at the yearly ASHA Elections for vice-president for Finances of ASHA, offers to thank front line workers, and the potential to waive special education law. This week’s Informed SLP update, they at the difference between pharyngeal and esophageal stasis.  We also look at our SSPOD Shoutouts and Due Process.  The ASHA spotlight looks at the yearly ASHA Elections.  We also replace the Hot Take with a Hot Seat
     
    The Discord is up and ready for people to interact with the crew 24/7 with a new website, www.discord.speechsciencepodcast.com.
     ----more----
    SSPOD Shoutout: Do you know an SLP who deserves a digital fist bump or shout out?  We want to know your #SSPODSHOUTOUT, which is recognition for someone doing something awesome somewhere.  Ohio University AuD Graduate Kyle Rodgers was selected as an Officer Candidate for the Health Services Collegiate Program Medical Service Corps. On Monday, April 20th, 2020, Kyle swore the Oath of Enlistment to the United States Navy.      
     
    SSPOD Due Process:  Do you have a complaint or need to vent, then you want to participate in the #SSPODDUEPROCESS. 
     
    Article #1:  Front-line workers put themselves on the line, what are businesses offering as a thank you?    
     
    Article #2: Betsy Davos tells congress to keep special education law in place during the pandemic, do you agree? 
     
     
     
    The Informed SLP: We’ve all been there…felt the sensation of something ‘going down the wrong way.’ In fact, it’s pretty easy to tell when it happens. But what about when food ‘sticks’ in a persons’ throat? 
     
    ASHA Spotlight: ASHA Elections. 
     
    Contact
    Email: speechsciencepodcast@gmail.com
    Voicemail: (614) 681-1798
    Discord: https://discord.speechsciencepodcast.com
     
    New Episode and Interact here:
    www.speechsciencepodcast.com
    podcast.speechsciencepodcast.com
     
    Support
    Patreon – https://www.patreon.com/speechsciencepodcast
     
    Rate and Review:
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    Credits
    Intro Music: Please Listen Carefully by Jahzzar is licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike License.
    Bump Music: County Fair Rock, copyright of John Deku, at soundcloud.com/dirtdogmusic
    The Informed SLP: At The Count by Broke For Free is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License
    Closing Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.
     
    Show Links
     
    The Informed SLP: I’ve misplaced my bolus! Pharyngeal versus esophageal stasis
    The Informed SLP review: https://www.theinformedslpmembers.com/reviews-adults/ive-misplaced-my-bolus-pharyngeal-versus-esophageal-stasis
    Marvin, S., Thibeault, S. (2020) Pharyngeal versus esophageal stasis: accuracy of symptom localization. American Journal of Speech Language Pathology. https://doi.org/10.1044/2019_AJSLP-19-00161
    Join The Informed SLP! http://www.theinformedslpmembers.com/
     
     
     
     
    Health-Care Freebies
    https://www.retailmenot.com/blog/deals-for-front-line-health-care-workers.html?fbclid=IwAR1aPufSrRy-7_1LLVNJDd7k2TmxiKnO8VBGzjiix2SGfHNg04yupnnqHrM
     
    https://www.registerednursing.org/nurse-freebies-covid-19/?fbclid=IwAR1u-DBLQmENeRr4BEUhd0HR4mjDegadJpcgm_lc4D7d

    • 1 hr 5 min

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