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Welcome to Pod To PD where you have free audio access to 30-minute course excerpts created by experts in special education, speech-language pathology, augmentative and alternative communication (AAC), Autism, psychology, and more!

    What I Wish I Knew Before Starting My Career As A SNF-Based SLP

    What I Wish I Knew Before Starting My Career As A SNF-Based SLP

    From the first steps to securing a job, to the basics of counseling, how to prevent burn-out and knowing federal regulations that pertain to the SNF, this course covers all of the information we wish we had known going into our first jobs. This episode is an excerpt of an XED course which was originally offered as a free live webinar during the SLP2B Conference, February 2019.

    • 32 min
    Top 5 FREE and Low Cost Electronic Resources for New SLPs: Think Like a Pro

    Top 5 FREE and Low Cost Electronic Resources for New SLPs: Think Like a Pro

    Day 1 of any new job or Clinical Fellowship can be overwhelming. But what if you had 5 resources you could access quickly to ease the anxiety no matter the setting? Learners will explore a free goal-writing resource for children and adults, make a custom material with an online resource that’s only $3 a month, and explore a tool to address dysphagia on the iPad for only $14.99. Writing SOAP notes to keep in line with Medicaid and insurance standards is made easier with knowing short cuts from several ASHA resources; learn how to stay ethical in note writing and sound like a pro. New and seasoned SLPs will be treated to new perspectives and resources to make your work life a little easier. This episode is an excerpt of an XED course which was originally offered as a free live webinar during the SLP2B Conference, February 2019.

    • 32 min
    Things I Wish I Knew Before My School-Based CF

    Things I Wish I Knew Before My School-Based CF

    This course is designed for speech-language pathologists who are going to begin working in the school setting. The presenter will discuss strategies for working with teams, setting up the speech room, scheduling, and caseload management, in addition to providing a list of resources to start your career in the schools off right. This episode is an excerpt of an XED course which was originally offered as a free live webinar during the SLP2B Conference, February 2019.

    • 33 min
    Maximize Your CFY

    Maximize Your CFY

    Identify and achieve your personal goals during your Clinical Fellowship Year. A dynamic panel of presenters shares insights and strategies to maximize the valuable learning and mentorship opportunities. Tips include mentoring goals, session management, activities, stress management, and more. Panelists: Sarie Wu (recent graduate), Katie Millican (graduate student coach), Summer Loehr (B-Type SLP blogger), and Dr. Erik X. Raj (college professor), moderated by Mai Ling Chan. This episode is an excerpt of an XED course which was originally offered as a free live webinar during the SLP2B Conference, February 2019.

    • 32 min
    ABCs of AAC

    ABCs of AAC

    New to augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) and don’t know where to begin? This course is designed to introduce key terminology, technology, and ideology, in order to establish a solid foundation of AAC. AAC experts, Rachel Madel and Chris Bugaj (hosts of the Talking With Tech Podcast) share their tips and strategies. This episode is an excerpt of an XED course which was originally offered as a free live webinar during the SLP2B Conference, February 2019.

    • 32 min
    Using Songboards to Support Communication: Focused on AAC

    Using Songboards to Support Communication: Focused on AAC

    This course offers new strategies for accessing songs, and for using songs to support learning. The focus of this webinar will be on: independence, interaction, and important goals with special strategies for students who use AAC. This episode is an excerpt of an XED course which was originally offered as a free live webinar during the Special Apps Update Conference, April 2018.

    • 32 min

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