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Join Speech-Language Pathologist: Michelle Dawson, MS, CCC-SLP, CLC for First Bite - Fed, Fun and Functional Resources for the Pediatric SLP. Each episode is available for .1 ASHA CEUs through SpeechTherapyPD.com. If you're a SLP who has more questions than answers when it comes to treating your medically complex/fragile pediatric patients, this podcast is for you! Michelle offers her own unique insights and interviews colleagues that are experts in their respective fields with the goal of i ...
 
Welcome to SpeechGoods, a no fluff real talk speech therapy podcast. Here we talk with real SLPs about real SLP life. Here the fluff is saved for the marshmallows and we aim for full transparency. We talk private practice, CF experiences, student loans, financial management, money and more. Danni showcases real professionals out in the field does amazing things and how they got there. Success isn't easy. Life isn't easy. Being and SLP isn't easy. But through your own determination and the wi ...
 
Volcanoes. Trees. Drunk butterflies. Mars missions. Slug sex. Death. Beauty standards. Anxiety busters. Beer science. Bee drama. Take away a pocket full of science knowledge and charming, bizarre stories about what fuels these professional -ologists' obsessions. Humorist and science correspondent Alie Ward asks smart people stupid questions and the answers might change your life.
 
The SLP Now Podcast is your go-to resource for practical speech-language pathology tips. Through this podcast, you'll hear directly from Marisha Mets, a school-based SLP turned research nerd. She’ll be joined by expert guests to answer your biggest questions. Submit your questions at slpnow.com/ask. Each episode is worth .1 ASHA CEUs upon completion of the PodCourse through SpeechTherapyPD.com.
 
Welcome to the All About Kids Podcast brought to you by All About Kids (@aaakcares), the leading provider of children’s therapeutic and educational services in New York. This podcast will dive deep into discussions on children’s developmental needs and the stories of parents and other adults who have dealt with developmental disorders. Each conversation on this show is an extension of our mission: to create a world where all children have access to intervention allowing them to live a full a ...
 
On this podcast, we interview voice and bodywork professionals to provide helpful information for overall health and optimal function of the voice. We interview SLPs, Otolaryngologists, Manual Therapists, Body Oriented Psychotherapists, Health Coaches, Fitness Instructors, Broadway Performers, Opera singers, Singer/Songwriters, Voice Teachers, Composers, Company Managers, Sports Broadcasters, and more. It is our mission to educate the professional voice user and provide knowledgable, creativ ...
 
As a parent, you want to know you’re doing the right things to help your kids grow up to be healthy, successful, well-adjusted people who lead productive lives and make an impact on the world. But what if you could raise your kids to be independent and self-sufficient without sacrificing your own ambitions, sense of identity, and sanity? Listen in as Dr. Karen shares insights for parents and kids with diverse learning needs and family structures through her own experiences and guest intervie ...
 
Life is messy, hard and oftentimes hilarious. It is a constant balance between managing the chaos and trying to keep the calm somewhere in the mix. We are all pulled a million directions and need our people to lean on. Amy, Brittany and Katie are three best friends who lovingly refer to each other as “The Council.” When they need advice, a reality check, or someone to listen, they go to their Council; each other. They are three pediatric speech-language pathologists, parents, women, and best ...
 
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The Mom Room

Renee Reina & Podcast Nation

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Educate, Inspire, and of course, Entertain! This is the goal for every episode of The Mom Room podcast. Your new mom friend, Renee Reina, says what every mom is thinking but doesn't want to say out loud. From the good, to the bad, to the outright ugly, Renee finds the humour and relatability in everything about being a mom. If you’ve read the mom books (or haven’t read any), have been to the parenting classes (or roll your eyes at them), but you’re still secretly wondering, "can I fix my bab ...
 
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SLP Nerdcast

Kate Grandbois, MS, CCC-SLP, BCBA, LABA; Amy Wonkka, MA, CCC-SLP.

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SLP Nerdcast offers ASHA CEUs through “podcast learning.” We discuss clinical issues and best practices relevant to speech and language pathologists. We review resources and literature while trying to not bore you to tears. Who are we? We are two speech language pathologists (one dually certified BCBA) who met several years ago and became kindred spirits in nerdiness and sci-fi fantasy books - but that’s a topic for a different podcast. We enjoy reading, thinking, and discussing speech langu ...
 
Nourishing personal and professional harmony through mindfulness. Discover how to create a better balance as a therapist through practical, everyday mindful activities. Hear about current trends in the field of Speech and Language Pathology, learn how to incorporate holistic practices into your therapy sessions, and explore mindfulness with a community of like-minded therapists. We deserve harmony and joy- let's get it. Let's grow together!
 
Spill the OT Podcast is a judgement-free zone to spill all of the tea about OT, PT, and SLP. We talk to REAL therapists out in the field to learn about the ups, downs, and everything in between. No topics are off limits! Let's chat salary, medicare, student loans, the good, the bad, all things therapy. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/spilltheot/support
 
This podcast is a designed as a way to stay in touch with the Communication Sciences and Disorders department at UW-Eau Claire, and as a medium to discuss issues related to our field on a local level, as well as a state, national and international level. Most podcasts will contain interviews with students, faculty, SLP experts in the field as well as consumers who participate in speech-language pathology services.
 
Stay connected to what’s happening in the world of speech-language pathology! Daily tips, news, and updates to keep you in the loop and ready to tackle your day! Speech-Language Pathologist Carrie Clark hosts the show along with her guest correspondents, including research correspondent Dr. Meredith P Harold. Come hang out with us each morning for bite-size nuggets of SLP goodness!
 
You are "Listening in on LEEP" Forward Pediatric Development Clinic and therapeutic preschool and transitional kindergarten team of experts talking about topics parents and teachers care about. LEEP Forward has experts in the fields of Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language Pathology, Social Work, Developmental Therapy and Early Intervention.
 
How do you make an emotional connection with your audience? It's done through the power of your natural voice. This is "the Podcaster's Guide to a Visible Voice", a podcast for podcasters who want to reach their full potential. Be more confident to share your authentic voice through bite-sized episodes on voice coaching and podcasting tips. You'll discover what it takes to be a powerful podcaster with your host Mary Chan, as she share techniques, mindset shifts, and go beyond the typical how ...
 
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FOXcast SLP

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FOX Rehabilitation

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FOXcast SLP: a podcast for clinicians made by clinicians. It’s brought to you by FOX Rehabilitation. Find out more at foxrehab.org. The purpose of our show is to have professional conversations about SLP for older adults. (Tim Fox, PT, DPT, GCS | License #40QA00702100 | 7 Carnegie Plaza Cherry Hill, NJ 08003 | 877-407-3422)
 
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FOXcast OT

FOX Rehabilitation

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FOXcast OT: the podcast for clinicians made by clinicians. It’s brought to you by FOX Rehabilitation. Find out more at foxrehab.org. The purpose of our show is to have professional conversations about OT for older adults. (Tim Fox, PT, DPT, GCS | License #40QA00702100 | 7 Carnegie Plaza Cherry Hill, NJ 08003 | 877-407-3422)
 
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FOX Rehabilitation

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FOXcast PT: the podcast for clinicians made by clinicians. It’s brought to you by FOX Rehabilitation. Find out more at foxrehab.org. The purpose of our show is to have professional conversations about PT for older adults. (Tim Fox, PT, DPT, GCS | License #40QA00702100 | 7 Carnegie Plaza Cherry Hill, NJ 08003 | 877-407-3422)
 
Join Isaiah Sterling, a passionate lifelong learner as he takes educators on a journey into what the heart of education should encompass. Sterling believes that student voice is crucial to the implementation of all educational practices. He asserts that students possess the knowledge to solve more than just math problems. Student voice is one of the final keys needed to unlock the mysteries of true school success. This podcast is inspired by the work of Rebecca Coda and Rick Jetter, Let Them ...
 
HouseCall with Dr. Mac was created in 2014 with the goal of helping individuals connect their health dots. This means that we wanted to create an inviting space where people could share their stories, hear from Healthcare Providers and help the members of the community become integral parts of their healthcare team. Please visit us at housecallwithdrmac.com and join the HouseCall chat so you don't miss any updates!
 
Welcome to Evidence to Excellence: News in Neuroplasticity and Rehab powered by The Recovery Project. We want to personally welcome and thank you for joining us. The Evidence to Excellence: News in Neuroplasticity and Rehab Podcast is designed to keep you updated on what’s new in research and evidence in the neuro rehabilitation world.
 
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You asked, and we listened. Research tells us that as SLPs we rely heavily on standardized assessments, even though the samples are often biased. Not to mention, our complex learners are not represented in these samples. Standardized tests are not designed to measure individual changes in functional communication, so when we use them in assessments…
 
If you're supporting kids who need help with executive functioning, academic skills, and language, it can be hard to figure out exactly how to intervene. For parents, it can be overwhelming; and for professionals (like SLPs, teachers, and other professionals), it can be a challenge to figure out who is working on what skills. That's why in this epi…
 
Rachel Dorsey is an Autistic SLP in private practice, a consultant, and the creator of a new Learn Play Thrive course, Goal Writing for Autistic Students: A Neurodiversity-Affirming Approach. In episode 35, we cover the basics of the neurodiversity paradigm and why and how to write strengths-based goals. Rachel also gives us the inside scoop on her…
 
They dance. They flirt. They will steal your heart. They are spiders. Jumping spiders, specifically, and impassioned spider scientist Dr. Sebastian Echeverri is on board to tell you all about their sexy dances. How far can a jumping spider jump? What makes a good spider dancer? Why are they so cute? Can you sample their mating drumming and make a s…
 
Guest: Sucheta Kamath - As SLP’s, we tend to focus on our specific area of expertise; language or speech production or cognition, for example. However, our guest on the show today, the wonderful Sucheta Kamath, believes that this lack of a big picture perspective is problematic and that there is a better way to do things. Sucheta has focused her ca…
 
EP134. Dr. Sarah Lee is a family, maternity, and addiction medicine physician. In this episode Renee and Dr. Sarah chat about what wine culture is, what safe and unsafe drinking looks like, how alcohol specifically effects females (in general, and while pregnant or breastfeeding), why North America practices abstinence in pregnancy while other area…
 
This month, Monica and I are diving into all things phonological awareness. In Episode 98, we did a quick review of what phonological awareness is, and we're going to spend the rest of the month talking about goals, assessment, and treatment ideas. Help us make the podcast even better! Click here to share your feedback. https://airtable.com/shrOG7H…
 
In this episode, Danni goes solo to talk about the oh so important topic, Credit Cards So I absolutely felt compelled to discuss a topic of credit cards. Credit cards are such a Hot Topic in the financial world and everyone loves to argue about them while foaming at the mouth winning their fingers and getting red in the face. This will be a healthy…
 
When you're podcasting, you're always learning. There's always something new to try or new conversations to be had. This learning is a journey of practice and how we don't have to take things so seriously, especially in podcasting when it's meant to be fun. This fun practice means we get to record many episodes, sometimes week in and week out. When…
 
Get .1 ASHA CEU here Episode Summary A wise Nerd once said “Stuttering doesn’t happen in a vacuum”, and neither should our stuttering therapy. That wise “stutter nerd” is Nina Reeves and she is back on the mic for this week’s episode sharing some straight talk about the how and why of involving the whole village in intervention for students who stu…
 
EP133. After not sleeping well for a few weeks, Renee became obsessed with sleep! Not getting sleep completely ruins your days and Renee was on a mission to improve her sleep habits. In this episode she shares some fascinating things she learned after diving into some sleep podcasts and research! Also, she shares what has helped her get better ZzZ'…
 
In episode 29 of the Are they 18 yet?™ podcast, I did part 3 of a 3-part series on literacy (you can find parts 1 and 2 in episodes 27 and 28.) Since the influx of technology, a lot of us are left wondering how this will impact our children's learning; especially their reading and writing skills. ✅That's why I discussed the following in this episod…
 
Guest: Erin Forward, MSP, CCC-SLP, CLC - This is our 164th episode and until now we have not had an episode dedicated to our backstory, and some of the silly things that also make up who we are, so we decided to spend today answering some of your questions and helping our audience getting to know us a little better! We still find some time for some…
 
PART 2: The stunning conclusion of a 3-hour gab session about frickin' bats with America's favorite chiropterologist, Dr. Merlin Tuttle. Learn about bat conversations, their close friendships, surprising dongs, where they keep their nipples, how to go bat spotting after the sun sets, more myths and misconceptions about bat danger, perhaps the gross…
 
“People fear most what they understand least." Words of wisdom from explorer/American treasure/bat expert, Dr. Merlin Tuttle. As your internet dad/host takes care of her surgically recuperating husband this week, we revisit her visit to Austin. In 2019, Alie headed to the bat capital and sat down with the legendary chiropterologist to discuss wild …
 
This time, I sit down with Jennifer Cody, an occupational therapist with over a decade of experience, and the OT & PT Supervisor at All About Kids. This is episode is the second of a two-part series on sensory diets. In this episode, Jenn walks me through how to implement sensory diets in an increasingly digital world, what to do if you are in need…
 
EP132. Sophie Brickman is a writer, reporter, and editor whose new book, Baby Unplugged, explores how technology infiltrates every aspect of raising children. Renee and Sophie chat about smart socks for infants, virtual villages, baby paparazzi (i.e., parents with smart phones), smart toys, and e-books vs. print books. RENEE REINA Instagram: @themo…
 
This month, Monica and I are diving into all things phonological awareness. In Episode 98, we did a quick review of what phonological awareness is, and we're going to spend the rest of the month talking about goals, assessment, and treatment ideas. Help us make the podcast even better! Click here to share your feedback. https://airtable.com/shrOG7H…
 
In this extended length episode, Amy, Brittany, and Joyner discuss some quirky interests that they each have. This fun episode is unrelated to Speech Pathology and is just pure laughs, recalling humorous memories (wet willy, anyone?), and overall just questioning why certain topics or interests light fires in some people and do absolutely nothing f…
 
Dr. Priya Mistry graduated with honors from University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry in 2007 and has been helping her patients smile with confidence since then. During this time, she has enjoyed working with a large variety of people - different ages, cultures and various social backgrounds. Through it all, Dr. Mistry has main…
 
In this episode, we have Amirra Condelee OTD, OTR/L. Dr. Amirra Condelee OTD, OTR/L is an Arizona-based healthcare blogger, content creator, and pediatric occupational therapist dedicated to helping fellow OTs grow in OT, faith, and finance. Amirra is passionate about two areas: financial empowerment for healthcare professionals & helping little mi…
 
Get .1 ASHA CEU here Episode Summary Wouldn’t it be cool if you could find a job that beautifully married your career and your favorite hobby? Lucky for all of us, this week’s Nerdcast guest has managed to nail this amazing mash-up and maximizes client outcomes in the process. Jenna Muri-Rosenthal is an SLP, brian injury specialist, certified Level…
 
EP131. Rest. Why do we feel guilty when we do it? Why do we think we don't need it? Why do we think some people are more deserving of it than others? Renee shares why rest is difficult for her and what she's doing to be better at it! RENEE REINA Instagram: @themomroompodcast | @reneereina_ The Mom Room Shop www.themomroompodcast.com TikTok: @reneer…
 
Figuring out how to help kids learn to spell can be confusing. If you've ever helped one of your kids or students spell a word, only to have them forget what you taught them the next day, you know what I mean. The challenge is that if kids don't automatically catch on to reading skills, they get further and further behind as the years go on. That m…
 
Rachel Coley is an OT and mom of three kids, one of whom is autistic. She’s also the founder of CanDo Kiddo, where she gives strengths-based strategies for supporting infant development. In this episode Rachel and I talk about how her OT practice has grown and changed to embrace a neurodiversity-affirming, strengths-based approach. We dive into wha…
 
EP130. Jessica Diamond, MPH, RDN is a renowned dietitian nutritionist that specializes in maternal, infant and child nutrition and parent coaching. She is the co-founder of Meaning Full Living and co-host of the Meaning Full Living podcast. In this episode Jessica and Renee chat about why "best practices" shouldn't be generalized to every situation…
 
This month, Monica and I are talking about phonological awareness and sharing our experiences. This topic was highly requested by many of our SLP Now members so in this episode, you'll learn about different activities and what this would look like in therapy. Help us make the podcast even better! Click here to share your feedback. https://airtable.…
 
Crows have funerals? CROWS HAVE FUNERALS. The inky black bird with the big brain warns and maybe mourns around their fallen friends and Dr. Kaeli Swift is here to tell us all about it. As an avid wildlife researcher and corvid specialist, she's observed death behaviors that will shock you to your bones and ruffle your hackles -- while somehow also …
 
Welcome back to the show! I'm so excited to be back after a nice, long summer break. Did you take a break as well on your podcast? I hope so. I hope you had time to reflect and really examine what you've been doing with your own podcast and making some tweaks along the way just like I was mentioning in the previous episode. It's time to continue on…
 
In this episode, we have Emily Byrd, M.S. CCC-SLP. Emily is a full-time speech-language pathologist in south Florida. She works as an independent contractor and currently services pre-k through fifth grade. She is the owner of Emily B Speech, and creates apparel and accessories for speech-language pathologists, grad students, and SLPAs. Emily also …
 
Get .1 ASHA CEU here Episode Summary Selective mutism: the mystery that we hear about in graduate school but most of us don’t quite know a lot about. How can we better support students with selective mutism? What is our role as SLPs on the team? What accommodations do we need to consider in a school environment? How do we communicate and work with …
 
Happy October! We are trying out something new - at the beginning of each month we will publish a brief preview of podcast episodes and courses to come. Let’s take a look at what’s coming in the month of October! October 3rd, 2021 Podcast Course: Unlocking the Mystery of Selective Mutism with Dr. Aimee Kotrba. In this episode we review the role of …
 
EP129. We hear a lot about self-compassion but, we hear nothing about "relationship compassion". Having compassion for the relationship you have with your significant other. Having children is a major life transition and many couples find that their relationship changes drastically post-baby. We compare our relationship to other couples we see on s…
 
With all the technology and texting kids are doing these days, I often find myself wondering if kids are getting enough "good" practice with spelling and reading skills. Based on social rules, texts often don't have to be written with "correct" grammar and spelling. Since a lot of the kids I've worked (who have diagnoses like dyslexia or developmen…
 
Grab your fire extinguisher and hang on to your eyebrows, we’re building FIRES today. Now, this is pyrotechnology in the anthropological sense; the kind covered in hair metal concert venue liability insurance will have to wait for another day, no no, these are the kind your ancestors made. Get ready for sharp rocks, hairy jello, sooty caves, glowin…
 
EP128. Jemma Rane has been helping people develop insight, shift their mindset and, increase self-worth in order to improve well-being and experience greater fulfillment. In this episode, Renee and Jemma chat about the importance of emotional intimacy, romantic attachment and, why it is women that initiate over 80% of divorces. RENEE REINA Instagra…
 
This month, we have Monica Lind joining us to talk about all things evidence-based practice. In Episode 94, we spoke about the EBP triangle. For the rest of the month, we'll dive into the different parts of the triangle. Help us make the podcast even better! Click here to share your feedback. https://airtable.com/shrOG7HXAXP7m2rz5…
 
Get .1 ASHA CEU here Episode Summary In this week’s episode Uri Schneider teachers us about the importance of approaching therapy with what works for our clients, not what works for us. He reminds us how important it is to bring humanity back into our therapy rooms, and to lead with one of the most important therapy tools we have: our ability to ca…
 
In this episode, we have Ebony Green M.S., CCC-SLP. Ebony has a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Austin and a Master’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Northern Arizona University. She is the owner of CASA Speech Therapy, LLC and provides contracted speech therapy and occupational therapy services in public schoo…
 
EP127. After posting about her son going to daycare in pyjamas (because he didn't want to put clothes on), Renee recieved an honest question from a follower. The question was "how do you know the difference between your child getting their way and not respecting your boundaries vs. you just respecting their choices and choosing not to fight this ba…
 
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