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Supporting neurodiverse children can be both rewarding and confusing. Holly Blanc Moses shares her strategies to support children diagnosed with ADHD and/or Autism. If you want to learn more about emotional health, behavior, social interaction and academics, this podcast is for you.
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A speech and language podcast to motivate and inspire school-based SLPs. Just the tips, strategies, and low prep therapy ideas you need to walk into your therapy room with confidence and plan with ease. Learn and hear stories from an SLP in the trenches just like you!
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The Speech Space Podcast

Jessica Cassity, M.S., CCC-SLP

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Looking for some fresh ideas for your speech therapy sessions? The Speech Space podcast is a podcast full of tips and resources for speech-language pathologists working in the schools or private practice.
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SLP Solution Morning Show

Carrie Clark, CCC-SLP

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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!
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Talking Teletherapy is a limited weekly webinar series and podcast. The hosts and guests dissect the ins and outs of teletherapy for Speech-Language Pathologists. Each episode dives into new topics with expert guests to help equip therapists with all the skills needed to succeed in this rapidly changing environment. Each Talking Teletherapy webinar is registered for .1 ASHA CEU and free for basic and professional subscribers of SpeechTherapyPD.com
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I understand the challenges of societal norms pressuring neurodivergent children to conform to traditional friendship standards. It's important to embrace a more inclusive understanding that values each child's unique needs and preferences. In this episode, I share insights on how we can help neurodivergent children identify their social styles and…
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Hey there, SLPs! Today, we're going to delve deep into the realm of therapy goals and standardized testing now. Standardized testing is a necessary component of the process, let's face it, but that doesn't mean our treatment objectives have to follow their lead. We're going to reveal how to use those test results to inform relevant, doable objectiv…
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Welcome to another episode of The Autism ADHD Podcast! Today, we're diving deep into the concept of brain shame. Dr. Catherine Mutti-Driscoll, Autistic/ADHD, shares her personal journey and insights on how brain shame affects neurodivergent kids and teens. We discuss how executive function challenges can lead to feelings of inadequacy and shame, es…
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In this episode, I discuss mental health basics for SLPs and their students and clients. I share why I’m passionate about this topic, and why I decided to focus on it in this episode. I talk about the variety of mental health crisis lines that are available, and encourage listeners to use them if needed. I also share basic information about common …
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Hallie talks about how to use Blooket in your speech therapy sessions. Hey there, SLPs! Get ready for a jolt of inspiration in this episode of SLP Coffee Talk. Join Hallie as she spills the beans on her all-time favorite free tool for speech therapy - Blooket! Discover how this interactive platform can turn learning into a game and keep your older …
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It's an honor to interview Pete Wright. Pete has been practicing law in the area of special education since 1978, and he and his wife are the founders of Wrightslaw. In today's episode, Pete and I chat about his own personal story and why he became involved in special education law. He also answers 9 frequently asked questions about education right…
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Effective reading instruction strategies for older students with Sara of Stellar Teacher Company Hi, fellow SLPs! In today’s episode, Hallie features Sara Marye, an accomplished educator, the CEO of The Stellar Teacher Company, and the creator/host of the Stellar Teacher Podcast. Together, we delve into advanced reading instruction strategies while…
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Check out this classic episode, in which Kim Holtmann and I chat about what helpful information neurotypical kids would like to share with their teachers. We cover so much goodness in this episode, including communication, learning, and behavior! ❤️ Holly Blanc Moses - The Mom/Neurodivergent Therapist ATTENTION THERAPISTS - Click here to get on the…
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This episode discusses the importance of hearing care and protection. I review the concept of decibels and the difference between sound intensity and sound loudness, and talk about how excessive noise exposure damages our hearing. I focus on how to educate students and clients about hearing protection, and share some hearing protection tips for a v…
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Hi, fellow SLPs! In today’s episode, Hallie explores the benefits of role-playing in speech therapy to enhance vocational communication skills. Discover the practical strategies for SLPs to create realistic role-playing scenarios that prepare students for the workforce by developing language skills essential for professional success. Tailored for s…
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Holly Moses and Kirk Martin discuss parenting strategies for neurodivergent children, emphasizing the importance of recognizing and accepting individuality. They highlight the need to challenge societal stigmas and foster self-acceptance and self-advocacy in children. They also discuss anxiety and emotional resilience, normalizing these emotions an…
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Why connecting with middle and high school students increases motivation and participation? Hey there, fellow SLPs! In this episode, Hallie chats with speech-language pathologists Matt and Margarita to share their innovative strategies for engaging teen learners. Hear about innovative ways to weave student interests into therapy sessions, from comi…
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Feeding and GI challenges are not only more likely to occur in autistic children but also can negatively impact behavior. We are covering identifying these medical needs and treatment considerations. Whether you are a parent, therapist or educator, you'll get so much value from this episode:) ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Neurodivergent Therapist ATTENTION THE…
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In this episode of SLP Coffee Talk, Hallie Sherman shares a powerful tool for improving therapy practices: Tar Heel Reader. Get ready to unlock a world of free, accessible books that will enhance literacy, comprehension, articulation, expressive language, and social skills. Learn how to make learning fun, increase vocabulary, and captivate your kid…
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Making decisions about medication for a child can bring up so many feelings and fears. I KNOW! In today's episode, I share our experience with our son's journey with ADHD medication and my own. Whether you are a parent, therapist or educator, you'll get so much value from this episode:) ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Neurodivergent Therapist ATTENTION THERAPIST…
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This episode is about neurodiversity-affirming speech therapy. I review the basic terminology of the neurodiversity paradigm, and explain what inspired the creation of this episode. I acknowledge the concerns that some SLPs have about the neurodiversity movement, and share why I’m excited to be a neurodiversity-affirming SLP. I also offer my favori…
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In the latest episode of SLP Coffee Talk, Hallie Sherman serves up a steamy brew of fresh ideas to rejuvenate your speech-language therapy sessions. Saying goodbye to the yawns and hello to sessions that are as enjoyable as they are educational. Hallie provides practical examples of how to adapt popular board games to meet various speech and langua…
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There is a question that parents and professionals often ask me - Is it on purpose or is it a difference in neurology? We often want to know the reason why children behave the way they do because it helps us know how to respond. Join Elaine Taylor-Klaus and I as we talk about the answer to the BIG BEHAVIOR question when it comes to neurodivergent k…
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Do you find AAC overwhelming? You aren’t alone! No need to worry though, because in this episode of SLP Coffee Talk, I sat down with Cici Fritts and Candace Hayden. They are experts in all things technology and AAC for our speech students and they are here to help you understand how to best help your students with their communication through AAC. T…
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Rebroadcast Amanda Diekman, autistic parenting coach, joins us today to talk about low demand parenting. We cover so much in this important episode such as - *Identifying hard and harder *Autistic burnout *Building trust and connection *Low demand versus no demand *Being a safe parent and educator *Preparing children for the future *Mental health a…
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This episode is about using music to support speech and language skills in our speech therapy sessions. I introduce some of the research that supports connections between music and learning, and then provide a variety of practical ideas for how to use music in speech therapy with both older and younger students. The episode concludes with a brief e…
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Do you struggle sometimes talking to parents and navigating the whole IEP process with parents? If so, you are going to love today’s guest on SLP Coffee Talk! I sat down with Wendy Taylor to talk all about how you can better help parents when it comes to IEPs. Topics covered in this episode include: The biggest challenges parents face in the IEP pr…
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Thanks for joining me today:) In this episode, Audrey and I are chatting about neurodivergent students and higher education. We are covering information on transitions, considerations when choosing a college, supports and MORE! ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Neurodivergent Therapist CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide…
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Are you familiar with trauma-informed care? In this episode of SLP Coffee Talk, I sat down with Rachel Archambault, the PTSD SLP, to talk all about trauma-informed care for our speech students. You don’t have to be a trauma detective to support your students who have experienced trauma, you just have to offer them a safe space, and Rachel is tellin…
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Thanks for joining me today:) In this episode, Dr. Julia Schechter and I are chatting about ADHD in girls and women. As a woman with ADHD, I know how important it is to understand that signficant impact of ADHD on everyday life. We are covering the information you need to know such as - The differences between girls & boys with ADHD Identifying ADH…
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This episode is about ideas for spring-themed speech therapy sessions. I discuss how to use nature in spring-themed speech therapy sessions, including observing the weather, going on nature walks, and planting seeds. I include options for adapting these ideas for different contexts, including teletherapy. I also share spring-themed picture book rec…
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Let’s talk about one of my favorite tools to use in my speech room- videos! Videos are motivating, require zero prep, and can easily adapt to any goal. In this episode of SLP Coffee Talk, I’m sharing how you can use this versatile resource to target vocabulary goals. Topics covered in this episode include: My favorite videos and resources to work o…
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Thanks for joining me today:) In this episode, Kelley Coleman and I are chatting about her new book - Everything No One Tells You About Parenting a Disabled Child. We are covering SO much goodness. Some of the topics we are covering are - Parenting versus caregiving Resources Inclusivity Ableism Visible and non-visible disabilities Acceptance Finan…
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Do your students love technology like mine do? If so, you’re going to love today’s guest on SLP Coffee Talk! I sat down with Gareth Walkom from withVR. He’s here to share what he does with VR and how it can benefit our speech therapy students! Topics covered in this episode include: The real-life challenges that this tool can help your students ove…
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Thanks for joining me today:) In this episode, Dr. Casey Ehrlich and I are chatting about Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA), neurodivergent kids and parenting. Specifically, we are covering physiological reactions, parenting stress, misconceptions, creating boundaries and parenting peace. Don't miss this episode! ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Wh…
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This episode focuses on the important role that SLPs can play in helping their students and clients feel safe and ready to learn. I review basic information about trauma, and then cover topics related to trauma-informed speech therapy. The episode includes an explanation of the principles of trauma-informed care, and practical suggestions for how t…
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Looking for ways to get your students more involved, more engaged, and seeing more results? You have to try interest-based therapy! Many of us struggle with keeping our students engaged and motivated- especially our older ones. So instead of fighting the fight and trying to get them to engage in the activities you choose, how about we flip the scri…
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Thanks for joining me today:) In this episode, I'm talking about a BIG topic - internalized ableism. It's time to have open conversations about the negative impact it has on the mental health of neurodivergent children. Don't miss this episode! ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guid…
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Looking for tips on doing diagnostic assessments on students who speak different languages? In this episode of SLP Coffee Talk, I sat down with Puja and Prabhu to talk about diagnostic assessments of students speaking South Asian languages. They’re sharing tools and tips for us to better serve our students who speak these languages. Topics covered …
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Thanks for joining me today:) In this episode, Chelsea Luker (Autistic/ADHDer/Psychologist) and I talk about finding your flock, self-awareness, sensory needs, and social connection. Don't miss this episode! ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide, and MORE! Learn mo…
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This episode discusses how to be an anti-ableist SLP. In the episode, I talk about the importance of recognizing ableism's influence, and then actively pushing back against it by using inclusive language, being thoughtful about our goal choices, supporting accessibility for disabled SLPs, and addressing ableist microaggressions. Go here to access t…
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Let’s talk comprehensive literacy and AAC! In this episode of SLP Coffee Talk, I sat down with Amanda Soper who is an AAC expert, particularly when it comes to literacy and vision-impaired students. She’s here to discuss comprehensive literacy and how we can utilize robust AAC vocabulary to help our students reach their reading goals. Topics covere…
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Thanks for joining me today! In this episode, I break down information on functional behavior assessments (FBA). You'll hear about why conducting these assessments is important, what information to include and what to expect:) ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide,…
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I can't believe it is already Valentine's Day week! You're probably looking for some activities you can do to incorporate the Valentine's Day theme without acquiring a ton of prep, without being too cutesy and mushy, and that doesn't require any money. Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered! I'm sharing 3 free and fun activities you can use with your sp…
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Thanks for joining me today! In this episode, Julia and I talk about sensory differences in neurodivergent kids and how we can help support them in the classroom and in the community:) ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide, and MORE! Learn more about Holly's privat…
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This episode is all about new perspectives on stuttering and it's the second half of a 2-part series. Make sure to listen to part one first so it all comes together. In this episode, I address topics like stuttering gain, concepts of stutter-affirming therapy, key elements of effective self-disclosure, and intersectionality. The show notes from thi…
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As SLPs, the relationship between grad students and supervisors is so important for the success of the new SLP. In this episode of SLP Coffee Talk, I sat down with two SLPs, Kathleen and Shelby, to talk about their supervisor-grad student relationship. They share their best tips for new grad students and supervisors so that they can all build stron…
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Thanks for joining me today! In this episode, I identify 14 must-know areas of self-advocacy, provide examples and strategies on how to teach them. Why is this important? Lots of reasons. Self-advocacy can not only help support a child's needs but also their mental health and independence. You're going to LOVE this episode. ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psycho…
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Have you ever thought about using music in speech therapy? You are going to love this episode! I sat down with Kevin Simmons, AKA The Singing SLP, to talk all about how we can incorporate music and singing into our speech therapy sessions to help our students reach their goals in a fun and interactive way. Topics covered in this episode include: Ho…
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Join Amanda Morin and I as we chat about self-regulation, co-regulation and all the things in between! You're going to LOVE this episode. ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social skills guide, Behavior Guide, and MORE! Learn more about Holly's private practice in North Carolina Learn more about Holly's speaking …
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Do you have students who really struggle with the /r/ sound? R distortions can be tricky! Clinically, it’s a huge challenge for many SLPs to work with. So in this episode of SLP Coffee Talk, I sat down with Tara McAllister to talk about how we can use biofeedback to improve treatment for persistent issues with the /r/ sound. Tara McAllister, PhD, C…
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Join Brendan Mahan and I as we chat about how each time failure occurs emotions can build. Shame, guilt and disappointment can lead to more and more bricks in each child's walls. The Wall of Awful is the emotional barrier that prevents neurodivergent kids from initiating tasks and taking the risks necessary to reach their goals. We talk in detail a…
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This podcast episode is all about new perspectives on stuttering. This is the first of a two-part series, so be sure to tune in for part two in two weeks. Listen to part one to learn more and don’t forget to check out the links and resources by accessing the show notes here: https://bit.ly/TSSEP125By Jessica Cassity, M.S., CCC-SLP
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Wondering how you can utilize sensory play in speech to help your students meet their goals? You’re going to love this episode of SLP Coffee Talk! I sat down with Dr. Reyna Hernandez and she is going to share her top tips for all things sensory play in speech therapy. Topics covered in this episode include: When Reyna discovered the wonder of senso…
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Join Liz McDonough and I as we chat about how drama therapy can be effective for neurodivergent childrens and teens. In this episode, we are covering so much goodness including- ✅ Supporting communication ✅ Reducing anxiety ✅ Boosting confidence ✅ Building creativity and interests, and ✅ Supporting social interaction ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist …
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