Best speech pathology podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Conversations in Speech Pathology
 
Join speech-language pathologist Jeff Stepen as he interviews a variety of professionals, parents, and other assorted characters about topics related to the practice of speech pathology/therapy.
 
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Conversations in Speech Pathology
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Join speech-language pathologist Jeff Stepen as he interviews a variety of professionals, parents, and other assorted characters about topics related to the practice of speech pathology/therapy.
 
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SLP Speech Language Pathology Praxis Exam
 
Test prep sites for the Praxis SLP Exam Multiple choice,case study, content Simulations, Data Banks, E-mails Free practice exam Online 24/7 www.SLPexam.com
 
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SpeechScience
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A collaborative effort of a group of Speech-Language Pathologists to provide the most recent evidence, tools, and ideas - all in language that anyone can understand.
 
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Women Who Stutter Podcast – Make Room For The Stuttering
 
A place for women who stutter to share stories, thoughts and feelings about our stuttering experience. It can be isolating for women in the predominately male stuttering community. Women talking often and openly about stuttering may lessen that isolation.
 
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Speech Therapy Private Practice Startup Podcast
 
Speech Pathology Private Practice Startup
 
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MSHA Radio
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Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology News and Features
 
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Speech Path Podcast
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The podcast that explores every facet of speech pathology.
 
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PrivateSLP
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Speech Pathology Private Practice Startup
 
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Listening in on LEEP
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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.
 
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UWEC CSD Podcast
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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.
 
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Landria
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SLP-BCBA. TherapyBiz Coach to Therapy Business Owners in Speech Pathology, Applied Behavior Analysis, Occupational Therapy, and Learning Specialists. OBM Consultant. CKO at SOAR Autism Solutions and CCO at Momentum Autism Therapy. Landria is an Autism Thought Leader and Speaker.
 
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Eric Sailers
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I'm a speech-language pathologist and I worked 6 years in a school district serving children Pre-K to 8th grade. I also created four iOS apps for speech-language pathology: ArtikPix, StoryPals, PhonoPix, and Percentally. Now, I run two companies called Eric Sailers LLC and Expressive Solutions LLC, which are focused on app development and consulting for individuals with special needs. I deliver trainings on a variety of iOS topics, and I also do private therapy.
 
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Do you ever wonder how the AAC “sausage” gets made? What in particular goes into the process of creating an AAC vocabulary set? Today we’re going to explore how one sausage in particular got made. It’s the story of WordPower, the popular AAC set created by my guest, Nancy Inman of Inman Innovations. Nancy was previoulsy the program manager for ...…
 
Roger Van Zandvoort is back for another installment of ‘Repertory with Roger’ this is Episode 20- a Case of Night Terror and Paralysis… Each month Roger Van Zandvoort of Complete Dynamics joins me for a look at one of the cases from his Clinical Repertory Project. This month it’s a case of Night Terror and Paralysis by Elizabeth Wright Hubbard. ...…
 
This podcast discussing recruitment practices in the field of Speech-Language Pathology and Applied Behavior Analysis as a cultural shift.
 
Spectrum Speech Pathology runs two very busy sites in Melbourne. The large part time team is clinically mentored and supported, the small number of full timers have balanced week of clinical, admin and business development activities to prevent burn out. Their staff retention is exceptional. Christine Kendall and Gloria Staios have seen the pri ...…
 
Mali Phonpadith interviews Stephanie Bonte-Lebair.Join our community to receive notifications, event updates, and more:http://soarcommunitynetwork.comStephanie Bonte-Lebair is a lifelong stage performer turned entrepreneur, sales trainer and vocal coach. She helps empower singers, speakers and entrepreneurs to share their voice in the world in ...…
 
The Speech language pathologist (SLP) evaluates patients for any communication, cognitive-linguistic and swallowing difficulties. Their role is to help maximize the patient's ability to understand language and effectively express themselves They will develop and teach strategies to help patients compensate for difficulties with memory, attentio ...…
 
In this episode, I chat with Heidi Hoskings from The Healthy Caterpiller about fussy eaters and get some practical tips on how to encourage fussy kids to eat real food. Heidi coaches mums of sensitive children to guide them to eat the exact right foods for their bodies. Heidi’s background is in Speech Pathology and Health Coaching where she spe ...…
 
Today's Episode leans into the topic of emotional processing in the beginning of our series on meltdowns & aggression. Listen in on LEEP Forward's Director of Mental Health Hannah Newman and Director of Occupational Therapy Michaja Johnson, dive into this multifaceted topic.You are Listening in on LEEP Forward Pediatric Development Clinic and T ...…
 
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Pediatric Emergency Playbook
 
Most newborns will have some jaundice. Most jaundice is benign. So, how can we sort through the various presentations and keep our newborns safe? Pathologic Jaundice When a baby is born with jaundice, it’s always bad. This is pathologic jaundice, and it’s almost always caught before the baby goes home. Think about ABO-incompatbility, G6PD defic ...…
 
Listen to all past episodes of the ERRR podcast here. In this episode of the Education Research Reading Room we were lucky enough to have as our guest Professor Pamela Snow. Pamela is a registered psychologist, having qualified originally in speech pathology. Her research has been funded by nationally competitive schemes such as the ARC Discove ...…
 
Emily Meagher, content writer extraordinaire and fellow boss babe, is the professional I called in to save me! From my website content writing. She shares with us her approach to nail the brief and truly understand her client, resulting in an authentic narrative to connect with target market. Emily not only runs her own speech pathology clinic, ...…
 
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The Life of Dad After Show | Life of Dad - The Social Network For Dads
 
Art Eddy and Ryan Hamilton chat with Michelle MacRoy-Higgins, PhD and Carlyn Kolker, who are the authors of Time to Talk: What You Need to Know About Your Child's Speech and Language Development. Higgins is an associate professor in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology at Hunter College in New York City. A practicing speech ...…
 
April 24, 2017 – This week’s episode airs on Holocaust Remembrance Day, and features debut novelist Barbara Stark-Nemon’s ambitious novel, Even in Darkness. Spanning a century and three continents, Barbara tells the story of her real-life great-aunt, Kläre Kohler, from early years in a prosperous German-Jewish family, through an adulthood of lo ...…
 
This episode is going to be a departure for me because I’m handing over the mic to none other than Rinki Varindani Desai to guest host! You might remember Rinki from a previous CSP episode. I was very impressed with Rinki’s passion for the field and her eagerness to take on so many extra-curricular projects. It was only natural I suppose, that ...…
 
It’s been about 17 months since we had Margaret Mizushima on the Rocky Mountain Writer podcast, way back on episode number 23. At the time, her debut novel "Killing Trail" was a few weeks from publication and the buzz was just building for the Timber Creek K-9 mystery series. Now, her second book “Stalking Ground” is a finalist for the Colorado ...…
 
David Vining has been working professionally in theater, since 1972. He has Bachelor of Arts in Theater and Speech Pathology from the University of Redlands and an MFA in Acting from the University of Minnesota. David shares with Marc some amazing lessons in theater from his experiences as an actor, director, and theatre professor. For most of ...…
 
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StutterTalk: Changing how you think about stuttering
 
Christopher Constantino, CCC-SLP Christopher Constantino joins Peter Reitzes to discuss his speaking experiences as a person who stutters who is a member of the Secular Franciscan Order of the Catholic church. Topics include speaking and stuttering when leading prayers and during confession and grace. Constantino and Reitzes consider issues rel ...…
 
Podcast discussing the Business side of therapy practices in Autism, ABA, and Speech Pathology. Clinical issues and best practices also discussed.
 
Today's Episode starts the conversation about literacy featuring LEEP Forward's Director of Speech-Language Comprehension Tyler Choate and Developmental Therapist, Amanda DeAngeles.You are Listening in on LEEP Forward Pediatric Development Clinic and Theraputic preschool and transitional kindergarten team of experts talking about topics parents ...…
 
Today I’m debuting the first in what I hope will become an ongoing series. I like to call it: My Most Interesting Case. Yvette McCoy is back on this inaugural episode to talk about a gentleman who suffered a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. His road back to swallowing was certainly not easy, but this story does have a pretty good endin ...…
 
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RUSK Insights on Rehabilitation Medicine
 
Tami Altschuler is a Clinical Specialist in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology at NYU Langone Medical Center. As part of the Rusk Rehabilitation team, her focus is on patient-provider communication. Her work was recognized in February 2016 in the journal Augmentative and Alternative Communication. She also has presented nationally and ...…
 
With a Master’s of Science in Speech Language Pathology from the University of North Texas and more than 25 years of experience in the industry, Jeryn Laengrich is very passionate about healthcare and making it better for everyone. She has extensive clinical and management experience in acute care hospitals and skilled nursing facilities where ...…
 
You are Listening in on LEEP Forward Pediatric Development Clinic and Theraputic 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 Launguage Pathology, Social Work, Developmental Therapy and Early Intervention. ...…
 
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Brutally Honest Podcast
 
Bailey and Billy join Harrison on fantastic conversation covering many different topics. Bailey is attending college for a Masters in speech Pathology. Billy is a car enthusiasts and an electrician by trade.
 
On today’s show I’m talking with Jennifer Schultz, a speech pathologist and instructor at the Mitchell Technical Institute, about Speech Language Pathology Assistants (SLPA). Jennifer is well versed on the topic of assistants in our profession and we cover a number of areas including: The roles of an SLPA Reasons for becoming an assistant. Requ ...…
 
“Image: ShutterStock” Welcome to our chat with today’s guest, Anna Coates, a Speech Pathology Student, Digital and Direct Marketer … and Opera singer. Anna talks with us about her pragmatic approach to the development of her extraordinary career pathway. Taking …
 
Sharon Hall and her guests will share successful language strategies to use with persons with FTD. Sharon cares for her husband, diagnosed with FTD in the fall of 2015, and moderates our weekly FTD chat on CareGiving.com. You can call into the live 30-minute show with your questions or email them to ftdpodcastquestions@yahoo.com prior to the sh ...…
 
After a brief interlude (#1) Caspar went into the wide wonderful world of Speech Pathology with Katherine Gehrke (@klgehrke). Aside from helping children (and their parents) overcome speech problems, Katherine is also an avid science communicator who suffers from imposter syndrome. Caspar and Katherine binged on work, passion, internal conflict ...…
 
Charn is the course coordinator for the Bachelor of Speech Pathology in the School of Medical and Health Sciences. She is a lecturer and researcher in speech pathology.Charn graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Science (Human Communication) with first class Honours. She worked as a speech pathologist for the Department of Health ...…
 
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StutterTalk: Changing how you think about stuttering
 
J. Scott Yaruss, PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-F, F-ASHA Scott Yaruss joins Peter Reitzes to discuss if articulation and phonology treatment can cause or exacerbate stuttering. At the end of the episode, Dr. Yaruss is asked briefly to discuss the related topic of bilingualism and stuttering. J. Scott Yaruss, PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-F, F-ASHA is an Associate Prof ...…
 
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How to Cure Your Liberalism
 
In the inaugural episode of the How to Cure Your Liberalism Podcast, I start off by previewing my show and explaining my objective. I spend the rest of the episode introducing my social and political philosophy: Conservative Values, Libertarian Laws, and Liberal Culture.Works Cited:My Platformhttps://howtocureyourliberalism.com/2016/06/14/my-pl ...…
 
Certain neurological conditions, including stroke, brain injury, and Parkinson’s disease, cause muscles in the head and neck to have decreased strength, range of motion, coordination and/or speed, which can result in dysphagia, the medical term for difficulty or discomfort when swallowing. While it is a common post-stroke symptom, the severity ...…
 
Who is Mr. James Burden. Speech pathology explained. How and why he started his company Exceptional Speech and Languages Services. His philosophy. Services offered. High functioning autism and Asperger’s explained. Social communication explained. Skills our community members may need that are offered. Finding good group dynamics for the individ ...…
 
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Simple Pin Podcast: Simple ways to boost your business using Pinterest
 
If you are trying to make this work-at-home thing work for your family, while still managing to do all the things that must be done in a day, then have a listen to this episode. Let’s face it, even though this podcast is all about Pinterest, nobody spends every waking moment focused on their Pinterest account. Hallie Sherman from Speech Time Fu ...…
 
EpicProgress.com - Damage Report February 12th, 2017 A new Trumpist emerges, scientists not welcome, 57 lies in 23 days, a spy revolt, Streep, Bern, and Franken on the offensive, and too trashy for Kmart. This is your Sunday edition of the Daily Trump Damage Report for February 12th, 2017. Buckle up. • Trump senior policy adviser Steven Miller ...…
 
EpicProgress.com - Damage Report February 12th, 2017 A new Trumpist emerges, scientists not welcome, 57 lies in 23 days, a spy revolt, Streep, Bern, and Franken on the offensive, and too trashy for Kmart. This is your Sunday edition of the Daily Trump Damage Report for February 12th, 2017. Buckle up. • Trump senior policy adviser Steven Miller ...…
 
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Tea with Queen and J.
 
Queen & J. are two womanist race nerds talking politics, pop-culture and liberation over tea. Drink up!On this episode… America stared in the face of evil on inauguration day. But then we pulled together and the Women’s March to wear pink pussy hats, hug police, and remind the world that First Nations, brown, trans, sex-workers and Black lives ...…
 
Happy New Year everyone! Today, on this first podcast of the new year, I welcome noted ASHA fellow Dr. Brian Goldstein to talk about bilingualism. Brian is well known in our field for his work on bilingualism and in particular Spanish phonological development. He is the Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs at La Salle University and I’ ...…
 
Since this episode was released I’ve had so many mums tell me how helpful the information was. Seeing as Mandy is so passionate and is a wealth of knowledge on the topic of fussy foods, dysphagia and fussy eaters this episode just had to be included in the Best of Series. Mandy also shares her wisdom around oral development and how it relates t ...…
 
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Conversations with Anne Elizabeth
 
Conversation 12: The Story, Journey and Passion of Registered Dietitian, Brenda Shannon RD, LD “I knew I always wanted to do clinical (dietetics) and I knew it was a good fit for me because it is interesting and exciting. It kind of fits my life over all. When I leave work, I leave work and I don’t have to take it home with me.” - Brenda Shanno ...…
 
**Warning – This episode suffered some minor audio issues. The quality has dropped but is still worth a listen. We apologise to Clare and to you all for the inconvenience. ** Today we take a look into a field of Allied Health which is commonly misunderstood and not well characterised within the public. Clare Andrews, a recent honours graduate i ...…
 
Today's podcast is an expansion of the previous episode. It features an interview with Geoffrey "Biffo" Liew. He is a University of Toronto student, the organizer of the now infamous University of Toronto Rally For Free Speech, and a longtime listener to the School Sucks Podcast.Some footage from The University of Toronto Rally For Free Speech: ...…
 
Today's podcast is an expansion of the previous episode. It features an interview with Geoffrey "Biffo" Liew. He is a University of Toronto student, the organizer of the now infamous University of Toronto Rally For Free Speech, and a longtime listener to the School Sucks Podcast.Some footage from The University of Toronto Rally For Free Speech: ...…
 
/dl/podcast/nplusone_episode31.mp3 On this episode of the n+1 podcast, Nausicaa Renner and Dan Piepenbring sit down with Paul Grimstad to talk about his essay “Never a Hippie, Always a Freak,” on the life of musician Frank Zappa and the new biographical documentary Eat That Question. Hosted by Aaron Braun, Malcolm Donaldson, Emily Lyver, and Er ...…
 
Dr. Cari M. Tellis, associate professor of speech-language pathology at Misericordia University in Dallas; Jeffrey Kelly, manager of the Performing Arts Training Academy Theater manager and manager of Cultural Special Events at Misericordia; PATA musician Katharine Manasco; and actors, Jacob Thomas, Sydney Tellis, and Jacob Schweiger, talk abou ...…
 
For the two or three of you who asked if we would do this. . . Bruce has taken over the podcast, renamed it “The GodCenteredDad Podcast” and put me on the hot seat. Asking questions you posted on Instagram and Facebook, such as: How did you get started with GodCenteredMom? What are your top 3 […]
 
For the two or three of you who asked if we would do this. . . Bruce has taken over the podcast, renamed it “The GodCenteredDad Podcast” and put me on the hot seat. Asking questions you posted on Instagram and Facebook, such as: How did you get started with GodCenteredMom? What are your top 3 […]
 
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Dr. Jay de Soca Prince's De Prescription Podcast
 
WUK U – WUK UNIVERSITY HOLIDAY EDITION 2016: WUK U – WUK UNIVERSITY “HOLIDAY EDITION” APPRECIATION PARTY! FRIDAY DECEMBER 23RD 2016 INSIDE BOSS CLUB (10 ESNA PARK DRIVE) KEYNOTE BY THE DEAN OF ADMISSIONS… DR. JAY DE SOCA PRINCE FETEOLOGY 101 ALONGSIDE THE WUK U FACULTY… JUNYA MENACE APPLIED MOVEMENT 103 BUZZ B SOCA DEFENSES 111 DJ FLIP FETEWORK ...…
 
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