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You’re listening to the Speechie Side Up podcast hosted by author, AAC specialist, and matcha tea lover, Venita Litvack! Every week, you get to hear what other SLPs are doing in the field and how they found their passion. This podcast was created to help YOU stop re-inventing the wheel and start loving your job again!
 
Fiction Out Loud. Spillers is a podcast for handpicked literary short fiction with exclusive interviews on the story of the story. Every episode is 30 minutes or less. For more information, check out www.Spillers.net. Hosted by award-winning writer and podcaster Robert Hoekman Jr.
 
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On this episode I am joined by Shelby, a pediatric Speech Language Pathologist from New Jersey. She works at a clinic with children 1-6 years and at a school providing services to grades K-10. She recently received her CCCs in August 2020 and is here to talk about what has helped her navigate this world of Speech Language Pathology! www.tasseltoget…
 
On this episode I am joined by my friend, Nicole Umana, who also happens to be the ASHA continuing education administrator for Tassel. Tassel is the organization that provides ASHA CEUs for some of the episodes on this podcast. Nicole is an SLP-A with a thriving side business called Creative Collaborations. I’ve had the pleasure of working with Nic…
 
On this episode I am joined by Demi Fritz, SLP and owner of SLP Resume. SLP Resume provides a service that incorporates clinical practice and terminology into an effective resume. It was developed through interviews with graduate administrators and employers to learn what makes resumes stand out. Demi is on today to share the latest resume trends t…
 
This episode is available for ASHA CEUs! Visit www.tasseltogether.com to learn how! Description: On this podcourse episode I am joined by Dr. Robin Danzak. Dr. Danzak is an Associate Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Emerson College, specializing in language and literacy. Her research focuses on the bilingual writing of adolescen…
 
On this episode, I am joined by Lindsay Petersen. Lindsay is a speech-language pathologist in Philadelphia. She specializes in working with children with hearing loss and has been supporting students for over 12 years. She also teaches Aural Rehabilitation/Habilitation in the Communication Sciences and Disorders graduate program at LaSalle Universi…
 
On this Podcourse episode, I am joined by Dr. Iuzzini-Seigel, a professor and Director of the Communication, Movement, and Learning Lab at Marquette University where she aims to identify factors that contribute to disorder onset and resolution for children with communication disorders. Her research centers on speech development and its disorder wit…
 
In This Episode I am joined by the co-founders of Stuttering Therapy Resources, Inc., Nina Reeves and J. Scott Yaruss. Stuttering Therapy Resources, Inc is a specialty publishing company dedicated to helping speech-language pathologists increase their confidence in working with people who stutter. Their resources are filled with real-world, practic…
 
On this episode I am joined by Martha Somes, a speech language pathologist and teletherapist who is passionate about fluency. Martha loves working with elementary-aged children and being creative with resources and technology. This led her to create resources for Teachers Pay Teachers and Boom Cards that she has found successful with her clients.…
 
Today I am joined by Carly Tulloch, a Pediatric Speech-Language pathologist with extensive training and over 10 years’ experience in helping children of all abilities learn to communicate to their fullest potential. She is a mom of two little girls, so she knows how busy life can be. That is why in 2017, she started using Instagram and online cours…
 
On this episode I am joined by Laura Brown, a speech language pathologist that specializes in pediatrics. Laura is an author and private practice owner. She found a niche providing therapy to children from birth to age 3 while learning about development for her own child, and from there, "Mommy & Me Milestones" was born! She is passionate about emp…
 
On this episode I am joined by Katie Sterbenz, a speech-language pathologist and owner of Talking Littles. Katie strongly believes in the idea that speech and language therapy should be family centered and take place in the child’s natural environment for optimal generalization of skills. She loves being able to affirm what parents and caregivers a…
 
On this episode I am joined by Brooke & Bridget, sisters and speech-language pathologists who are passionate about guiding parents with practical tips to integrate speech and language techniques into their everyday routines. Together, they have more than 20 years of combined experience, and have even been featured on Good Morning America!…
 
This episode is available for ASHA CEUs! Visit www.tasseltogether.com to learn how! Description: On this episode I am joined by Mollie Romano, a professor and Assistant Director of the Communication and Early Childhood Research and Practice Center at Florida State University. Her research focuses on caregiver implemented interventions to support th…
 
On this episode I am joined by Rebecca Taskin, a licensed New York City based speech and language pathologist with a background in neuroscience. She specializes in complex feeding and communication disorders. Aside from her many AAC trainings, Rebecca has been trained in PROMPT Therapy, Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders, Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evalu…
 
On this episode I am joined by Megan Stewart, a Speech and Language Pathologist that is passionate about literacy and Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). She firmly believes that ALL kids, no matter what, should have access to amazing reading, writing and literacy experiences! This passion led her to start the SENSEable Literacy blog …
 
Did you know you can make AAC keyguards for iPads? Today, I’m joined by Ashley Larisey to talk about 3D keyguard printing and practical ideas for making teletherapy more interactive. Check out the YOU’VE GOT A FRIEND IN AAC: SUPPORTING SOCIAL INTERACTIONS WITH AAC USERS podcourse on Tassel Continuing Education!…
 
This episode is available for ASHA CEUs! Visit www.tasseltogether.com to learn how! Description: This session discussed important factors in supporting social interaction and friendship for individuals who use augmentative and alternative (AAC) systems, as well as supporting children with complex communication needs and autism.…
 
At some point in your career as an SLP, you will likely collaborate with an occupational therapist. What is their role in pediatric therapy and how can they help your practice? Today I am joined by an OT, Brittany Ferri, to talk about strategies that you can use in therapy, the significance of health literacy and teletherapy. Check out the YOU’VE G…
 
In this episode, I am joined by Natalie & Belkis from Culturally Speaking SLPs to talk about diversifying your speech therapy materials, how to incorporate yoga and mindfulness, and practicing better self-care. Check out the YOU’VE GOT A FRIEND IN AAC: SUPPORTING SOCIAL INTERACTIONS WITH AAC USERS podcourse on Tassel Continuing Education!…
 
You might know why it's important to use diverse resources in therapy, but need more ideas on how to do so. Today I am joined by Tamara Anderson to talk about how you can effectively and purposefully use varying forms of culture such as art, poetry/books, and music in speech and language therapy sessions to promote diversity and inclusion. Check ou…
 
This episode is available for ASHA CEUs and part of the 2020 SLP Connect Podconference until October 7, 2020. If you want to earn ASHA CEUs, then stay on until the very end, because that is where I provide information on how to register for ASHA CEUs and other details like how to win awesome giveaway prizes! You can also read about the details here…
 
This episode is available for ASHA CEUs and part of the 2020 SLP Connect Podconference until October 7, 2020. If you want to earn ASHA CEUs, then stay on until the very end, because that is where I provide information on how to register for ASHA CEUs and other details like how to win awesome giveaway prizes! You can also read about the details here…
 
Are you interested in learning more about your role in serving the transgender and gender-diverse community? Greta Abbott, a queer-identified SLP is on this episode to share about basic terminology you should know as an SLP, transgender voice therapy, and other resources you can turn to. Find out more details about the SLP Connect Podconference at …
 
Would you like to help improve the lives of children in impoverished countries? Sandy Dorsey, a certified Speech-Language Pathologist & private practice owner is on today to share how you can make an impact through her non-profit organization, Smiles for Speech. Find out more details about the SLP Connect Podconference at https://tasseltogether.com…
 
In this episode, Liz Willis, and SLP and BCBA shares her tips for utilizing a naturalistic, play-based behavioral approach to teaching speech and language. Head on over to www.tasseltogether.com to learn how you can earn ASHA CEUs while listening to podcourses! If you decide to join, use the discount code ssupodcast (all lowercase) to receive up to…
 
In this episode, Allie Szczecinski, a special education teacher with a focus on behavior management, shares all about emotional learning and trauma informed practices! Head on over to www.tasseltogether.com to learn how you can earn ASHA CEUs while listening to podcourses! If you decide to join, use the discount code ssupodcast (all lowercase) to r…
 
This episode is available for ASHA CEUs! Visit www.tasseltogether.com to learn how! Description: This session discussed important factors to keep in mind when treating a new student that has limited natural speech, and how to effectively implement augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) systems when working with students that have challeng…
 
Need tips on how to support students with challenging behaviors? You want your students to be able to communicate effectively, but their behaviors often get in the way. In this episode, Ashley Scott, a dually-certified speech language pathologist and BCBA, shares all about early intervention and behavioral strategies! Find the show notes here: http…
 
Quintina is the CEO and founder of a tele-therapeutic pediatric speech and language clinic as well as a newly developed app, both named, Pediatric Speech Lab. Quintina is a Speech-Language graduate of the University of D.C. and Howard University. Quintina has traveled the world for outreach in places such as Dominican Republic and Thailand.…
 
Today I am joined by pediatric speech-language pathologist and business owner, Rachelle Paquette. Rachelle is the SLP behind Speech Tree Co. A company that creates engaging mini object boxes for speech and language therapy. This episode sponsored by Double Time Docs. Write your SLP evaluation reports in a fraction of the time.…
 
On this episode I am joined by Speech Language Pathologist, Certified Auditory Verbal Therapist, and teletherapist, Stacy Crouse. Stacy currently works full-time as a school-based SLP teletherapist providing services to children in K-12. She also creates no-print/no-prep SLP materials as well as resources for SLPs working with children with hearing…
 
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