If you are reading this as it posts, in July-August 2019 we are taking a podcasting break so that we can spend more time with our families and also be intentional about planning and batching work moving forward. We are so excited for what lies ahead for the SLP Happy Hour Podcast!
Especially in the past few years, SLP podcasting has really exploded. There are so many different podcasts covering a variety of specialty areas of practice. For this post, we asked SLP podcasters to share their most downloaded episode so we could share it with you. If you love listening to podcasts as much as we do, check out these episodes to find a new podcast you love.
SLP Happy Hour
Our Ten Favorite Easy Lessons
We love sharing no prep/low prep lessons with you, and from these download numbers - you love listening to them too! We are actually prepping a second episode with ten more easy lessons for late 2019 since this one was so popular. Listen in here!
True Confessions with Sarah & Lisa
We Have Been Interpreting the Articulation Norms all Wrong
Oooooh, those new articulation norms. We know ‘em. We love ‘em. But what in the world do we do with them? This insightful episode covers a really important topic for SLPs, so dig in!
Speech Science Podcast
Guillain-Barré Syndrome Recovery, Cognitive Impacts on Motor Speech, Occupational Privilege Taxes, and Getting Outside
Guillain-Barré syndrome is a rare neurological disorder in which the body’s immune system mistakenly attacks part of its peripheral nervous system. Carly Stoltenberg, M.S., CCC-SLP was working as an SLP for the past 20 years when at the age of 46 her live changed over-night. She tells her story about being intubated, using AAC, and her recovery. You can listen here.
SLPs, Wine & Cheese
Perception and Phonology
Deb and Maria discuss the "Yanny vs. Laurel" debate and it's relation to speech science and perception. The hosts discuss evidence based therapy approaches targetting phonology, articulation and literacy. They explained the importance of a multi-modality approach in teaching clients phonology, articulation and appropriate motor speech patterns, so listen in.
The Reading Wars with Anne Castles and Kate Nation
Ooooh, literacy! It’s a juicy topic for us SLPs, and it seems like there’s always more to learn.
This inaugural episode of SeeHearSpeak podcast tackles the 'Reading Wars' with accomplished scholars Anne Castles and Kate Nation, authors of a recent comprehensive mega-paper that is sure to be THE go-to seminal write-up on this topic.
Strength in Words Podcast
Positive Parenting, Positive Discipline, and Infants and Toddlers
This podcast focuses on skills for parents from an SLP. This episode asks - if there are ways to inherently boost self-regulation skills in a toddler or support a young child’s executive functioning skills, how can we integrate those habits or strategies into our everyday interactions with our infants and toddlers?
The Speech Space
Why SLPs are Leaving The Schools
Drop. The. Mic. This topic is near and dear to my heart because if schools need our help (and we know they do?) why are so many SLPs leaving the schools? What can we do about it?
Speechie Side Up
The One About Childhood Apraxia of Speech with Nancy Kaufman
Want to learn more about Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS)? Listen to this episode to learn more from Nancy Kaufman, including the signs of CAS and treatment options.
Talking with Tech
ASHA’s AAC Clinical Specialty Certification (Part 1)
This Q and A episode was started as a Facebook Live answering questions on ASHA’s AAC clinicial specialty certification - and what it means for the future of the professions.
XCeptional Leaders Podcast
Extreme Life Experiences Deepens Acting with Eileen Grubba
In this episode, Eileen Grubba, an actor known for her roles in Sons of Anarchy, Criminal Minds, and Bones shares about acting and extreme life experiences - I don’t want to give away too much here, so just listen in!