This episode, Sarah talks her biggest SLP regret (and how you can avoid making it), and Sarah and Sarie discuss ways graduate programs and externships can better prepare students for the working world ahead.
Both hosts share a lesson gone wrong – Sarie shares an example of a lesson gone wrong in the home health setting, and Sarah shares an embarrassing memory lapse.
This episode is perfect for anyone who wants tips on becoming a better SLP or to hear how other SLPs are adjusting to the fall rush that is our SLP busy time. Read More
This episode, we start with a listener question - how do you approach working on social skills and language with clients with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)?
We answer by giving example lessons for different ages (preschool, school age, and teen/young adult) and share some of our favorite resources, which we link below.
We also interview Cheri from Superpower Speech to talk about organization for your home and speech room. We talk what to keep, what to toss, and how to make sure those cleaning tasks happen. Read More
This episode is perfect for anyone who wants to build more balance and joy in their SLP life. We interview Shannon from Speechy Musings about her quest to find balance and joy, how she makes money online, and what it was like to leave her full time school-based position to become a full-time entrepreneur. Read More
This episode, we talk about using the love languages at home and work, what we think of them and if they are really important. We also discuss three essential SLP lessons for your first year, and teaching empathy in the schools. This episode is perfect for anyone who is looking for more SLP wisdom and is interested in how other countries teach empathy lessons. Read More
Are you interested in selling on TPT or starting a private practice? If so, this episode is for you. You’ll hear about the pros and cons of each and if they might be right for you. Read More
The bulk of this episode discusses client success factors. Do you work with a variety of clients? Do some clients seem to have a bad attitude or get upset easily? Do you have other clients who seem interested in getting service and then seem to disappear, never to be seen again? Well, you might be ready for your clients - but you need to be able to answer the question - are your clients ready to work with you? Read More
This podcast we answer a listener question, talk about chronically being late, share a lesson gone wrong, and interview Anne Page of Beautiful Speech Life. This is a great listen for anyone who wants to know how to reclaim their time at this busy time of year and learn more about AAC from Anne. Read More
This episode answers a listener question:
The job of being an SLP is so busy and I feel like there is always more to do. How do you know when you just need to keep your nose to the grindstone and hustle away at the work, and when it’s time to stop, step away, and take a break? Read More
On this Episode, Sarah shares some SLP advice she should have taken (but didn't) and what she's doing about it. Sarie shares a lesson gone wrong that involves clients getting a bit too competitive.
Sarie interviews Sarah about the topic of switching SLP settings and making work transitions, and the following questions are answered (and more!): Read More
This episode, we talk about some SLP advice that has helped us lately, perfectionism in the SLP world, and advice for your first year as an SLP.
Whether you are an SLP student, a new SLP, or someone who has been in the game for a long time, we hope you enjoy this conversation and pick up some tips along the way for managing some common pitfalls in the workplace.
This episode is perfect for anyone who is battling perfectionism as an SLP (aren’t we all?) or who is starting a new job or is starting to work in a new setting and wants to learn some tips for making it through the transition. Read More