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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!
 
The SLP Now Podcast is your go-to resource for practical speech-language pathology tips. Through this podcast, you'll hear directly from Marisha Mets, a school-based SLP turned research nerd. She’ll be joined by expert guests to answer your biggest questions. Submit your questions at slpnow.com/ask. Each episode is worth .1 ASHA CEUs upon completion of the PodCourse through SpeechTherapyPD.com.
 
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SLP Nerdcast

Kate Grandbois, MS, CCC-SLP, BCBA, LABA; Amy Wonkka, MA, CCC-SLP.

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SLP Nerdcast offers ASHA CEUs through online learning. We discuss clinical issues and best practices relevant to speech and language pathologists. We review resources and literature while trying not to bore you to tears! All of our online SLP courses can be used towards earning your 30 hours of required professional development. Simply choose the course of your choice and head to the corresponding short post-test to earn your certificate of attendance and ASHA CEUs. SLP Nerdcast. The best on ...
 
Are you an agent of change? Looking to create real, life-long change in your work and in yourself? Ready to turn your visions into reality? Looking to work smarter, not harder—and have lots of fun along the way? Every Thursday, join international author, researcher, and speaker Kelly Vess to put only the best research to work. Kelly covers effective, practical strategies for children AND therapists to thrive. You are a miracle. Your time here is short. Let’s make the most of it. Follow Kelly ...
 
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Real talk with Cari about stuff that really matters. Each bite-sized episode will be filled with happy stuff, heavy stuff, light stuff, and of course some speech therapy stuff as well. Our time together will be fun and informative...and while you might gain a few speech therapy-related nuggets along the way, my primary goal is for you to walk away feeling rejuvenated, motivated, and excited to go to work tomorrow. If you’re a parent, please come along for the ride. There is a place for you i ...
 
Join Rehab Professionals, OT, OTA, PT, PTA, and SLP seeking motivation, support, and resources to bridge the gap to alternative careers without going back to school. Listen to interviews with Rehab Rebel Guests to gain insight from those who have deviated from their traditional health career path so that you can start your non-traditional career to achieve both a positive career and life change. Join the Rehab Rebels Tribe by hitting that subscribe button and get ready to change your life an ...
 
SLP Happy Hour is a podcast for caring SLPs who want more calm and less chaos in their workday. We are passionate about combating perfectionism and helping SLPs create stronger and healthier relationships with their work worlds, and to have more fun and calm at home. On the podcast, we talk about happiness, SLP lesson fails, easy (lazy) lessons, new habits we are trying to create, and tips and tricks for maintaining more SLP calm.
 
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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SLP Money is the podcast that focuses on career growth and financial empowerment for Speech Language Pathologists and Private Practice Owners Listen in as Craig Goldslager, a Certified Exit Planner and Financial Planner, answers the questions on the mind of the modern SLP and Clinician. Whether you're a new SLP who just completed CF and want to get started on the right foot, or an experienced private practice owner who's hit a wall, we're here to give you specific insights and actionable ste ...
 
Laura Baskall Smith is a speech/langauge pathologist specializing in childhood apraxia of speech (CAS) and also has a daughter with CAS, dysarthria, and developmental language disorder. This podcast discusses topics related to motor speech disorders and brings Laura's unique perspective not only as a speech language pathologist, but also a mother to a child with a speech disorder. Laura is the author Overcoming Apraxia available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble, and the owner and clinical dire ...
 
Are you a parent, teacher or a pediatric service provider? Do you want new and fresh ideas to do with your children or students? Do you want free or low cost materials? Are you curious about language developmental milestones and how to use them in your every-day environment? If you answered "yes" to any of those questions, then join me, a speech therapist, for my weekly episodes. I will give you ideas with objects like cardboard boxes, paper towel rolls, straws, egg cartons, etc. So start sa ...
 
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Ready to master the "R"? How do neighboring sounds make "R" easy and hard. What sounds are good for the establishment phase? Which ones are good for generalization? Check out this week for facilitating phonetic contexts that you can put to use today. Be highly effective at "R" by working smarter, not harder. Make sure to check out the SIS Membershi…
 
This Week’s Episode: Language Samples This is the fourth episode this month and we’ve been talking all about assessments. Today I am excited to be talking about language samples! I’ll be sharing the importance of language samples and some great resources on how to streamline the language sample process to capture valuable data. If you missed the pr…
 
I am very excited to be diving into all things language samples today, including why we even want to collect a language sample! And then we'll close out the episode talking about how to actually do this and make it feasible in your school SLP workload. If you haven't tuned in to the rest of this series, start with Episode 134 where we talk about ou…
 
Do you work with the school psychologist? In this episode, I’m switching things up and talking with a bilingual school psychologist, Briana Wagner. She’s here to chat about how SLPs can collaborate with the school psychologist, social skills, and so much more! Briana Wagner is a bilingual school psychologist and the founder of @EducationallyPsyched…
 
Use code SLPPODCAST to get 25% off registration! Register Now This episode is a little different than our other episodes. This episode is part of an online, digital podcast conference, or “podference” if you will, called SLP LIVE that took place on September 17th, 2022. If you’d like to earn ASHA CEUs for this episode you can use this link or go to…
 
Entrevistamos a Marek Meister el actual presidente del clúster automotriz en el cual nos compartió acerca de su experiencia en la industria, su labor como presidente y un mensaje para todas aquellas empresas potosinas que no forman parte de este clúster.
 
What is the most powerful treatment target in treating speech sound disorders? S-Blends. Yet, all s-blends are not created equally. Some are powerful. Others, not so much. This episode covers four guiding principles to selecting game-changing s-blends in effectively treating speech sound disorders. To learn innovative practices in treating speech s…
 
This Week’s Episode: Informal Assessments 101 This week, we are continuing to chug along on the assessment train! We discussed formal assessments last week and we will get to talk about all things informal assessments in today’s episode. I have listed a bunch of different resources that you can use in your therapy. Let’s get to it! Informal Assessm…
 
Hey there SLP! Let's continue on the nerd train and continue nerding out about all things assessment. This week, we are chatting about all things informal assessments. If you haven't been following the series, we started in Episode 134 talking about our general checklist for assessments and evaluations. And last week we talked about formal assessme…
 
Use code SLPPODCAST to get 25% off registration! Register Now This episode is a little different than our other episodes. This episode is part of an online, digital podcast conference, or “podference” if you will, called SLP LIVE that took place on September 17th, 2022. If you’d like to earn ASHA CEUs for this episode you can use this link or go to…
 
Use code SLPPODCAST to get 25% off registration! Register Now This episode is a little different than our other episodes. This episode is part of an online, digital podcast conference, or “podference” if you will, called SLP LIVE that took place on September 17th, 2022. If you’d like to earn ASHA CEUs for this episode you can use this link or go to…
 
I do not take data during the entire session, and I’m sharing why in this episode. I know there are some exceptions to the rules because administrations or districts require one thing or another, but I want to convince you to think about data a little bit differently. I’m not saying not to take data, just not to take it the entire session. Imagine …
 
If you know a child with ASD who presents with restrictive, repetitive behaviors (RRBs), this is the episode for you. The impact of RRBs may be best described by Harvard medical researcher Ya Wen who refers to restrictive, repetitive behaviors as having a "Russian doll" impact in which observable physical and social changes are also present at the …
 
This Week’s Episode: Formal Assessments 101 This week, we are continuing our series on assessments and our focus this week is formal assessments. I will be touching on some things that we want to consider when administering and interpreting scores for these norm-referenced assessments. Let’s dive into some of these strategies for formal assessments…
 
This month, we are kicking off a series about all things assessment! This week, we are continuing our theme and diving into formal assessments. One of the most important things we want to do is interpret the scores correctly. There's very few worse things we can do as an SLP in the schools than qualify a student who doesn't need to be qualified, or…
 
What prizes and reward systems do you use with your older students? This is a question I get asked pretty often, especially at the beginning of the year. I have had many different reward systems in my career, but as of now, I don’t actually have a reward system in place for my older speech therapy students. In today’s episode of SLP Coffee Talk, I’…
 
This episode covers five strategies to make it easy this school year. Create educationally rich, developmentally appropriate activities, that treat the whole child. Check out this episode and be 'one and done.' Take your lunch hours, evenings, and weekends back. Check out the Sparkle in School Membership (SIS) today at https;//www.KellyVess.com and…
 
This Week’s Episode: The SLP’s Checklist to Assessments 101 This month we are kicking off a series about all things assessment. 🎉 Today I’ll be discussing the ultimate checklist for SLPs on Assessments and share some high-level strategies on things that we can consider when we dive into our assessments while making that process a little bit easier.…
 
This month, we are kicking off a series about all things assessment! Today, we'll go through an assessment checklist and I'll share some high level strategies on what you can consider when you dive into assessments and how to make that process easier. In the following weeks, we'll get into more of the specific areas. Visit SLP Now to download 5 of …
 
Are you using visuals in your speech therapy classroom? In this episode of SLP Coffee Talk, we are breaking away from only talking about older speech therapy students to talk about something that can be used with any age: visual supports! Visual supports are things like pictures, lists, or drawings that help students with autism communicate. They c…
 
Ready to give Google Slides a try? This episode shares how Google Slides improve attention, engagement, and participation to maximize gains. To receive weekly educationally-rich Google Slide decks with therapy activities, join my Sparkle in School (SIS) Membership today as a founding member for only $9.99/month at https://www.kellyvess.com…
 
#013 Listen to Amanda’s DPT transition to opening up a cash based brick and mortar Physical Therapy practice. For links and show notes, head to: https://rehabrebels.org/013 Start your Rehab Rebel Journey! Receive access to FREE monthly progress updates, interview schedule, and a BONUS Top 25 Alternative Careers List for Rehab Professionals when you…
 
This Week’s Episode: Evidence-based Strategies for Summarizing We are continuing with our new podcast series, Strategies You Can Use! I’ve been sharing different evidence-based strategies to help target specific skills. Today I’ll discuss different strategies on how to target narratives! We will focus on 3 evidence-backed strategies on how to targe…
 
This summer, we are continuing our blitz called Strategies You Can Use. If you're feeling stuck or wanting to try some new strategies when targeting some of our common goals, this series is for you! We are going to talk about all summarizing. Why would we even want to target this and why does it matter? Today you'll learn why this is an important d…
 
Do you struggle to figure out where to go with your older speech students? If you’ve been following me for a while, you may have heard me talk about how language comprehension is such an integral part of learning and reading. In order to be successful readers, our students need good decoding skills. In this episode of SLP Coffee Talk, I’m sharing w…
 
Ready to add technology to your therapy in a way that encourages personal interaction and enhances learning? This episode covers how to intelligently integrate technology to optimize gains in: 1-Language Comprehension 2-Inferential Thinking Skills 3-Story Grammar 4-Phonological Awareness Skills 5-Vocabulary. To learn how to target early literacy sk…
 
This Week’s Episode: Evidence-based Strategies for Narratives We are continuing with our new podcast series, Strategies You Can Use! I’ve been sharing different evidence-based strategies to help target specific skills. Today I’ll discuss different strategies on how to target narratives! 4 Strategies to Target Narratives ✨Before we dive into the 4 s…
 
This summer, we are continuing our blitz called Strategies You Can Use. If you're feeling stuck or wanting to try some new strategies when targeting some of our common goals, this series is for you! Today's episode is all about narratives. I've done a lot of research on narrative-based therapy over the years so this one is going to be jam-packed wi…
 
Loading…. Season 4 We’ve Got some awesome stuff happening at Nerdcast Headquarters! SLP Live An amazing digital podcast conference with the theme of multi-disciplinary care. Reserve your spot! Graduate Level Credit Courses Strategies and Considerations for AAC Implementation in Schools Goal Writing and Progress Monitoring in Complex Communicators M…
 
Are you familiar with neurodiversity-affirming teaching methods? Every day, I see so many questions from other SLPs on this topic, so today on SLP Coffee Talk, I sat down with Katja Piscitelli to talk about these methods so that you can get all of your questions answered and start the year off confident with autistic students on your caseload. Katj…
 
The latest research shows the cerebellum's pivotal role in communication impairments. This is particularly true for children with ADD, ASD, and CAS. How can we target the cerebellum when early on, when neuroplasticity is high? This episode covers how Task-Oriented-Movement (TOM) activities directly target the cerebellum. To learn how to create TOM …
 
#012 From clinical care to online entrepreneur, listen to DPT Katie Osteen's transition to online plantar fasciitis expert! For links and show notes, head to: https://rehabrebels.org/012 Start your Rehab Rebel Journey! Receive access to FREE monthly progress updates, interview schedule, and a BONUS Top 25 Alternative Careers List for Rehab Professi…
 
This Week’s Episode: Evidence-based Strategies for Affixes Goals We are continuing with our new podcast series, Strategies You Can Use! I’ve been sharing different evidence-based strategies to help target specific skills. Today I’ll discuss different strategies on how to target affixes! We will focus on an article by Zoski, J.L. et al., 2018. It is…
 
This summer, we are continuing our blitz called Strategies You Can Use. If you're feeling stuck or wanting to try some new strategies when targeting some of our common goals, this series is for you! Now it's time for some strategies on how to target affixes in therapy. This episode is inspired by Jennifer L. Zoski's article about using morphologica…
 
Are you ready to cut your planning time down drastically? In this week’s episode of SLP Coffee Talk, I am sharing how you can plan your speech therapy sessions in minutes. Yes, you read that right! Not weeks, not hours—minutes. This is my framework for planning my speech therapy sessions in minutes, and sometimes even seconds. Planning for each ind…
 
Task-Oriented Movement (TOM) activities improve executive function, but how? TOM activities directly improve the core executive function skills of preschoolers: 1)Inhibitory (Self) Control; 2)Working Memory; 3)Cognitive (Mental) Flexibility. For videos and interactive guides on how to create TOM activities in speech therapy, check out my book “Spee…
 
This Week’s Episode: Evidence-based Strategies for Vocabulary Goals We are continuing with our new podcast series, Strategies You Can Use! I’ve been sharing different evidence-based strategies to help target specific skills. Today I’ll discuss different strategies on how to target vocabulary goals! Let’s dive into the strategies we can use to targe…
 
This summer, we are continuing our blitz called Strategies You Can Use. If you're feeling stuck or wanting to try some new strategies when targeting some of our common goals, this series is for you! This week, we are diving into 3 strategies for vocabulary growth, inspired by an article on semantic networks by Elizabeth B. Hadley that has lots of g…
 
Are you ready for a brand new school year? I know many of us are still in summer mode right now but there are also many that are headed back to school, so in this episode of SLP Coffee Talk, I’m sharing my best tips for setting yourself up for success this year. I hope that you had some time to relax and reenergize this summer. It is so important t…
 
Ready to move away from the table and chairs in speech therapy and get moving? This episode covers how to treat the whole child by incorporating movement in speech therapy. Guest OTR/L Joseph Evens shares strategies to improve core, gross motor, fine motor, and visual motor integration skills. You don't have to be a movement therapist to improve mo…
 
#011 How and why DPT, Mike, moved to Scotland with his family to teach Physical Therapy! For links and show notes, head to: https://rehabrebels.org/011 Start your Rehab Rebel Journey! Receive access to FREE monthly progress updates, interview schedule, and a BONUS Top 25 Alternative Careers List for Rehab Professionals when you Start your Rebel Car…
 
This Week’s Episode: Evidence-based Strategies for Basic Concepts We are continuing with our new podcast series, Strategies You Can Use! I’ve been sharing different evidence-based strategies to help target specific skills. Today I’ll discuss different strategies on how to target Basic Concepts! I hope you’re enjoying this series so far and finding …
 
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