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This is the official podcast of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists - RSCLT. We were established on 6 January 1945 to promote the art and science of speech and language therapy – the care for individuals with communication, swallowing, eating and drinking difficulties.We are the professional body for speech and language therapists in the UK; providing leadership and setting professional standards.We facilitate and promote research into the field of speech and language therapy ...
 
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In the January 2022 news update, we discuss: - Discuss some of the big issues for 2022 including impact of Covid-19 but also key parts of the RCSLT's new vision - Health and Care Bill (England) at Lords Committee stage - Regulation consultation - AHP strategy - Updates from Wales - RCSLT's professional network on workforce issues (access here for R…
 
In today's podcast episode, Haden Boliek SLP and Hunter Behrmann SLP go back to basics and explore the benefits of low-tech augmented and alternative communciation. Low-tech AAC provides a strong foundation in teaching a child how to communicate, aids in formulating sentence structures, and makes words tangible. This simple and clear tool helps chi…
 
Welcome to the second series of The Brainy Speech Therapist Podcast. In this episode, Jan and Helen discuss cognition and how it effects communication. We talk about the Model of Cognitive-Communication Competence by Sheila Macdonald, more information can be found in her paper: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29064304/ If you are keen to undertake …
 
This is the first in a series of episodes which we will be releasing in 2022 which will look at anti-racism in the speech and language therapy profession. In this episode leaders of the network group 'SLTs of Colour' (Angela Whiteley, Heeral Davda and Dorett Davis) chat with the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists' chair, Mary Heritage,…
 
What happens when you have a feeding assessment and the parent/guardian forgets to bring in food? Haden Boliek, SLP, and Kjirsti Myles, PT, examine which foods (and tools!) to have on hand for a planned or impromptu feeding evaluation. Haden's list includes: applesauce, pudding, Ritz crackers, vanilla wafers, a maroon spoon, and a blue nosey cup. T…
 
In December's news update, we: - Take a look back at 2021 - Consider the challenges for 2022 - Talk about health and social care in Northern Ireland - Discuss the upcoming Northern Ireland elections and manifesto asks - Think about our ambitions for the speech and language therapy profession and those speech and language therapists serve for 2022. …
 
Is there an impact on infant feeding and a tongue-tie? Haden Boliek, SLP, discusses one of her favorite topics: infant feeding! She reviews the anatomy and physiology of the mouth, nutritive sucking and whether a tongue-tie could impact an infant's feeding skills. Tune in to this podcast episode with information targeted towards parents, physicians…
 
In this episode we chat with Claire Slinger Consultant Speech & Language Therapist (Lancashire & South Cumbria Severe Asthma & Airways service ) and one of her patients, Iain, about the speech and language therapy role in assessment, diagnosis and treatment of upper airways disorders. We look at the the impact that upper airways disorders have on p…
 
The RCSLT news podcast for November 2021 includes: - BuildBackBetterSLT petition response from the Government - What the Spending Review means for speech and language therapy in England - RCSLT health inequalities work recognised by the Royal Society for Public Health www.rcslt.org/learning/diversity…alth-inequalities/ - Communication Access birthd…
 
How do speech therapists administer an oral motor exam and which areas do they focus on? Listen in on this week's episode of the Working Therapist Podcast as Haden Boliek SLP and our very special guest, Nikki Curtis, an experienced SLP here at Pediatric Developmental Therapy. They explore the areas for assessment when evaluating a child for an oral…
 
Prenatal alcohol exposure (PAE) is associated with growth deficits and neurodevelopmental impairment including foetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD). Difficulties with oral and written communication skills are common among children with PAE; however, less is known about how communication skills of adolescents who have PAE compare with those who d…
 
What is an oral motor exam and why is it important? Tune into this week's episode of the Working Therapist Podcast as Haden Boliek SLP and special guest, Nikki Curtis, a seasoned SLP at Pediatric Developmental Therapy, give you the answers! They explore how an oral motor exam establishes a foundation for treatment, as well as how this type of exam …
 
The RCSLT news podcast for October 2021 includes: - Communication Access campaign initiative: how it's going from strength to strength and how we'll be celebrating its year anniversary in November - key issues in Parliament including the spending review, the social care levy, the NHS Bill - SLTs are on the taskforce for government work on behaviour…
 
What's in your Oral Motor Exam Box? In today's podcast, Haden Boliek, SLP explains her recommendations for some tools that she uses for an oral motor exam. Then, Haden and Kjirsti Myles, PT share what tools are in the Oral Motor Exam Boxes at Pediatric Developmental Therapy and how to utilize them for an Oral Motor Exam.…
 
Today's podcast features a special guest, Hunter Behrmann SLP, along with the Working Therapist Podcast host, Haden Boliek SLP. Together, they list out 5 functional and practical strategies to implement when scheduling speech therapy caseloads in the school setting. These tips include: 1. Beginning the scheduling process with children who have the …
 
This month's catch up covers three main areas: - Updates to Covid and how members can get support https://www.rcslt.org/learning/covid-19/ - What to look forward to in this year's RCSLT conferencehttps://www.rcslt.org/events/rcslt-conference-2021/ - Campaigns including the upcoming anniversary of the launch of the CAUK training and DLD awareness da…
 
In Part 2 of our Shoe Choices for the Developmental Stages: A Physical Therapist Perspective series, Haden Boliek SLP and Kjirsti Myles PT go in depth about foot development in children and shoe choices for ages 3 and up. As children become school-aged, it's important to consider many factors when making their shoe purchases. Haden and Kjirsti disc…
 
In this IJLCD episode we interview Charlie Strutt and Ghada Khattab about their paper in the IJLCD: 'Does the duration and frequency of dummy (pacifier) use affect the development of speech?' The current literature suggests a link between dummy (or pacifier) use and a number of both positive and detrimental consequences. Positive consequences inclu…
 
RCSLT news for August 2021 covers: * How the #FundSLT petition is going and plans to expand the reach. If you haven't signed yet please do and if you have please share with friends, family and colleagues petition.parliament.uk/petitions/587872 * News across the UK including: Northern Ireland - SEN, election prep, waiting times Wales - Additional le…
 
Often in our work environment, we hear that a therapist may be struggling with the behaviors of a child. But what does that mean? If we think about it, there are positive and negative behaviors, and all of us behave in some way or another every single day! So when we hear "struggling with behaviors," what might we be referring to? When a therapist …
 
Jan and Helen are joined by Vicky Mayer, Clinical Lead for SLT at the Astley Ainslie Hospital in Edinburgh. We focused our chat on the recent Cognitive Communication Disorders Symposium, which took place online. You'll hear us reference various researchers and assessment tools, to check them out for yourself we've included all the links:On Twitter:…
 
In Part 1 of our "Shoe Choices for the Developmental Stages: A Physical Therapist Perspective" series, Haden Boliek SLP and Kjirsti Myles PT explore the topics of milestones related to foot development in babies and toddlers, the importance of proper foot support and stabilizers, as well as which shoe choices to avoid and which to consider. They al…
 
In today's Part 2 of the Ideas to Simplify Your Home Programs series, Haden Boliek SLP and Kjirsti Myles PT talk about ideas and strategies, based on their experience, to simplify home programs and make them more effective. They cover how to hold yourself accountable as a therapist, check-ins with parents, and very simple tools to use in your home …
 
Jan and Helen are joined by Fiona, who spoke about her journey of recovery from brain injury in the last episode. The three of us speak with Lucie McIntosh, who explains a form of meditation called iRest. This is the first of two episodes on this subject, with the second being a stand alone iRest session. More information can be found at www.irest.…
 
This month's catch up covers a large span of work: - Breaking news on the Build Back Better petition to Parliament for speech and language therapy funding (Campaign: www.rcslt.org/get-involved/build…es-after-covid-19/ ) (Petition: www.tinyurl.com/SLTBBB) - Covid and long Covid developments - Neurodiversity in prisons in England - NHS reform in Engl…
 
In today's The Working Therapist Podcast episode, Haden Boliek SLP and Kjirsti Myles PT discuss ideas and strategies, based on their experience, to make home programs simplified and more effective. They cover what factors must come together to make a great home program, many common pitfalls that they have learned to navigate around, and why parent …
 
The term "medical necessity" is commonly used by occupational and physical therapists, but not so much by speech therapists. But speech therapists apply "medical necessity" in their practice the same as OTs and PTs. As a speech therapist, you have to be able to justify the services that you're prescribing to the insurance company, the school, or wh…
 
In this podcast we interview Jessica Cannons and Katherine Buckeridge. When Jess was ten she suffered a serious stroke due to a cardiotoxic chemotherapy drug she was taking for her first cancer. She talks about what life was like after the stroke and her journey through rehabilitation. Katherine is a specialist speech and language therapist who wor…
 
In this episode, Jan and Helen are delighted to be joined by two people with lived experience of brain injury. Fiona and Alan take us through their journeys since their brain injuries, how they are doing now, and what they hope for the future. As always, we thank you for listening and welcome you to share your thoughts on Twitter @BrainySLT and Ins…
 
In this IJLCD episode the late Professor James Law and Dr. Jenna Charlton discuss the findings of their rapid review of the use of telepractice in paediatric speech & language therapy. Their paper is: 'Tele-practice for children and young people with communication disabilities: Employing the COM-B model to review the intervention literature and inf…
 
In this episode we talk to Melanie Cross, Speech and Language Therapist and Dr Hannah Hobson, Lecturer, Department of Psychology, University of York about the the links between speech, language and communication needs and social, emotional and mental health needs in children and young people. We look at some of the factors involved; difficulties ac…
 
June news from the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists. Covering: - Build back better campaign and petition (Campaign: www.rcslt.org/get-involved/build…es-after-covid-19/ ) (Petition: www.tinyurl.com/SLTBBB) - Strategic plan work - Follow up on Scottish and Welsh elections - Communication Access project update (Elearning here: communica…
 
As a therapist, when you are invested in helping a patient to make progress towards their goals, you will experience the necessity to have various conversations with the guardian of your patient or the patient to best help them succeed. In this part 2 of the previous podcast, Haden Boliek, SLP and Kjirsti Myles, PT discuss several topics such as: i…
 
In this episode Jan and Helen speak to Amy and Alex, Speech and Language Therapists in NHS Tayside. We chat about the highs and lows of working with the brain injury caseload, how we as therapists can support one another, and the thinking behind Words of the Week. If you've not signed up to Words of the Week, information can be found here: https://…
 
RCSLT news May 2021: inc Build Back Better campaign; election results; Covid pandemic to endemic; Queens' Speech; anti-racism; mental health. The new - free - elearning mentioned in the interview is called 'Mind Your Words' and it is designed to support those working with children and young people with mental health needs. It aims to improve unders…
 
In this episode we talk to practice educators and service managers about the importance of placements to them and the profession: Tracey Day, Independent Speech and Language Therapist (SLT), paediatric, plus Practice educator Emma Ferris, Practice educator, plus SLT Lecturer and Academic Lead for Practice Education, University of East Anglia Eleano…
 
In this episode we talk to three speech and language therapy students about the importance of placements to their education: Vivian Wong, Masters student, Reading University. Presented at an RCSLT event last year giving student perspectives on challenges and opportunities for best practice in on clinical placements. Kerry O’Sullivan, Masters studen…
 
In this episode we talk to Anne, who's husband had a traumatic brain injury. We talk about their journey of recovery and rehabilitation together, how she processed what happened, and what helped her. For more on this subject, we recommend the book Family Experience of Brain Injury: Surviving, Coping and Adjusting; by Jo Clark-Wilson and Mark Hollow…
 
Listen for the latest on RCSLT's recent service user survey of speech and language therapy provision during the pandemic and the Building Back Better report which it prompted (see more here: https://www.rcslt.org/get-involved/building-back-better-speech-and-language-therapy-services-after-covid-19/) Hear the latest on how Covid is impacting on wait…
 
In this IJLCD episode, we talk to Richard Cave, who works with the Motor Neurone Disease Association (MND), about an article he’s written on voice banking. Voice banking is a process in which people who suffer from MND or other conditions are given the opportunity to record their own synthetic voices for use with an AAC device in the future. IJLCD …
 
As a therapist, when you are invested in helping a patient to make progress towards their goals, you will experience the necessity to have various conversations with the guardian of your patient or the patient to best help them succeed. In this podcast, Haden Boliek, SLP and Kjirsti Myles, PT discuss several topics such as: no shows, frequent cance…
 
In this episode we talk to Jo Sandiford, Senior Lecturer at Leeds Beckett University about student placements and the new placement guidance document which Jo authored. This is the first in a short series of podcasts in which we explore how placements are evolving, the impact of the pandemic, and how we hope to create more placements in the future …
 
In episode 6, Jan and Helen collaborate with Sian Riley from Red Pepper Nutrition to discuss how speech and language therapists and dietitians work with people recovering from head injuries. Sian can be contacted via her website www.redpeppernutrition.com, and is on Twitter @RedPepperNutri, her podcast is called the Red Pepper Nutrition podcast. Co…
 
When should a physical or occupational therapist treat childhood toe-walking? What would be considered normal versus abnormal toe-walking? In this episode Haden Boliek, SLP and Kjirsti Myles, PT discuss differential diagnoses for toe-walking and considerations for when it is appropriate to intervene or refer to a specialist. Finally, they will disc…
 
Welcome to the March 2021 news catch up from The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists, covering Covid-19; health and care in government budgets; and an update on the RCSLT survey of people's access to speech and language therapy which is coming soon. (More about the survey here: www.rcslt.org/news/rcslt-survey-…ge-therapy-update/) For me…
 
When treating the "whole child" we not only consider the disciplines involved in treatment, but the environment in which we treat. In this podcast, Haden Boliek, SLP and Kjirsti Myles, PT discuss the impact of the environmental set up on the flow of a therapy session. They will explore techniques for transitioning children between rooms or spaces a…
 
In this episode, we speak to Jane Johnson, Speech and Language Therapist, on the subject of Positive Behaviour Support. Jane highlights some resources for more information- PBS Alliance webinars: https://www.bild.org.uk/resources/?fwp_resource_type=webinar Restraint Reduction Network: https://restraintreductionnetwork.org/ The Facebook group for UK…
 
Today’s podcast is on a paper from the International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders. Every other month RCSLT selects an article from the journal that we think will be of interest to the wider speech and language therapy community and interview the authors. This episode is with Triona Sweeney and Debbie Sell, authors of the paper: '…
 
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