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Join Speech-Language Pathologist: Michelle Dawson, MS, CCC-SLP, CLC for First Bite - Fed, Fun and Functional Resources for the Pediatric SLP. Each episode is available for .1 ASHA CEUs through SpeechTherapyPD.com. If you're a SLP who has more questions than answers when it comes to treating your medically complex/fragile pediatric patients, this podcast is for you! Michelle offers her own unique insights and interviews colleagues that are experts in their respective fields with the goal of i ...
 
Talking Teletherapy is a limited weekly webinar series and podcast. The hosts and guests dissect the ins and outs of teletherapy for Speech-Language Pathologists. Each episode dives into new topics with expert guests to help equip therapists with all the skills needed to succeed in this rapidly changing environment. Each Talking Teletherapy webinar is registered for .1 ASHA CEU and free for basic and professional subscribers of SpeechTherapyPD.com
 
Spill the OT Podcast is a judgement-free zone to spill all of the tea about OT, PT, and SLP. We talk to REAL therapists out in the field to learn about the ups, downs, and everything in between. No topics are off limits! Let's chat salary, medicare, student loans, the good, the bad, all things therapy. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/spilltheot/support
 
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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…
 
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…
 
Guest: Erin Forward, MSP, CCC-SLP, CLC - Today on the First Bite Podcast we are running through some very important information for our community and listeners! We will be tackling the subject of ethics for Pediatric Feeding Disorders and going over some of the new PFD codes that have been introduced. We also offer some helpful examples and implica…
 
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…
 
Guest: Bianca Roe, OTD, OTR/L, RDN, LDN, CLC - Bianca Roe is a Doctor of Occupational Therapy and Clinical Pediatric Registered Dietitian, and has almost a whole alphabet worth of letters behind her name! She is a certified OTD, OTR/L, RDN/LDN, and CLC working in the PFD space and we have her on the show today to unpack exactly what that means, how…
 
Guest: Memorie Gosa, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BCS-S - Seven weeks after we obtained access to the new PFD ICD-10 codes, the annual ASHA Convention will host its very first PFDs Feeding and Swallowing track. To honor this monumental event, today we are joined by Memorie Gosa who served as the chair of the inaugural 2021 Pediatric Normal and Disordered Feedin…
 
Guests: Cup of Councel - Today we have a special roundtable conversation dealing with helpful case studies, and are joined by the three wonderful hosts of the Cup of Council Podcast! Amy Gundlach, MA, CCC-SLP, Katie Joyner Robinson, MA, CCC-SLP, and Brittany Schultz, MA, CCC-SLP sit down with us and share some enlightening experiences that you are …
 
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…
 
Guest: Breanne Dalton - Complications that arise from issues in the gut are plentiful and complex, something that we in the world of feeding disorders are all too familiar with. Here on the show today to share about her work and own journey with digestive problems is Breanne Dalton from the University of Southern Mississippi! The life-altering firs…
 
Guest: Sucheta Kamath - As SLP’s, we tend to focus on our specific area of expertise; language or speech production or cognition, for example. However, our guest on the show today, the wonderful Sucheta Kamath, believes that this lack of a big picture perspective is problematic and that there is a better way to do things. Sucheta has focused her ca…
 
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 …
 
Guest: Erin Forward, MSP, CCC-SLP, CLC - This is our 164th episode and until now we have not had an episode dedicated to our backstory, and some of the silly things that also make up who we are, so we decided to spend today answering some of your questions and helping our audience getting to know us a little better! We still find some time for some…
 
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.…
 
Guest: Kimberly Delude, MA, CCC-SLP - As SLPs, there is only so much that we can do in the short weekly sessions we have with our patients. That is why the activities that kiddos do outside of our therapy rooms are so important to their speech and language development. The research on this is clear, but there is a major time lag between research an…
 
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 …
 
Guest: Dr. Kelly Farquharson - Scientists now know more than ever about dyslexia, but there are still a lot of misconceptions about this common learning difference. In this episode of the First Bite Podcast, we are debunking some popular myths surrounding dyslexia and language-based learning disabilities with today’s special guest, Dr. Kelly Farquh…
 
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…
 
Guest: Brianna Emanuel, MC, CCC-SLP - Children who use personal AAC devices face a unique challenge on the playground. When playing outside with their classmates, taking an AAC device with them means that device can easily get broken or lost but, without it, they have no means to communicate with their friends or teachers. Today’s guest set out to …
 
Guest: Erin Forward, MSP CCC-SLP, CLC and Karen McWaters, MOT, OTR/L - In today’s show, Erin and Michelle are joined by Karen McWaters to discuss the very important topic of interprofessional collaboration. Healthcare professionals generally tend to silo themselves in their own disciplines, and according to the Autism Research Journal, there are fo…
 
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 …
 
Guest: Dr. Kristen West, M.A., CCC-SLP - In today’s episode of First Bite, we are delighted to welcome back Dr. Kristen West, M.A., CCC-SLP, to discuss her work as an SLP in public schools. Kristen is an assistant professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Edinboro University in Pennsylvania and is currently also pursuin…
 
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…
 
Guest: Megan Branham, LMSW - In the past thirty years, our knowledge of trauma and its effects have progressed significantly, but there is still plenty of research that needs to be done to further deepen our understanding. In today’s episode of First Bite, we get together with Megan Branham to discuss adverse childhood experiences, known as ACEs. W…
 
Guest: Dr. Georgia Malandraki, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BCS-S - As we continue this amazing journey through our tricky yet important field, we are joined today by a real leader from the field! Dr. Georgia Malandraki, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BCS-S, is an associate professor of Speech Language and Hearing Sciences at Purdue University and a Board-Certified Specialist…
 
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