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A podcast dedicated to answering the question: What is Communication? Matt, Michelle, and Michael are all licensed and certified Speech and Language Pathologists. They break down the latest in Speech and Language Therapy, interview leaders in the field, and apply evidence based practice to their discussions.

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Ayesha Butt
37:11

Episode 79: Ayesha Butt

 

Due to Travel and Illness taking down 2 of our 3 hosts we thought we would bring you one of our favorite interviews.  2 years ago, Ayesha Butt, a pioneer in the field in Pakistan. She speaks about creating the masters program, the need for more help, and the troubles of setting up a program in her country.

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Intro Music: Please Listen Carefully by Jahzzar is licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike License.

 

Bump Music: County Fair Rock, copyright of John Deku, at soundcloud.com/dirtdogmusic

 

Closing Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

 

 

 

Speech Science Powered by: You!

May 23, 2019
Guillain-Barré Syndrome Recovery Part 2, Narratives on Autism, Battling Fake Science, and Soap Box Derby
01:16:58

Episode 78: Guillain-Barré Syndrome Recovery Part 2, Narratives on Autism, Battling Fake Science, and Soap Box Derby

 

On this week’s episode, Matt recounts his car accident while doing home health care and what it was like in the back of a police car, Michael traveled back to the big apple for family before his end of year evaluations kick in, and Michelle got to celebrate her first Mother’s Day as a mom and prepares for therapy training with horses.    Do you use people first language?  According to a recent study, people with autism may prefer to be called an autistic person.  How does that change your therapy mindset?  The measles outbreak has come on the backs of questionable and false science leading to anti-vaccine movements.  How do we in the clinical setting combat false science?  Lastly, many kids dream of driving a soap box derby car to victory.  One town is allowing children and young adults with disabilities and opportunity to achieve this dream for themselves. 

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.  On part 2 of her interview, Carly talks about recovery and what her new normal looks like.   How do you handle not being able to communicate when your job was teaching others to communicate?  What would you say to a doctor who told you your recovery chances were low?  Carly handles it like a champ!

 

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Carly Stoltenberg

https://leader.pubs.asha.org/doi/full/10.1044/leader.FPLP.23092018.72

http://www.ebshealthcare.com/blogs/slp/2014/my-ebs-journey-carly-stoltenberg

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1057840921027306/?tn-str=*F&fref=gs&dti=1057840921027306&hc_location=group_dialog

 

 

Narratives About Autism

https://pubs.asha.org/doi/10.1044/2018_AJSLP-18-0045?fbclid=IwAR3cbWxS3HK9La99SbTtF7uW-3h26C1KPeAiHAMOt4AsX1B0A6mCWTN4f_s

 

Battling Fake Science

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/mmr-vaccine-teaching-anti-vax-parents-to-trust-science/?fbclid=IwAR2aPX1kL6JqAzPpHl16cFgKbnlRexraQxLrC00efdQk6dnpVLlYZLQO9rI

 

Soap Box Derby Days

https://www.dailyprogress.com/news/state/soap-box-derby-includes-special-needs-division/article_1b0d40d6-7506-11e9-8269-3bbcfd3eb1b5.html?fbclid=IwAR3HFnS59CTuvsx5XRlsOWX-hsJeqB1VbeUkmnifxBOjvJHIGY4VJHF-TzM

 

 

Intro Music: Please Listen Carefully by Jahzzar is licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike License.

 

Bump Music: County Fair Rock, copyright of John Deku, at soundcloud.com/dirtdogmusic

 

Closing Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

 

 

 

Speech Science Powered by: You!

May 19, 2019
Guillain-Barré Syndrome Recovery, Cognitive Impacts on Motor Speech, Occupational Privilege Taxes, and Getting Outside
01:21:08

Episode 77: Guillain-Barré Syndrome Recovery, Cognitive Impacts on Motor Speech, Occupational Privilege Taxes, and Getting Outside

 

Matt, Michael, and Michelle are all back in the chairs this week.  Matt had a birthday party at Chuck E Cheese, Michael finally saw Avengers: Endgame, and Michelle is preparing to work with horses in therapy.    What impact does cognitive load have on motor speech production?  Increased cognitive processing can impede the speed in which motor production happens.  The group discuss what this may look like in therapy.  Tennessee has recently repealed 22 million dollars in taxes by removing the $400 Occupational Privilege Tax for SLPs and AuDs.  How does our multiple licensures, accreditations, and associations affect our ability to practice. Lastly, your kids are spending too much time inside.  How long should they be 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. 

 

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Carly Stoltenberg

https://leader.pubs.asha.org/doi/full/10.1044/leader.FPLP.23092018.72

http://www.ebshealthcare.com/blogs/slp/2014/my-ebs-journey-carly-stoltenberg

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1057840921027306/?tn-str=*F&fref=gs&dti=1057840921027306&hc_location=group_dialog

 

 

Cognitive Load on Executive Functioning and Motor Speech

https://pubs.asha.org/doi/10.1044/2018_JSLHR-S-17-0222

https://www.psytoolkit.org/experiment-library/stroop.html

 

Occupational Professional Licensure Taxes

https://wreg.com/2019/05/02/22m-tax-break-for-15-professions-heads-to-tennessee-gov/

https://www.forbes.com/sites/patrickgleason/2019/05/02/if-texas-is-to-keep-up-with-tennessee-lone-star-state-lawmakers-will-need-to-step-it-up/#2e8498db4e36

 

Your Kids Need to be Outside

https://1000hoursoutside.com/1/post/2019/01/children-should-be-outside-for-4-6-hours-everyday.html?fbclid=IwAR1ojSggtiJB-evuN6CZwQ4ecBTz3S97wFQk3rJrAlTRIHefslgXK_33Dj4

https://www.amazon.com/Balanced-Barefoot-Unrestricted-Confident-Children/dp/1626253730/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1548304522&sr=8-1&keywords=balanced+and+barefoot

 

Red Nose Day

https://rednoseday.org/news/red-nose-day-campaign-returns-nbc-on-may-23-2019

 

 

 

Intro Music: Please Listen Carefully by Jahzzar is licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike License.

 

Bump Music: County Fair Rock, copyright of John Deku, at soundcloud.com/dirtdogmusic

 

Closing Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

 

 

 

Speech Science Powered by: You!

May 10, 2019
Diagnostic Decisions, 1 Million Word Gap, Lego Braille, and Free Comic Book Day
01:05:13

Episode 76: Diagnostic Decisions, 1 Million Word Gap, Lego Braille, and Free Comic Book Day

 

Special guest host, the award winner and the only member of XPN to have her name on a shirt from Talking with Tech, Rachel Madel sat down with Michael and Michelle this week.  Michael on a fresh return from a trip to Boston and Matt continues to count down his days till summer break while Rachel preps for a trip to the Grand Canyon.  97% of clinicians allow standardized scores to guide their clinical decisions, but is that the best way to make the decision?  They discuss the role of the “Diagnostic Triangle.”  If you read a child 5 books a day from the day they are born, they will have heard 1.5 Million words by the time their 5.  If you don’t read to them, they may be missing over a million words.  Lego is teaching children Braille.  Lastly, this week is Free Comic Book Day (Saturday May 4th).  Summer Loehr from the SLBeeps stops in to discuss the funny books and therapy.  You should be using comic books in your therapy sessions and we will tell you where to get some free books and also why you should buy something else while you are there.    

 

 

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Show Links

Rachel Madel is a Speech-Language Pathologist, autism expert and co-host of the “Talking with Tech” podcast:

https://xceptionaled.com/podcasts/talking-with-tech-podcast/

https://www.facebook.com/rachelmadelslp

https://www.instagram.com/rachelmadelslp

https://www.rachelmadel.com/

 

Diagnostic Decisions

https://jslhr.pubs.asha.org/doi/full/10.1044/2019_LSHSS-18-0044?fbclid=IwAR2TbD-9DcufX8WF1h2JLkQ6OF4ZZtPRjszQ9y9zeAu-_hxb-0zZ8ZT8evw

 

One Million Word Gap

https://news.osu.edu/a-million-word-gap-for-children-who-arent-read-to-at-home/?fbclid=IwAR0JKsG9H0z4x6vL9tH_9w1FO_zsMtVmvSUv3s4uDpp7kx6EQOHVvh5ZalM

 

https://www.sunnyskyz.com/good-news/3235/This-Principal-Reads-Books-On-Facebook-Every-Week-To-Ensure-Her-Students-Have-A-Bedtime-Story

 

Braille Books

https://www.fastcompany.com/90338345/these-lego-bricks-have-bumps-that-teach-braille

 

Free Comic Book Day and Therapy

https://www.freecomicbookday.com/

https://www.facebook.com/slbeeps/

https://superflycomics.com/

http://cincinnaticomicexpo.com/

https://proliteracy.org/Blogs/Article/385/5-Ways-Comic-Books-Can-Improve-Literacy-Skills

 

 

 

Intro Music: Please Listen Carefully by Jahzzar is licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike License.

 

Bump Music: County Fair Rock, copyright of John Deku, at soundcloud.com/dirtdogmusic

 

Closing Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

 

 

 

Speech Science Powered by: You!

May 02, 2019
Dementia and Telephone Scams, Captioned Telephone Services, ASHA President Elect Candidate Lynn Williams
01:31:00

Episode 75: Dementia and Telephone Scams, Captioned Telephone Services, ASHA President Elect Candidate Lynn Williams

Could our ability to fall for multi-media scams be a sign for dementia?  Your ability to understand and identify phishing attempts could be directly linked to signs for future dementia.  AAA and ASHA have teamed up to create a standard for captioned telephone services.   Dr. Lynn Williams sat down with Speech Science to discuss the power of the CCCs, the future of the association, and her view on the direction it should go.  Dr. Williams also touched on how to improve awareness and advocacy in our field and what does the clinical doctorate has to do with it. 

 

 

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Email: speechsciencepodcast@gmail.com

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Captioned Telephone Services

https://www.prweb.com/releases/aaa_and_asha_issue_suggested_best_practices_for_determining_eligibility_for_captioned_telephone_services/prweb16249212.htm?fbclid=IwAR0Woz5X-cZdbbaaQUlFB2UfDbnEpS3CbRyWXsT99OkKRy9syPTrngvWUxA

 

Mandatory Personal Finance Classes

https://www.newscentermaine.com/article/news/education/personal-finance-education-may-soon-be-mandatory-in-maine-schools/97-354ea462-66d5-46f9-be54-8c7be01d2c00

 

Weakness for Scams may mean dementia

https://www.courthousenews.com/weakness-for-scams-may-be-warning-sign-of-dementia/?fbclid=IwAR0_gv8xN_YxenAYEatXULJVbq6upooSKJe4jJlphU6NyN9NLrCMwen5QBA

https://www.newsweek.com/alzheimers-early-warning-falling-scams-dementia-1394237

https://www.geek.com/culture/test-your-scam-smarts-with-online-fraud-quiz-1728543/

http://scamawareness.org/

 

 

Special Education Award

https://www.bakersfield.com/news/local-special-education-teacher-receives-teacher-innovator-award-from-henry/article_ef40b5a2-6216-11e9-bcbd-4ff6c2eb5215.html

 

Dr. Lynn Williams

https://www.asha.org/About/governance/election/Lynn-Williams/

 

 

Intro Music: Please Listen Carefully by Jahzzar is licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike License.

 

Bump Music: County Fair Rock, copyright of John Deku, at soundcloud.com/dirtdogmusic

 

Closing Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

 

 

 

Speech Science Powered by:

Special Free Tools for Speech Science Listeners

www.pearsonclinical.com/speechscience

Pearson provides a variety of assessment and intervention materials for speech and language pathologists, audiologists, and related practitioners, which can lead to greater insights, better decisions, and successful outcomes for children and adults. Our respected products include the PPVT™-5, EVT™-3, GFTA-3, GFTA-3 Spanish, KLPA-3, CELF®-5, and PLS-5.

Apr 27, 2019
Preschool and ADHD, Occupational Licensure, SLP Saturation, and ASHA President Elect Candidate Dr. Howard Goldstein, CCC-SLP
01:35:40

Episode 74:  Preschool and ADHD, Occupational Licensure, SLP Saturation, and ASHA President Elect Candidate Dr. Howard Goldstein, CCC-SLP

How young is too young for preschool?  Does sending a student to school too early lead to ADHD?  Would going to preschool for an extra year help with development of our students?  Studies show that an increased year in preschool can help children learn the soft skills needed for school.  Some states are looking at changing the Occupational Licensure requirements.  What does ASHA’s recent announcement of joining the Professional Certification Coalition mean for those of us in these states?  Is your state oversaturated with SLPs?  If you find yourself negotiating for a new job, what do you need to do?  ASHA President-Elect Candidate Howard Goldstein came on air to talk about his future for the organization, what ASHA can do to improve its image with its SLPs and AuDs, the important of evidence based practice, and what he would like to accomplish in his 3 years. 

 

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Email: speechsciencepodcast@gmail.com

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Age and ADHD

https://leader.pubs.asha.org/doi/10.1044/leader.RIB4.24032019.16

https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/adhd/diagnosis.html

https://www.nejm.org/doi/10.1056/NEJMoa1806828

 

Occupational Licensure

https://leader.pubs.asha.org/doi/10.1044/leader.AN2.24042019.64

https://www.asha.org/Advocacy/Occupational-Licensure/

https://www.profcertcoalition.org/about-pcc

https://leader.pubs.asha.org/doi/10.1044/leader.SOS.24042019.44

 

State SLP Saturation

https://leader.pubs.asha.org/doi/10.1044/leader.AAG.24042019.28

 

Howard Goldstein

https://www.asha.org/About/governance/election/Howard-Goldstein/

https://www.ashfoundation.org/

 

 

 

Intro Music: Please Listen Carefully by Jahzzar is licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike License.

 

Bump Music: County Fair Rock copyright of John Deku, at soundcloud.com/dirtdogmusic

 

Closing Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

 

 

 

Speech Science Powered by:

Special Free Tools for Speech Science Listeners

www.pearsonclinical.com/speechscience

Pearson provides a variety of assessment and intervention materials for speech and language pathologists, audiologists, and related practitioners, which can lead to greater insights, better decisions, and successful outcomes for children and adults. Our respected products include the PPVT™-5, EVT™-3, GFTA-3, GFTA-3 Spanish, KLPA-3, CELF®-5, and PLS-5.

Apr 18, 2019
ASHA Election Special
02:59:35

Episode 73:  ASHA Election Special

This is a long one.  It’s the ASHA Election Special.  Who do you vote for? Who is running? When is elections?  Elections open up for voting on April 16th.  This episode we go over the individual candidates for the positions of President-Elect, Vice President for Academic Affairs in Audiology, and Vice President for Standards and Ethics in Speech-Language Pathology.  We also offer up an in-depth interview with the candidates for Vice President for Planning: Craig E. Coleman, Kathy Coufal, and Yvette Hyter.  On behalf of Michael, Matthew, and Michelle we apologize if we made any errors when pronouncing names.  If you would like to be interviewed for your position, please email or call below.  Grab some popcorn, take a long drive, and listen as we break down the elections.

 

Email: speechsciencepodcast@gmail.com

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ASHA Elections

https://www.asha.org/About/governance/election/Board-of-Directors-Candidates/

 

President – Elect

 

Howard Goldstein

https://www.asha.org/About/governance/election/Howard-Goldstein/

Luis Riquelme

https://www.asha.org/About/governance/election/Luis-Riquelme/

A Lynn Williams

https://www.asha.org/About/governance/election/Lynn-Williams/

 

Vice President for Academic Affairs in Audiology

 

Radhika Aravamudhan

https://www.asha.org/About/governance/election/Radhika-Aravamudhan/

Jeffrey DiGiovanni

https://www.asha.org/About/governance/election/Jeffrey-DiGiovanni/

Julie Honaker

https://www.asha.org/About/governance/election/Julie-Honaker/

 

Vice President for Planning

 

Craig Coleman

https://www.asha.org/About/governance/election/Craig-Coleman/

Kathy Coufal

https://www.asha.org/About/governance/election/Kathy-Coufal/

Yvette Hyter

https://www.asha.org/About/governance/election/Yvette-Hyter/

 

Vice President for Standards and Ethics in Speech-Language Pathology

Sharon Moss

https://www.asha.org/About/governance/election/Sharon-Moss/

Wren Newman

https://www.asha.org/About/governance/election/Wren-Newman/

Sherry Sancibrian

https://www.asha.org/About/governance/election/Sherry-Sancibrian/

 

 

Intro Music: Please Listen Carefully by Jahzzar is licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike License.

 

Bump Music: The Spellbreaker by Tri-Tachyon is licensed under a Attribution License.

 

Closing Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

 

 

 

Speech Science Powered by:

Special Free Tools for Speech Science Listeners

www.pearsonclinical.com/speechscience

Pearson provides a variety of assessment and intervention materials for speech and language pathologists, audiologists, and related practitioners, which can lead to greater insights, better decisions, and successful outcomes for children and adults. Our respected products include the PPVT™-5, EVT™-3, GFTA-3, GFTA-3 Spanish, KLPA-3, CELF®-5, and PLS-5.

Apr 12, 2019
Talking with Speech Science: The AAC Accreditation Episode
01:22:31

Episode 72:  ASHA’s AAC Certification

This is a very special episode.  Talking with Tech’s Chris Bugaj and Rachel Madel stop by to discuss the ASHA recommendation for AAC Certification.  Will this be good or bad for the field?

 

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Katya Hill Interview

https://xceptionaled.com/podcasts/talking-with-tech/katya-hill-developing-an-asha-specialty-certification-for-aac/

 

ASHA Accreditation

https://www.asha.org/SIG/12/About-SIG-12/

https://www.asha.org/public/speech/disorders/aac/

https://www.asha.org/Certification/specialty/Approved-Petitioning-Groups-for-New-Specialty-Areas/

https://www.asha.org/Certification/specialty/Establish-a-Clinical-Specialty-Area/

https://www.asha.org/certification/specialty/

 

 

 

Intro Music: Please Listen Carefully by Jahzzar is licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike License.

 

Bump Music: The Spellbreaker by Tri-Tachyon is licensed under a Attribution License.

 

Closing Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

 

 

 

Speech Science Powered by:

Special Free Tools for Speech Science Listeners

www.pearsonclinical.com/speechscience

Pearson provides a variety of assessment and intervention materials for speech and language pathologists, audiologists, and related practitioners, which can lead to greater insights, better decisions, and successful outcomes for children and adults. Our respected products include the PPVT™-5, EVT™-3, GFTA-3, GFTA-3 Spanish, KLPA-3, CELF®-5, and PLS-5.

Apr 05, 2019
ASHA Elections Part 3: Dr. Yvette Hyter; Burnout, Women’s Voice; and Hearing Protection
01:42:12

Episode 71:  ASHA Elections Part 3: Dr. Yvette Hyter; Burnout, Women’s Voice; and Hearing Protection

On this episode, the crew went back to Facebook Live to start the show.  Michael, Matt, and Michelle discuss holding licensures in multiple states.  What is Burnout? How can SLPs help women be heard at work?  How loud is too loud?  Did you know there are amusement parks labeled as a Certified Autism Center, what about Sesame Street?  Michelle was able to sit down with Dr. Yvette D. Hyter.  Yvette is an ASHA Fellow, and Professor of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo.  Yvette is running for VP of Planning for ASHA. 

 

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The Unheard Female Voice:

https://leader.pubs.asha.org/doi/10.1044/leader.FTR1.24022019.44?fbclid=IwAR2giLGpLEQPt9cYhCMo_oGcrh5nZCX0B03H_5_60mB3QpK9Ga966By9E_U

 

Loud is too Loud

https://www.asha.org/News/2019/ASHA-New-Global-Recommendations-for-Safe-Listening-Are-An-Unprecedented-And-Significant-Step-In-The-Right-Direction/?fbclid=IwAR1ujEODPzBMzvOLTIzYIZeFLFu9rqZSgRIvu8n6SkjfShVYMi1-LNuIbIA

 

Certified Autism Center

https://sesameplace.com/philadelphia/help/autism-resources/?fbclid=IwAR0oCetJBStFrI6GEsPqMEYC7nVs_9Rzd6yrFL0Ht7PFvACFC80faGe7bgA

 

Burnout with ZDOGG MD

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_1PNZdHq6Q

 

https://zdoggmd.com/moral-injury/

 

 

Dr. Yvette Hyter

https://wmich.edu/speech-audiology/directory/hyter

 

https://www.asha.org/about/governance/election/

 

 

 

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Mar 30, 2019
ASHA Elections Part 2: Dr. Kathy Coufal, Presidential Attitudes, Feeding Standards, and /F/ Words
01:29:39

Matt, Michael, and Michelle discuss the news and views of the week.  This week, President Donald Trump mocked Joe Biden’s dysfluent moment by stating he had a low IQ, he did this previously to Seth Myers in 2011.  Did cooking food lead us to being able to state our favorite F and V words?  Lastly, a start date for a Dysphagia Standard is coming in less than 2 months, what does this mean for us?  Lastly, Dr. Kathy Coufal has spent her career advocating and teaching leaders in our field.  Now she is running for VP of Planning and sat down with Matt to talk about her vision for ASHA. 

 

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Cooking Food Changed our Jaws

https://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2019/03/14/703100483/did-cooking-really-give-us-the-f-word

 

Start Date for Dysphagia Standards

https://www.asha.org/news/2018/start-date-for-u-s--implementation-of-international-dysphagia-diet-standardisation-initiative-(iddsi)-announced/?fbclid=IwAR3tsT5J63tu-A8xovPnQMGGwvw407vZRjiZN9ils4kBNZ1Ljw66kzOcFXY

 

https://iddsi.org/implementation/

 

https://www.eatright.org/

 

 

Presidential Attitudes Towards Stuttering

https://westutter.org/nsa-response-to-president-trumps-tweet-re-biden/?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=Referral&utm_campaign=Mar18_19&fbclid=IwAR0zLNflMOVPlh5lRizC5LQ_Do768O-JzO-Zar4jmpviFXATSs8i4D8fLL4

 

https://www.thedailybeast.com/seth-meyers-talks-taking-on-bully-donald-trump-and-sitting-down?ref=scroll

 

https://www.stutteringhelp.org/content/shame-you-mr-trump

 

Kathy Coufal

https://www.asha.org/About/governance/election/Board-of-Directors-Candidates/

https://www.unomaha.edu/college-of-education/special-education-communication-disorders/about-us/directory/kathy-coufal.php

 

Yellow Blocks on the Sidewalk?

https://www.cnn.com/2019/03/18/world/seiichi-miyake-tactile-blocks-impact-trnd/index.html

 

 

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Mar 24, 2019
Finding Your Voice, Vaccines and Autism, Blocks or Batteries, and Dementia and TV
55:21

Episode 69: Finding Your Voice, Vaccines and Autism, Blocks or Batteries, and Dementia and TV

 

On this week’s episode, Matt has returned from OSLHA with the fellow of the association award, Michael’s study moves forward, and Michelle returns to her passion in volleyball.  Joining the trio this week is Dr. Tiffany Hogan of SAIL.  They discuss the importance of having a voice that matches the AAC or Communication device user.  The largest study to look at the potential link between the measles vaccine and autism found that there is no link.  Batteries or bricks?  How do we grow brain power?  The answer may be in the simple objects for children and 7 hobbies to help the adult brain.  Lastly, how much TV is too much TV?  Could watching TV for 3 and half hours a day result in lower brain power? 

 

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BBC One, The One Show: Finding My Voice

https://www.facebook.com/BBCOne/videos/258584498209291/?v=258584498209291&t=2

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Rupal Patel

https://bouve.northeastern.edu/bchs/directory/rupal-patel/

Avaz

https://www.avazapp.com/

 

Vaccines and Autism

https://consumer.healthday.com/cognitive-health-information-26/autism-news-51/largest-study-ever-finds-no-link-between-measles-vaccine-autism-743411.html?fbclid=IwAR2mD_XLirft_MTW0srEr4RbUeRtvq6gHdSkq9ACZK1O0hGmD0EXX6K4_Jc

 

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/11/nyregion/measles-vaccination-laws-ny.html

 

 

Blocks and Batteries

http://www.thespeechdynamic.com/why-blocks-beat-batteries/?fbclid=IwAR2MCcNVPoRW6WhwsZFL20bWnVJ0lCG8T4YrGB-2Gp1-bYfNIr8XgdhefQc

 

Hobbies to Make You Smarter

https://trulymind.org/science-reveals-7-hobbies-that-make-you-smarter/?fbclid=IwAR1f30GyOVQRA6wlW8SFYOvaGzTU434cDB5CqmXVACIj6OW9qNJ0didk1i8

 

TV and Dementia

https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/health/1095981/dementia-care-causes-watching-tv-three-and-a-half-hours-daily-study?fbclid=IwAR0btd1O2Kd3cDDJPdVcImSwI3RgdIAgQWDTtnJY4wA5mKVPzXzOOzUFq2M

 

ASHA 21 Day Challenge

https://www.asha.org/About/news/21-Day-Challenge/

 

 

Dr. Tiffany Hogan

https://www.mghihp.edu/research-research-labs-speech-and-language-sail-literacy-lab/speech-and-language-sail-literacy-lab

 

https://www.mghihp.edu/research-research-labs-speech-and-language-sail-literacy-lab/seehearspeak-podcast

 

 

 

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Mar 13, 2019
Tina Eichstadt and the Selection of the Right Assessment, Perry Flynn and the ASHA Update, Aetna Denies Claims without Reading, and Banning Productivity
01:37:36

Episode 68: Tina Eichstadt and the Selection of the Right Assessment, Perry Flynn and the ASHA Update, Aetna Denies Claims without Reading, and Banning Productivity

 

Matt, Michael, and Michelle discuss Luke Perry passing from the complications of a stroke and the impact it has on others.  Perry Flynn took time from his trip to Capital Hill to inform Speech Science Listeners what ASHA is doing for them.  Aetna Medical Director admits to never reviewing medical claims before declining to pay for them.  What role does productivity have in your setting?  An idea for an MD is to ban it completely.  Lastly, Tina Eichstadt from Pearson Assessments sits down and discusses all things about assessments.  How are they chosen, which is the best, and how do you get yours represented by Pearson. 

 

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Banning Productivity

https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2017/09/time-ban-productivity-medicine.html?fbclid=IwAR067BrPbF5rnxWHPxDb5cxQLZ_Bi36KpTzPY4JJfwcTE0uea5eeHaDkePo

 

 

Aetna Medical Director Doesn’t Read

https://www.forbes.com/sites/robertglatter/2018/02/11/former-aetna-medical-director-admits-to-never-reviewing-medical-records-before-denying-care/?fbclid=IwAR2kSuaBUm-1DNcNAr3NQtavUbImpCdcaMjD1f3dx0gGP9Cu__ybP_NMpyQ#3775ac9335e5

 

ASHA Advocacy

https://www.asha.org/advocacy/

 

Thanking My SLP

http://community.today.com/post/to-my-daughters-speech-therapist-thank-you?cid=sm_npd_td_fb_ma&fbclid=IwAR3loY0lKBPcx_ncBgCOriyhYTHVsDS9MTp_GYl_HTV4J1DnIsMcw8ubqfQ

 

 

Luke Perry courtesy of ET (Used in Free Use for Educational Purposes)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPjmLXXW60I

 

ASHA Super Bill

https://www.asha.org/uploadedFiles/ModelSuperbillAud.pdf

 

Tina Eichstadt

https://leader.pubs.asha.org/doi/10.1044/leader.SCM.21032016.32

 

https://www.pearsonclinical.com/landing/dyslexia-resources-for-educators/meet-the-team.html

 

 

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Mar 07, 2019
Craig Coleman Running for VP, AAC and AI, and Miracle Cures
01:25:26

Episode 67: On this week’s show, Michael is recovering from traveling to Denver and back, Michelle has her Kentucky Licensure, and Matt wraps up his coaching commitments.  Matt had an opportunity to sit down with Craig Coleman as he is running for VP of Planning.  Craig speaks about ABA and Speech and Language therapy, advocating for our profession, and how he sees ASHA can improve its image.  Artificial Intelligence continues to improve and learn.  Can it learn enough to help our patients with disabilities?  Is there a link between apraxia and physical differences in the brain?  Lastly, how does the hope of a miracle cure for autism impact the work we do?

 

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How People with Disabilities Are Using AI to Improve Their Lives

https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/article/people-with-disabilities-use-ai-to-improve-their-lives/?fbclid=IwAR3A5OJEz_93LpEKYtgTeO65YLXEnT_uicjfGo7gsq9CmAL3_F208zLW92U

 

http://www.voiceitt.com/why-voiceitt.html

 

Breakthrough in Apraxia

https://m.medicalxpress.com/news/2019-02-breakthrough-severe-child-speech-impediment.html?fbclid=IwAR2mTLzJnjvvqYPxaW4S8TJTy-DX1iuTZ_jEDYS0B636ibjiYWKN-3kDUSM

https://www.mcri.edu.au/about

 

Miracle Cure for Autism

https://www.nemechekconsultativemedicine.com/nemechek-protocol/

 

 

 

ASHA Elections

https://www.asha.org/About/governance/election/Board-of-Directors-Candidates/

 

 

 

 

 

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Feb 28, 2019
Stroke Survivors, Social Media, Social Communication Disorder, and Ronda Rousey
39:55

Episode 66: The new website has launched. It is www.speechsciencepodcast.com and its with the other wonderful shows of the XPN. Matt, Michael, and Michelle worked during their three day weekends. Stroke survivor Rosemary Brown stated she felt lost when she came home from the hospital. What can we do as therapists to aide patients as they transition home? Our scope of practice continues to grow larger and larger, however, are we missing social communication disorders? An ASHA article gives insight how to address this. We post on Twitter, Facebook, and others. But what should or should we not be posting on social media? The baddest woman on earth, Ronda Rousey, sits on top of the WWE title landscape. However, shes been getting “negative heat” over her promos. How does she over come her motor speech disorder?

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Stroke Survivor

https://www.expressandstar.com/news/uk-news/2019/02/18/stroke-survivor-felt-lost-when-sent-home-from-hospital/?fbclid=IwAR32LWkH0e4bDADxtsAgNq5xZd1fK5Sn1ocAPn3f9XGLH0-KL58zXiopYhs

 

Social Communication Disorder

https://leader.pubs.asha.org/doi/10.1044/leader.SCM.23042018.38?fbclid=IwAR3Tkk7rBU8x5KHHFY4Xa9MnBe6V9thcuCmSIUHDr0vNWc-mEqYo5LwA8Ro

 

Facebook is Social Media

https://leader.pubs.asha.org/doi/10.1044/leader.AAG.24022019.36?fbclid=IwAR3EA04CT9QMeylvn-6swgSIuctxEzex7Em1mUG_KCRaTYDMRVTYrfshJOY

 

Ronda Rousey

https://www.fightful.com/wrestling/ronda-rousey-reveals-she-grew-motor-speech-disorder?fbclid=IwAR2BErKTNSrlWqq8id48ddW_2j7sKHTYmf1gol9pg4u3Aosln1P8x1XWrU8

 

 

Revenge of the Sith Order 66

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Route 66, Chuck Berry

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Feb 24, 2019
Awards, Fleetwood Mac and Vocal Damage, Loan Forgiveness, and Autism and the Officers
47:10

Episode 65: This week the crew continue to make their way towards the end of the school year.  Matt was nominated as chosen as an OSLHA Fellow.  Michael continues to fine tune his research.  Michelle tracks down her licensure.  Are you part of the small percentage that has gotten a loan forgiven?  ASHA has started to help SLPs get loan forgiveness.  Fleetwood Mac Guitarist went in for emergency heart surgery and came out with vocal cord damage.  How common is this?  A Chicago man with autism was almost arrested in a hospital, but instead the officers sang and danced with him. 

 

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ASHA Fights for Your Right, to Forgive Loans

https://leader.pubs.asha.org/doi/10.1044/leader.AAG.24012019.34?fbclid=IwAR1_jqdGHRzhc8focI6MqFrxoXXloorprU2OUhO5TJLOsl1wEOBa020-TLY

 

https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/repay-loans/forgiveness-cancellation/public-service

 

 

Fleetwood Mac Guitarist with Vocal Damage

https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/lindsay-buckingham-heart-surgery-fleetwood-mac-792212/?fbclid=IwAR29O4s915Rh4MwYSSGFTVCLDnxpEzsnr3GwuIDkULJ-CWflb7avDaFy3nI

 

https://www.annalsthoracicsurgery.org/article/S0003-4975(10)63312-7/pdf

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4239699/

 

 

Go Your Own Way

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ul-cZyuYq4

 

 

Chicago Man with Autism and the Officers who Helped Him

https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/columnists/schmich/ct-met-schmich-walker-autistic-20190205-story.html?fbclid=IwAR3t_LAwbeHAtoYI_5RUcPAQ8HRmpYIfv9NzapeBeWBvYqZC1ZmrVmLRuFE

 

Striking SLPs

https://www.denverpost.com/2019/02/11/denver-public-schools-strike-disabled-teachers/

 

Sign Language and the Town

https://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2019/02/07/farragher/TEREscjAx7jPNA7RP1IQoI/story.html?event=event25&fbclid=IwAR0YcvzX5eGocuop1F3PsEtnIDaEBvORp0egmyv2Efbq1cpP7R6qGRvtXZI

 

OSLHA Awards for Matt

https://www.ohioslha.org/awards-recognitions/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Feb 16, 2019
X-Box Video Games, Data Collection, Parent Buy-In, and Reading Comprehension
50:41

Episode 64 for Speech Science.  Michael continues to work with his private practice, Michelle works on her Kentucky licensure, and Matt plays catch up from 3 calamity days in a row!  Microsoft’s big game commercial showed off their brand new controller for disabled gamers.  Are we collecting data wrong?  When do we have time to teach a topic? Parent buy in shows greater growth in late talking toddlers!  We are all, probably, teaching reading comprehension wrong.     

Feb 10, 2019
Bullying and Autism, SLP Unions, Depression and Strokes, and Snake Oil
51:14

Episode 63 finds Matt, Michelle, and Michael braving the Polar Vortex for therapy.  How do you address bullying with students with Autism?  What if the student is bullying?  Where does teasing end and bullying begin?  The link between depression and stroke are higher in female patients than male.  How do you address the mental side of rehab?  SLPs and teachers were on strike last week.  Is it time for SLPs to have a national union?  Sentence diagramming was a major part of education for years.  Now its gone.  Should SLPS focus on sentence diagramming?  Lastly, Matt had a patient bring him an advertisement that looked like a real newspaper article.  Should there be laws addressing this?  Also Happy Birthday to friend of the show and a great researcher, the Informed SLP, Dr. Meredith Harold.

Feb 01, 2019
What has ASHA Done for You Lately, Toys: Talkies or Not, Rappers with the Largest Vocabulary, and Housing
44:51

Episode 62: Matt, Michelle, and Michael bring in episode 62 with a look back on the week as Matt looks at 30+ ETRs, Michael continues his research, and Michelle works on the new state licensure. The top 10 threats to healthcare this year includes Anti-Vaxers. What impact will this have on therapy? At the age of 22 students can no longer enroll in school and must seek outside therapy. What happens if their caregivers pass, where do they live? It is super tough being a parent. Sometimes its nice to just have a few minutes of quiet time. What toys are your kids (or students) playing with? Is it stunting language growth? Lastly, how do we incorporate pop music and therapy?

Jan 27, 2019
Featuring Melanie Potock. Adventures in Veggieland, High Functioning Autism, and the Power of Oral Care
01:14:05

Episode 61: On this week’s episode, the crew dig themselves out of the massive snow storm that swept through the Midwest. Michael discusses his research project on Executive Functioning and Resiliency. Michelle and baby Speech Science work on completing her new licensure in Kentucky after moving across the country. Matt has learned the power of Pokémon. On the show, Matt, Michael, and Michelle discuss the challenges of high functioning Autism. Also, O’Hare Airport has made a fully functional bathroom for travelers with disabilities. Lastly, what’s in a toothbrush and why is Oral Care important? Featured in the interview chair this week is Melanie Potock. Melanie Potock is an SLP and pediatric feeding expert better known to her patients/families as "Coach Mel". She joined Michelle to talk about her new book called Adventures in Veggieland and her experiences as a Speech Language Pathologist. She has a wide variety of experiences as an SLP that led her to her to her work with pediatric feeding. Mel is based out of Denver, Colorado. She has authored three books and speaks internationally, helping children and their families eat healthier.

Jan 17, 2019
The Bachelor, Art and Autism, Emily Blunt Stuttering, and Failing State Special Education
52:18

Episode 60: The Bachelor, Art and Autism, Emily Blunt Stuttering, and Failing State Special Education

 

Matt, Michael, and Michelle return in for the new year.  Have you heard about Cassie the SLP on the Bachelor? Which of the 3 would make the best reality tv show contestant.  On this week’s episode, the crew discusses Emily Blunt and her history of stuttering, art and autism, and a failure in special education.   They also feature a story about an Eagle Scout helping adults with down syndrome find a job. 

 

 

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Dating SLPS

https://abc.go.com/shows/the-bachelor/cast/season-23-cassie-2019

 

Emily Blunt

https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/emily-blunt-proves-shes-real-13818244?fbclid=IwAR2c_MQsmibtkVC1zbSXUP92tOQDpCph-5vMKB4XsTM5aHTcMH2FyZKoyC0

 

Art and Autism

https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/art-for-children-with-autism/?fbclid=IwAR0iJVMZImMf5qQQXUJjDz4UZ81qE0ZnoML_rnfcLaJLhxiK0C68Y5dh78M

 

Failing State Special Education

https://www.columbiamissourian.com/news/k12_education/state-program-created-for-special-needs-students-has-failed-to/article_7d883a1a-fa34-11e8-be3f-1b4aa9075c8b.html?fbclid=IwAR1kCzKTJHe0VdoY5gKH6qYF34R52NFsuld7mnHYn8gpyLl0yz_fZ0-bP6c

 

Eagle Scout

https://www.elpasotimes.com/picture-gallery/news/2019/01/03/eagle-scout-candidate-creates-coffee-kiosk-gigis-playhouse/2477113002/?fbclid=IwAR1_Ll4QuzrP3yL0PBQhpIu_0idvbyWFmOG3LKlaISmeHxxA2f13B_L9BYA

 

Jon Peterson Scholarship:

http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Other-Resources/Scholarships/Special-Needs-Scholarship

 

 

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Jan 12, 2019
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays
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Episode 59: Mai Ling Chan, Chris Bugaj, Rachel Madel, and Matt Hott sat down for a behind the scenes podcast round table.  They talk how to build a show and the balance it takes to put a show on air.  It’s a Christmas Celebration.   

Dec 28, 2018
Multi-State Licensure, Bilingual Brains, and Loyalty Pledges
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Episode 58: Multi-State Licensure, Bilingual Brains, and Loyalty Pledges   On this week’s episode, Matt recaps his review of the musical Rent, Michael’s executive functioning study continues, and Michelle registered her cat so they can live on base.  The crew discuss the positives, and the negatives, of a multi-state licensure allowing SLPs to practice in multiple states.  How does your brain react to being bi-lingual?  Lastly, would you take a loyalty pledge to boycott another country?  What would you do if your job was on the line?  A Texas SLP found out that she is out of a job for not signing.  Also take our listener quiz and rate and review us on iTunes.    

Dec 23, 2018
AAC in the Schools, Transition Plans, and More
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Episode 57: AAC in the Schools, Transition Plans, and More   On this week’s episode, Matt questions why SLPs in the schools do not request more AAC devices.  Michelle and Michael discuss their history with working with families and their transition plans.  How does body language affect patients with dementia.  Discussion about how does deep brain stimulation helps the brain. 

Dec 18, 2018
The One with all the Hosts
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Episode 56: The One with all the Hosts   Michael, Matt, and Michelle are back in the hosts chairs.   On this week’s episode the crew discuss the impact of video games and screen time on the brain, how are we killing communication, the Salvation Army, and Apraxia. 

Dec 10, 2018
ASHA Extravaganza!
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Welcome to episode 55 the ASHA Episode.  Rachel Madel of Talking with Tech and Mai Ling Chan of Xceptional Leaders Podcast had the opportunity to interview and talk to over 60 people at ASHA.  On this week’s episode Rachel and Matt talk about ASHA, Carol Flemming the ASHA Dorothy Dryer Award Winner, and Tracy Sippl the first Xceptional Leader who created a course and now has 3 up there took time from their ASHA Convention to talk to the show. 

Nov 29, 2018
How do you plan ASHA?
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Welcome to episode 54 and a Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.  We are all still recovering so we thought we would dust off one of our favorite interviews.  Ivan Campos had the chance to sit down with Mary Casper - ASHA 2017 Convention Co-Chair for Speech-Language Pathology and Anita Vereb, Convention Co-Chair for Audiology.  What does it take to be a Co-Chair?  How long will you plan for a convention?  Ivan’s got all of the answers. 

Nov 20, 2018
To Make a Murder, Anxiety and Dementia, Camp Yes And?
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Episode 53, its ASHA week.  Mai Ling Chan (Podcaster, SLP, XceptionalED Co-Founder) joined Matt and Michelle for the week of ASHA.  The crew discuss their ASHA plans and all of the trials and tribulations of making it to Boston this week.  Also, if you are ASHA head to booth 331 and check in with Mai Ling.  You may end up on air.  If you cant make it to ASHA go to xceptionaled.com/asha18 and get a digital goody bag.  This week the crew also discuss how students that are seen in speech and language therapy need our help when dealing with authority.  Also, does Anxiety early in life lead to dementia later?  Lastly, Dr. Jim Ansaldo came on air and talks Camp Yes And.  Camp Yes And is a project of the Center on Education and Lifelong Learning, in partnership with the Indiana Resource Center for Autism at Indiana University. The 5-day summer day camp is designed to support verbal teens (ages 13-18) on the autism spectrum, or those with a similar diagnosis, who would benefit from support around building social communication skills. Camp also is a professional learning opportunity for educators – K-12 general and special educators, speech-language pathologists, school psychologists and social workers, community-based arts educators, etc.  PS its FREE!!

Nov 14, 2018
Robotics, Stuttering, and the Princial’s Principle
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Episode 52, the one before ASHA.  Michael, Michelle, and Matt come together to discuss the growing need for collaboration in the field and in the schools.    What does special education look like when administration and staff are on the same page?  Where does the line between rehab therapy and technology begins and ends?  Can a robot help in rehab?  How is stuttering affected by anxiety?

Nov 10, 2018
Episode 51: NICU Feeding, Texas Special Education Problems, and Dementia Training
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Episode 51, the episode of birthdays.  Matt had a birthday party for a two year and things were going great till the balloons popped.  Michelle didn’t have any popped balloons on her birthday this week and Michael was upset over his Giants losing.  On this week, the crew look at the communication intent of children in the NICU and how to help families feed their newborns.  Everything is bigger in Texas, including Special Education violations.  Also, how do we train families to understand what their loved ones with dementia are going through?  Lastly, we meet a candidate for Superintendent who is also an SLP.  Also hit us up with #speechscienceLife and tell us about your daily therapy. 
Oct 29, 2018
Episode 50: The iDoctor, Weed Therapy, Special Education Funding, and Emotional Support Squirrels
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Episode 50, the pod-life crisis episode is here.  On Episode 50, Dr. Kyle Karches sat down with Matt to discuss the future of AI and medicine.  The group discusses cognitive impact of mundane tasks and the impact of CBD and speech and language delays.  Also, what factor does funding have on education?  Lastly, should we be doing a better job to ensure patients are only receiving therapy that can help them?
Oct 18, 2018
Episode 49: Verbalizing from a Tongue Tie Clip, Fortnight, and IEPs
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Episode 49: Verbalizing from a Tongue Tie Clip, Fortnight, and IEPs   Matt, Michael, and Michelle discuss the implications therapists have on IEPs.  Michael, the resident expert on executive functioning, breaks down how the brain is affected by video games and Netflix.  Can clipping a tongue tie make a student verbal? 
Oct 10, 2018
Episode 48:
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Episode 48: RPM, Dementia, Apple Watches, and Clinicians   Michael, Michelle, and Matt are back.  A controversial article in the Walt Street Journal about RPM and our responses on this week’s episode.
Oct 04, 2018
Episode 47
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After a week of technical difficulties, episode 47 is being uploaded.

Sep 24, 2018
Episode 45: Lebron James’ Promise, ADHD and Video Games, Social Time and Dementia, Swimming SLPs, and Recess and Language
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Episode 45: Lebron James’ Promise, ADHD and Video Games, Social Time and Dementia, Swimming SLPs, and Recess and Language We have a new Email! Speechscience2018@gmail.com New Episode: Straw debate, week 2!  Matt still fights about the straw ban, Michele has officially finished her move across the country, and Michael educates on the link between Executive Functioning and ADHD.  The crew debates about video game addiction and the link with ADHD.  Matt struggles with allowing his son to play versus learning flash cards.  Studies show that some dementia patients get an average of 2 minutes per day for socialization.  NBA star and all around good guy, Lebron James, has created a school for troubled youth in his home town of Akron, Ohio.  The crew also fights through some technical difficulties during the recording.  
Aug 10, 2018
Episode 44: What would you do?, Housing with Autism, Nursing Home Spaces, and Medicaid Cuts
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Episode 44: What would you do?, Housing with Autism, Nursing Home Spaces, and Medicaid Cuts Baby Speech Science has arrived on the scene and after a couple weeks of recovery the group is back together!  On this week’s episode, Michael identifies a new executive functioning model, Matt is against the banning of all straws, and Michelle balances a newborn and hosting.   
Jul 27, 2018
Episode 43: ASHA Renews Vows, Blood Tests for Autism, and Dementia and the Second Amendment
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Episode 43: ASHA Renews Vows, Blood Tests for Autism, and Dementia and the Second Amendment   Michael, Michelle, and Matt come together once again to discuss topics important in our field.  Matt continues to enjoy his summer break and working home health, Michelle continues to await her new arrival, and Michael gets his practice ready for the summer rush.  
Jun 29, 2018
Episode 42: Balanced Brains, Will Smith, Hawaii and IDEA, and Talking to Your Kid
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Episode 42: Balanced Brains, Will Smith, Hawaii and IDEA, and Talking to Your Kid   This week’s episode features a little bit of everything
Jun 21, 2018
Episode 41: Rapid Prompting Method: ASHA Position Statement and Reactions
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Episode 41: Rapid Prompting Method: ASHA Position Statement and Reactions   Rapid Prompting Method is a technique some have stated is nothing but facilitated communication in a new skin and while others believe RPM is the latest and the greatest. 
Jun 09, 2018
Episode 40:
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Episode 40: Adult Articulation and Intelligibility, Homeopathic Medication, Summer Plans for Students with Autism, and IEPs Gone Wrong This week’s episode Lucas pops in to let everyone know what is happening over at Talking with Tech.  Michael and Michelle wrap up their clinical work and Matt continues in the schools for two more weeks. 
Jun 03, 2018
Episode 39
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On this weeks episode Michael, Michelle, and Matt discuss aurel vs Yanny and helping unsolicited therapy, CHIP Funding, Tech and Depression, ASHA Advocacy, and Dysphagia in Schools 
May 29, 2018
Episode 37: IEP Goal Writing, Boy Scouts, Girls With Autism
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Episode 37: IEP Goal Writing, Boy Scouts, Girls With Autism Michelle is safely back on the ground and joins the crew for this weeks discussions, live from the Buckeye state.  Matt recaps his week of therapy and coaching T-Ball, while Michael and Luke continue to bring their knowledge from their private practices.   
Apr 26, 2018
Episode 36: Stroke Recovery, Stem Cell Research, Dementia Risks of Sitting, and a new look at Pitt-Hopkins Research.
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Episode 36: Stroke Recovery, Stem Cell Research, Dementia Risks of Sitting, and a new look at Pitt-Hopkins Research.   
Apr 19, 2018
Episode 35: Dementia, Special Education, Autism, and Apps
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Speech Science is back!  Michelle Wintering and Michael McLeod join Lucas Steuber and Matt Hott for the next era in the Speech Science Podcast.  On this week’s episode the crew discuss ways to keep family members with dementia safe by using GPS.   
Apr 10, 2018
Episode 34: Jake Greenspan
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Feb 18, 2018
Episode 33
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This week on Speech Science, the crew return following the winter break.  Matt's voice is almost gone, but Luke, Theresa, and special Guest Erik Raj hold the show together.   National trends show that Autism diagnosis may not be on the rise.  How true is this data?  What are some national trends for therapy? The group uses their expertise to try and figure that out.   Dementia affects everyone.  Terry Jones, of Monty Python fame, is another celebrity that can shine a light on the disease.  What are some current therapy models available?    
Jan 10, 2018
Episode 32: The Young Family
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This week on Speech Science, the crew was once again live on Youtube and answering questions during the first half of the show.  Matt got hit by cow, Ivan presented on Speech Science, Dr. Sandiford recounts her TSA experience, and we learned Lucas has family ties to professional bull riding. 

 

The topics for discussion include a substitute teacher claims a student is a terrorist and how do we prepare our students for the public perception they may perceive based on color, race, or religion. 

 

Lastly, the Young family sat down with Ivan this week to discuss their family and the role they have raising a student with autism. 

Dec 20, 2017
Episode 31: Dr. Givona Sandiford, Melodic Based Communication Therapy, Dementia and Aspiration
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Theresa Richard, host of Swallow Your Pride, sat down to keep Ivan, Lucas, and Matt in line while episode 31 went live on Facebook.  The group battles off their Thanksgiving food hangovers.
Nov 29, 2017
Episode 30: Dr. Billy T. Ogletree, ASHA Convention Responses, A Night of Too Many Stars, Autism on TV
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Episode 30, the crew attempt to go live on Facebook for the first time and it was a success.  The group is recovering from the ASHA Convention in Los Angeles.  The group also debates how many times do you see someone before you don’t have to say hello to them, sparked by people doing laps on the ASHA floor.  Matt continues to push to raise awareness this November for the Movember Foundation. 
Nov 23, 2017
Preview of Things to Come/The Road So Far
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We here at Speech Science hope you had a great time at ASHA.  We will be returning soon to continue our goal to bring you the best information in the easiest way to understand it.  Make sure you find all of our past interviews at podcast.speechscience.org
Nov 14, 2017
Episode 29: ASHA Convention C0-Chairs Mary Casper and Anita Vereb, Missed Therapy Time, Mandatory Reporting, and Autism in Comics.
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Kevin English, in charge of the brand new Speech Science Store, joins the crew from out in San Francisco.  The group recounts their weeks as Ivan, Lucas, and Kevin prepare to go to ASHA while Matt prepares for the start of the High School Bowling season that the coaches for. 

What do you do when you cant see your students for therapy time?  In New York, 48,000 students missed part or all of their targeted therapy time.  Do we give too much or not enough therapy time to the students?  When you do you discharge a student from your caseload?

What does being a mandatory reporter mean?  In Michigan, a teacher has been charged with taping a student’s mouth shut while other kids are having their arms handcuffed together.  What causes you to report abuse?

Ivan had the chance to sit down with Mary Casper - ASHA 2017 Convention Co-Chair for Speech-Language Pathology and Anita Vereb, Convention Co-Chair for Audiology.  What does it take to be a Co-Chair?  How long will you plan for a convention?  Ivan’s got all of the answers. 

Lastly, representation in comics is important.  From persons of color to different sexuality, comic books are finding ways to diversify their audiences and the heroes on the page.  Focus, the super hero with autism, comes to represent an underrepresented audience. 

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Nov 08, 2017
Episode 28: Kristie Knickerbocker, Discharge of the Voice Patient, Maintenance of good Voice, Voice Acting, and Augmented Reality, and Teal Pumpkins o...
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Rachel Madel, Talking with Tech Co-Host, sits down and brings her wisdom to the group.  Matt saw the Shinning for the first time ever, Ivan, Lucas, and Rachel discuss their favorite Halloween Movies.  How well do you know the voices of your favorite movies, tv shows, and video games?  The crew discusses the risks of using your voice as your job.  Also what risks exist for these actors when something goes wrong? How does things such as augmented reality and virtual reality develop language?  Virtual reality and augmented reality can create a safe space to practice language skills.  Kristie Knickerbocker from A TEMPO Voice Center sits down for her Return of the Jedi of Voice Podcasts in part 3 discussing the discharge and maintenance of a good voice.    This week, Kristie gives information on how to protect the vocal folds during Halloween and what causes the Halloween workers to lose their voice.  Kristie answers questions about how long should you keep a patient? (Hint, your 12-18 visits is way too long)  What are some good carry over exercises?  Can we bill and keep a patient for maintenance? Special Thanks to Taco Truck and FreddyKruegerFiles on Instagram for allowing us to use the SlashStreet Boys new song “Slashing Bodies on this Halloween Episode.  https://www.speechscience.org/speechsciencepodcast/ Rate and Review here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/speechscience-org-podcast/id1224862476?mt=2&ign-mpt=uo%3D8
Oct 31, 2017
Episode 27: Kristie Knickerbocker, Treatment of Voice
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Michael McLeod sits down in the fourth chair to verbally joust with Matt and Lucas while Ivan was out on assignment.  Kristie Knickerbocker returns for the sequel to her well received Evaluation of Voice with Treatment of Voice. Bill Gates recently has donated 1.7 billion dollars to help fund new and innovative ways to teach in the classroom.  However, should public education rely on personal donations and contributions to fill the gap?  Are there better ways to balance public and private financing of education? President Donald Trump and Education Secretary Betsy Devos on Friday October 20th rescinded 72 documents related to special education.  Lucas disagrees with the department’s excuse which was that the articles were out of date.  What will the impact be on students and those that work with them? Kristie Knickerbocker from A TEMPO Voice Center sits down for part 2 of her trifecta on voice.  This week the treatment of voice disorders in and out of the clinic.  Kristie speaks about the essential tools to carry in your voice treatment kit and how to use them.  The importance of objective data and requesting for appropriate referrals and how it impacts therapy is discussed.  Also, how long should you see a patient? 4, 8, 24 sessions?  Kristie explains her theory and motto behind this.   Emily Cohen brings another Playing with Purpose to the crew, this time centered around Bath Time.  What are you doing in the bath to promote language? Emily breaks it down for everyone.    
Oct 25, 2017
Episode 26: Kristie Knickerbocker, Evaluation of Voice Disorders, Videostroboscopy, Strokes Linked to Coffee, and Language Differences in Boys and Gir...
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On this week’s episode, Matt, Lucas, and Ivan tackle pop culture in Speech Science and Kristie Knickerbocker sat down to discuss voice evaluations.   
Oct 18, 2017
Episode 25: Vanessa Rentschler, Audiology and ASHA’s CCC vs the AAA, Hearing Aid Distribution, FM systems, Tracking Software for Students, and AOL Ma...
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Ivan and Matt fly doubles this week.  Ivan continues to make a difference at the preschool in which he works while Matt recovers from a week of therapy by recounting Blade Runner 2049. The dynamic duo discuss the application of student tracking devices.  The devices can be worn around the wrist, on the shoe, or around the neck.  They are supposed to help families incase a loved one wanders away.  Are there other opportunities that they can be used? AOL Instant Messenger leaves this mortal plane on December 15.  Over the years, AIM taught the world to text, use emojis, type in short hand, and post cryptic yet truthful away messages.  AIM also gave a voice to the voiceless.  The students or adults who were too afraid or unable to speak naturally found their voices online.  AIM in a way was another form of AAC.  What sort of lasting effects does AIM leave for the future of tech devices for students and adults using AAC? Vanessa Rentschleder sat down with Lucas to discuss all of the finer points of Audiology.  Discussions of ear cleaning to ear injuries and everything in between.  Vanessa also speaks about why she is a card carrier of both ASHA CCCs and the AAA.  Hearing aid distributers and FM systems and the proper place and purpose are also discussed.   Rate us on iTunes.  https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/speech-science/id1224862476?mt=2  
Oct 10, 2017
Episode 24: Multicultural Affairs. Minority Student Leadership Program, Student to Empowered Professional (STEP) program, the Mandela Effect, & cognit...
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Theresa Richard, from Swallow Your Pride, joins the guys for a round table discussion.  It’s been two weeks since the group sat down together.  Lucas has more car mishaps, Matt worked a comic book convention, Ivan attended his first ever hockey game, and Theresa does her best to keep the group on topic.     
Oct 03, 2017
Episode 23: AAC After Work
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  This week, Lucas high-jacks the podcast to feature three of the many presentations from AAC After Work.  YappGuru’s Mai Ling Chan worked with Lucas Steuber and Caroline Musselwhite to help produce a wonderful CEU event.  The 3 we have picked out for you this week are as follows: demos of aided language stimulation, a tongue in check exploration of the definition of AAC along with historical background and practical application, and a moving lecture on the truth that nonverbal does not mean nonintelligent.  Full intermission videos can be found on the Speech Science Roku Channel.    Lastly, Playing With a Purpose focuses on the simple task yet language complex toy, bubbles.  Emily Cohen brilliantly discusses ways to continue to build language using only bubbles. 
Sep 27, 2017
Episode 21: Bob Cunningham, Vice President, Products and Development, Tobii
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The group recounts their weeks as Matt met Superbubz the first grade who graduated high school, Lucas has made it through the week without wrecking another car, and Ivan continues to do good work in the preschools.  For this week’s topics, the falling sales of Legos as compared to the rise of tablets and the inclusion of eye gaze software into all situations.    Legos have suffered from the rise of touch screens but they are not going away.  Legos in the therapy room can be a very highly effective tool in working with students with Autism and all students.    As large tech companies purchase eye gaze software, the opportunities to use them continues to rise.  Lucas offers his take on the use of eye gaze software being able to be used on tablets and home computers.    This week is also the return for week 3 of Playing With Purpose.  Emily Cohen discusses the importance of outside play for the growth of language and how to use it appropriately including building an out    Sitting down with Lucas Steuber is Bob Cunningham.  Bob talks about his history with AAC and how he became associated with Tobii.  Bob also describes the future of AAC and Eye Gaze.   When a competitor releases a new product, Bob discusses the response within Tobii.   Lastly, Speech Science supports ASHA’s call to arms to continue funding for early hearing detection in NICUs and deliveries. 
Sep 12, 2017
Episode 19: Armani Williams, NASCAR Driver
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Dr. Meredith Harold of the Informed SLP, joins the crew for the round table discussion.  This is the last week to register to win the year subscription for IEPpal at www.speechscience.org/speechsciencepodcast . Matt tries to convince the group that wrestling and NASCAR are appropriate to speech therapy, while Lucas took one of his student skydiving thanks to the folks at iFly.  Topic 1 for discussion focused on parents having to juggle the logistics of raising a student with disabilities.  The crew discuss ways that can help families cope in and out of the school system and retailer Target is introducing sensory friendly clothing and Smart Knit Kids has a line as well.  The second topic for discussion is focused on a study linking dementia to a lack of sleep and the proper amount of sleep required for the brain to function.    Joining the group for a sit down interview is NASCAR Driver Armani Williams .  Armani, NASCARs first driver diagnosed with Autism, discusses his rising career in NASCAR, working with Autism, and his plans to be a spokesperson for Autism.  Armani Williams is a 17-year-old, Detroit-based professional NASCAR driver currently racing in the NASCAR Pinty’s Series of Canada in the #28 Dodge for Canada’s Best Race Team (CBRT).
Aug 29, 2017
Episode 18: Donna Edwards, MS CCC-SLP
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Episode 18: Don’t forget to sign up for a chance to win a year subscription from IEPpal at www.speechscience.org/giveaway. Up for discussion this week are news articles about new ways to identify autism in females and over the counter hearing aids.  Sitting down for an interview this week, is Donna Edwards.  Edwards is a former OSLHA president, current professor at Baldwin-Wallace University, and she also sits on the ASHA Government Relations and Public Policy Board.  She speaks about the importance of feeding and dysphagia therapy both in clinical settings and in the school position.  She also speaks about the personal side of being on the other end of therapy and career changes within the scope of speech and language pathology. 
Aug 22, 2017
Episode 17: Kelly Ibañez, MS CCC-SLP, a bilingual speech language pathologist
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Episode 17: Don’t forget to sign up for a chance to win a year subscription from IEPpal at www.speechscience.org/giveaway.  For discussion this week, the crew discuss a new study about the link of music to autism and the largest study on autism.  Students in Oklahoma have speech therapy put on hold due to funding difficulties and a program to help identify differences versus disorders in English Language Learners.  This week Ivan sat down with Kelly Ibañez, MS CCC-SLP, a bilingual speech language pathologist serving culturally and linguistically diverse individuals in Los Angeles, CA. Her clinical interests are bilingual language acquisition and public outreach. She creates and disseminates resources related to bilingual language acquisition on her website, The HOLA Blog (www.theholablog.com).
Aug 15, 2017
Episode 16: Dr. Meredith Harold, PhD-SLP, The Informed SLP
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Episode 16: On the podcast, Speech Science has its first guest host Theresa Richard.  Theresa Richard jumps into the rotating chair and comes with some high credentials as the host of the newest podcast to join the Speech Science Network, Swallow Your Pride and www.mobiledysphagiadiagnostics.com .  The group talks about Jeanie Gaffigan’s modified anniversary meal plans, dysphagia in the schools, and a Dutch dementia village.  Dr. Meredith Harold, PhD-SLP, from the Informed SLP (http://www.theinformedslp.com) joined the Speech Science crew to discuss the importance of evidence based research to drive therapy.  
Aug 08, 2017
Episode 15: Leah Helou, PHD, CCC-SLP, Voice Therapy in Transgender Clients
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On this weeks episode of Speech Science, Luke is still in the great white north.  Ivan and Matt discuss Telepractice, both positive and negative, and a way for students in Pittsburgh to gain an AAC device.  Leah Helou, PhD, CCC-SLP, sat down with Ruchi Kapila, MS, CF-SLP and Chandru Vittal to discuss voice therapy and its effects on the Transgender Population.   
Aug 01, 2017
Episode 14: Susan Berkowitz, AAC
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On Episode 14, the crew discuss Matt’s trip to the Brickyard 400, Luke is live from an iceberg, John McCain’s brain cancer scare, and why Dads should read bed time stories. Susan Berkowitz joins the crew this week to break down the latest and greatest in the field of AAC.
Jul 25, 2017
Episode 13: Dr. Keith Wolgemuth
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Episode 13: The Speech Science crew dispels 10 speech and language myths, discuss the shaping of pureed foods, and descant on the genetic components of pragmatic language skills.  Joining the group on episode 13, is Keith Wolgemuth.  Wolgemuth is a rehabilitative-audiologist who's the director of the SLPD program at Loma Linda University.  Wolgemuth talks about how he bridges the worlds of audiology and speech language pathology. 

Jul 18, 2017
Episode 12: Dr. Maria Muñoz
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On this week’s episode, the crew discuss a segregated school for students with disabilities, using drones to track children and adults with cognitive deficits, and actors with disabilities.  Dr. Maria Muñoz joins the show to discuss bilingual aphasia and treatment, evidence based practice, and coordinating ASHA SIG 14. 

Jul 11, 2017
Episode 11: Heidi LoStracco, Speak for Yourself
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This week on Speech Science, the crew discuss voice rest after Adele and Mayim Bialik are shut down due to vocal stress and the crew discuss therapy in Latino families.  Also this week, Speech Science had the opportunity to sit down and speak with Heidi LoStracco founder of Speak for Yourself.

Jul 04, 2017
Episode 10: Janice Wright, Ohio University Supervisor
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The Speech Science Podcast has made it to episode number 10.  On this week’s episode, the guys talk about the appropriation of special education funds and the push for men in the field.  Also the crew is joined by Janice Wright, Ohio University Supervisor.  Janice discusses Ohio University’s SLP graduate student trip to Botswana, her time in the field, and how to prevent lifers in the speech therapy realm.   

Jun 27, 2017
Episode 9: Perry F. Flynn, MEd, CCC-SLP, ASHA Vice President for Planning
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On this week’s episode of Speech Science, the crew discuss the Nest Classroom Trend and ways to help children with Autism Succeed in the classroom.  The crew become heated when talking about the lack of scientific proof behind Facilitated Communication and RPM.  Then ASHA Vice President for Planning, Perry Flynn, sat down to speak with Speech Science.  Perry talks about the future for ASHA and the road thus far. 

Jun 20, 2017
Episode 8: Kottke
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This week on Speech Science Podcast Episode 8, the Speech Science Crew had the opportunity to speak with Daniel Kottke.  Kottke was an early employee at Apple.  Kottke speaks briefly about his time at Apple, his relationship with Steve Jobs, and the future of technology.  The Speech Science crew discuss dementia detection, speech therapy for screen addiction, and social anxiety in students with Autism.  

Jun 13, 2017
Episode 7: Ayesha Butt Part 2
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This week on Speech Science the topic of paying interns/externs while they are in grad school.  Part 2 of the Ayesha Butt interview, a leader in the SLP field in Pakistan.  Lastly a way to fight burn out in the field.  

Jun 06, 2017
Episode 6: Ayesha Butt
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This week, Matt and Lucas discuss the gender language of fathers, an SLP in Winnipeg working with accent modification, and the importance of advocacy in the field. The interview this week is with Ayesha Butt, a pioneer in the field in Pakistan. She speaks about creating the masters program, the need for more help, and the troubles of setting up a program in her country.

May 30, 2017
Episode 5: Williams
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This week, the Speech Science crew discuss fidget spinners in the classroom, working collaboratively with other services, and the ASHA initiative for the Steve Gleason Act. This week's interview is with The Sleeper Hit podcast host, writer, producer, and roller derby athlete Meryl Williams. Williams discusses her hearing loss and the effects it had on her career.

May 23, 2017
Episode 4: ASHA Election Special
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This week the Speech Science crew spoke with 2 of the three candidates for Vice President of Speech-Language Pathology Practice, Craig Coleman and Gregory Lof (Marie Ireland was unable to be scheduled at this time). The Speech Science crew also discussed the current issue of over the counter hearing aides, what babies hear in the womb, and if you should you use cotton swabs in your ears (you shouldn't).

May 16, 2017
Episode 3: Aziz Khalaf Almayahe
59:42

This week, the Ivan, Lucas (live from an art show), Chandru, and Matt discuss screen time for children and tantrums in children with autism.  Lucas had an opportunity to sit down and speak with Aziz Khalaf Almayahe, a language researcher in Iraq.  

May 09, 2017
Episode 2: Edward Taub and Gitendra Uswatte
01:00:21

The 4 hosts come together to discuss SpeechScience.org . One fundamental question for therapists is how to ensure generalization. How do we make sure our patients use the skills they learn in the therapy room when they leave the clinic and enter the outside world? Edward Taub and Gitendra Uswatte speak with us about a new assessment that measures the generalization of spoken language in people with aphasia.

May 02, 2017
Episode 1: Mike Skiados
56:25

Mike Skiados, CAE, is Director, Membership., for the American Speech-Language Hearing Association and a powerful advocate for the growth of the field. In this inaugural episode of our podcast, he was kind enough to speak at length about his role, the organization's plans for promoting diversity, and overall strategic initiatives for the coming year. Thanks a lot to mike for his time - and we can't with to see what's coming from the organization in the coming years!

Apr 26, 2017