40: A Crash Course in Telepractice for SLPs - Sarah Lockhart, MS, CCC-SLP
Show Notes: SLPNow.com/40 - In this podcourse, Sarah shares her experience as a teletherapist. She provides a realistic overview of the benefits and challenges of telepractice and shares a variety of practical tips, strategies, and wisdom to benefit SLPs who work in this setting and/or SLPs who are considering making the switch.
5 Mar 2020
5: How to Implement the Cycles Approach - Shannon Werbeckes, MS, CCC-SLP
Show Notes: SLPNow.com/5In this course, participants will be presented with practical, evidence-based strategies to implement the Cycles Approach and facilitate meaningful outcomes for students with phonological disorders.
7 Jun 2019
4: How to Use Books in Therapy
Show Notes: SLPNow.com/4In this course, Marisha discusses how she uses books in speech therapy and how this five-step process has facilitated meaningful and functional outcomes for her students. She shares strategies to select high-quality books and how to use those books when targeting a variety of speech and language goals. Relevant evidence and practical demonstrations will be provided to show SLPs how they can implement evidence-based strategies when targeting goals using literature.
30 May 2019
31: Practical Tips for Treatment of Childhood Apraxia of Speech - Amy Graham, MS, CCC-SLP
Show Notes: SLPNow.com/31In this podcourse, Amy Graham shares tips and strategies that speech-language pathologists can use when treating students with childhood apraxia of speech. Amy discusses the importance of incorporating the principles of motor learning and shares practical tips for implementation.
12 Dec 2019
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24: A Crash Course in Classroom-Based Service Delivery for SLPs - Lyndsey Zurawski, SLPD, CCC-SLP
Show Notes: SLPNow.com/24In this podcourse, Dr. Lyndsey Zurawski gives SLPs a crash course in classroom-based service delivery. SLPs will walk away with practical tips and strategies to “push in” to classrooms and successfully collaborate with teachers.
17 Oct 2019
17: How to Tackle Oral-Facial Exams - Amy Graham, MS, CCC-SLP
Show Notes: SLPNow.com/17In this podcourse, Amy Graham shares tips and strategies that speech-language pathologists can use when completing oral-facial examinations. Amy discusses the importance of giving an oral-facial exam and how it can help us identify or rule out structural and/or functional impairments than may contribute to speech errors. She also describes what to look for, strategies for successful administration, and how to analyze the results.
29 Aug 2019
27: A Crash Course in Literacy for SLPs - Corey Pollard and Mikayla Storey
Show Notes: SLPNow.com/27In this podcourse, Corey and Mikayla from Ascend SMARTER Intervention break down the literacy processing triangle for SLPs. They discuss the SLP’s role in literacy and provide practical strategies that SLPs can use to support a student’s literacy development.
7 Nov 2019
SPECIAL EPISODE: Teletherapy from EI to High School: Practical Applications and Resources (Panel Discussion From Teletherapy Bootcamp)
Click here to access the full 7-hour bootcamp and earn ASHA CEUs!Panelists: Michelle L. W. Dawson, MS, CCC-SLP, CLC; Andrea M.Szwabowski, M.H.S., CCC-SLP/L; Marisha Mets, MS, CCC-SLP; Carrie Clark, CCC-SLP; Jessi Andricks MS, CCC-SLP; Lauren Tandy, MS CCC-SLPThis panel of presenters discussed teletherapy, the essential and best practices for EI to High School related services.
28 Mar 2020
6: A Crash Course on the Complexity Approach for Rapid Intelligibility Gains - Jennifer Taps Richard, MA, CCC-SLP
Show Notes: SLPNow.com/6Numerous peer-reviewed studies have demonstrated that treating complex sounds and sequences leads to more efficient gains in overall intelligibility for children with phonological disorders. In this podcourse, participants will be presented with practical, evidence-based strategies to implement the complexity approach and facilitate efficient changes in intelligibility and meaningful outcomes for students with phonological disorders.
13 Jun 2019
14: Where to Start with Fluency Therapy - Lauren Haines, MS, CCC-SLP
Show Notes: SLPNow.com/14In this podcourse, Lauren Haines from Busy Bee Speech shares practical strategies for evaluating and treating preschool and school-age children who stutter. With a focus on facilitating more meaningful outcomes for students, SLPs will walk away with practical tips and strategies to use when working with students who stutter.
8 Aug 2019
28: Where to Start with Phonological Awareness - Corey Pollard and Mikayla Storey
Show Notes: SLPNow.com/28In this podcourse, Corey and Mikayla from Ascend SMARTER Intervention break down phonological awareness for SLPs. They describe the phonological awareness hierarchy and provide practical strategies that SLPs can use to support a student’s phonological awareness in therapy.
14 Nov 2019
26: Tips for Success with Social Language Groups with Anna Vagin, PhD, CCC-SLP
Show Notes: SLPNow.com/26In this podcourse, Anna Vagin shares strategies for success with social language groups. From grouping students to implementing engaging therapy activity ideas, Anna breaks down the process and shares real life examples to help SLPs plan for their social language groups.
31 Oct 2019
29: How to Target Phonological Awareness Goals - Nicole Allison, MS, CCC-SLP
Show Notes: SLPNow.com/29In this podcourse, Nicole Allison shares strategies that SLPs can use when targeting phonological awareness in therapy. With a focus on practical implementation, SLPs will walk away with a variety of tools to easily assess, write goals, and develop treatment activities for students with phonological awareness goals.
21 Nov 2019
33: Evidence-Based Strategies for Grammar Intervention
In this course, participants will be presented with strategies to identify relevant grammar targets and effectively use these targets in therapy. Participants will review the relevant evidence and will be provided with practical demonstrations of how to implement evidence-based strategies when targeting grammar goals.
16 Jan 2020
34: How to Target Early Grammar Goals in Therapy
In this podcourse, Marisha shares therapy plans to target a variety of early grammar goals (e.g., mean length of utterances, nouns, verbs, pronouns) in the context of a literacy-based therapy unit.
23 Jan 2020
9: How to Target Basic Concepts in Speech Therapy
Show Notes: SLPNow.com/9In this episode, Marisha reviews the evidence related to the assessment and treatment of basic concepts. Participants will be given practical demonstrations and tips for application throughout the course.
5 Jul 2019
15: Tackling Stuttering Treatment with Special Populations - Stephen Groner, MS, CCC-SLP
Show Notes: SLPNow.com/15In this podcourse, Stephen Groner shares practical strategies that SLPs can implement when treating children who stutter--with a focus on special populations. SLPs will walk away with practical strategies that they can use when treating children with concurrent intellectual disabilities and children who are bilingual.
15 Aug 2019
30: How to Address Communication Attitudes with Children Who Stutter - Kristin Chmela, M.A. CCC-SLP BCS-F
Show Notes: SLPNow.com/30In this podcourse, Kristin Chmela discusses the role of counseling when working with students who stutter. SLPs will walk away with practical tips and strategies to navigate communication attitudes with confidence.
5 Dec 2019
23: How to Rock Your School Year Pt. 6: Teacher Communication Strategies
Full Course: SLPNow.com/rockIn this course, Marisha shares practical strategies to help speech-language pathologists navigate the first few weeks of the school year and set themselves up for success. With a focus on facilitating more meaningful outcomes for students and streamlining the therapy planning process, SLPs will walk away with practical tips and strategies to "work smarter" in their speech therapy sessions.
10 Oct 2019
7: How to Implement the Complexity Approach
Show Notes: SLPNow.com/7In this podcourse, Marisha describes how she implements the complexity approach in a case study format. She shares specific assessment tools and treatment ideas so that SLPs can easily implement these evidence-based strategies with their caseloads.
20 Jun 2019