Today on the Real Talk SLP podcast, I wanted to talk about the ups and downs of finding relevant, engaging and practical professional development for the busy SLP.
Today on the podcast, I have my friend Nicole Allison from Allison’s Speech Peeps on the show.
A little over a year ago, Nicole wrote about a post that was very personal to her heart. She opened up about her journey with getting her middle child, Declan evaluated for a speech and language disorder.
In episode #6, Real Talk SLP interviews Jenn Westmoreland from Crazy Speech World. We had a great discussion about how to deal with outrageously, big caseloads. So many SLPs are faced with a large caseload. Many have asked administration for support. Some get the support and others are left to manage unruly caseload sizes. Jenn […]
In this episode of the Real Talk SLP, Felice interviews Rachael Baethge from Texas Speech Mom. Rachael is a traveling SLP that primarily works with preschool aged students. She travels from site to site to see her students. During this interview, Rachael shares about the pros and cons of being a traveling SLP. We both […]
In this episode of the Real Talk SLP, Felice interviews Whitney Smith from Let’s Talk With Whitney SLP. Whitney is a school based SLP who works with children from preschool to 5th grade. During this interview, Whitney shares about why she uses curriculum based materials and themes in her therapy. Plus, she tells SLPs how […]