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Ep. 42- 3 Tips for Collaborating with Colleagues

Hey Hey SLPs! Have you ever tried to collaborate with a colleague and it got off to a rocky start? Wondering how to start implementing collaborative services, but not sure how to approach staff with some ideas? In this episode, you will hear 3 tips for how to build collaborative relationships with colleagues that are successful.

 Tip: If you are wondering what collaborative services are, listen to episode 41.

 

In this episode you’ll hear:

  • How to approach the staff member when they have a minute to actually think and be present with you.

  • How to define the roles of the collaboration and how you will communicate

  • Don’t try to force your way into the classroom. Build trust. It’s not always a great time to want to implement something new…..when the teacher gets a bunch of new students, staff aids are always out, etc.

 

 

Speech Retreat Session Topic: Push-In Therapy for Moderate-Severe Classrooms

 

Speech Retreat July 17th – virtual PD 

 

Grab your ticket by June 7th and get a swag box delivered to your door the week leading up to the Speech Retreat.

 

We have 8 amazing speakers and each attendee gets $40 of digital materials and 6 CMH hours. 

 

Grab your ticket here:

July 17th Virtual Speech Retreat 

Ep. 41 Collaborative Service Models

Hey Hey SLP Rockstars! In today’s episode, you will learn about the different types of collaborative services you can implement with students on your caseload to help them make more progress on their goals. We will break down these services so you can better understand which models you can use.

 

In this episode you’ll hear:

  • Pull out model- when the SLP is addressing areas of need in a small group setting outside the classroom environment.
  • A consultation or a coaching model- this is where the SLP is discussing strategies with the teacher to implement in the classroom
  • A coaching model- the SLP may come in the classroom to model a strategy or skill. 
  • One teach, One float- the classroom teacher is teaching the lesson and the SLP is “pushing in” to observe a student.
  • Co-Teaching- the SLP and the classroom teacher plan together and carry out a lesson

 

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Speech Retreat Session Topic: Push-In Therapy for Moderate-Severe Classrooms

 

Speech Retreat July 17th – virtual PD 

 

Grab your ticket by June 7th and get a swag box delivered to your door the week leading up to the Speech Retreat.

 

We have 8 amazing speakers and each attendee gets $40 of digital materials and 6 CMH hours. 

 

Grab your ticket here:

July 17th Virtual Speech Retreat 

Ep. 40 SLP Awards of 20-21

“And the award goes to…” 

Hey Hey Hey SLPs. This week’s episode celebrates YOU!! You made it! Whew…20-21 was a challenging year, so let’s reward all the efforts that made it happen! SLPs created these awards from my Instagram post, and  song suggestions  were also added to describe the year. Tune in for a fun recap of 20-21 from the SLP point of view! 

 

Speech Retreat Session Topic: Push-In Therapy for Moderate-Severe Classrooms

 

Speech Retreat July 17th – virtual PD 

 

Grab your ticket by June 7th and get a swag box delivered to your door the week leading up to the Speech Retreat.

 

We have 8 amazing speakers and each attendee gets $40 of digital materials and 6 CMH hours. 

 

Grab your ticket here:

July 17th Virtual Speech Retreat 

Ep. 39 Three Myths of Push-In Therapy

Ep. 39 Three Myths of Push-In Therapy

Hey, Hey, Hey SLPs. This week we’re going to be talking about three myths of push in therapy. So you might be in one of three camps, you might be thinking what in the world is push-in therapy, or everyone keeps talking about this push- in therapy, but I have no idea what it is. You might also be in the camp where push-in is not my style. Or you might be in the third camp where you know about push-in therapy. You love doing push- in therapy for your caseload and you wish everybody was on board with push-in therapy. So, wherever you’re at, I’m going to do a little mythbusting here today to talk about how to think about push-in therapy and approach it for your caseload.  

 

in this episode: 

You’ll hear

  • Myth #1 – pull out therapy is bad
  • Myth #2 – I do push-in therapy. I go in during a rotation and do a lesson
  • Myth #3 – there isn’t enough opportunities to make it effective

Blog Posts Mentioned

Blog Posts Mentioned about Collaborative Services and Push-In Therapy: Collaborative Services Can Support Your Students How to Set Up Your Push-In Services

Speech Retreat Session Topic: Push-In Therapy for Moderate-Severe Classrooms

 

Speech Retreat July 17th – virtual PD 

 

Grab your ticket by June 7th and get a swag box delivered to your door the week leading up to the Speech Retreat.

 

We have 8 amazing speakers and each attendee gets $40 of digital materials and 6 CMH hours. 

 

Grab your ticket here:

July 17th Virtual Speech Retreat 

Ep. 38 Using Jokes in Speech Therapy with Deborah Brooks

Knock, Knock….Who’s there? It’s Deborah Brooks sharing how SLPs can use jokes in their therapy sessions! Deborah will show how jokes can bring an element of comic relief and even bond you to your students. Whether you are already out of school, or looking for some material to help you push through these last few weeks, you are sure to find it this week! 

 

in this episode: 

You’ll hear

  • Age appropriate jokes and how they can help SLPs target therapy goals
  • Results of using jokes in therapy
  • Where to find jokes and materials for your SLP sessions.

Stay Connected with Deborah

Website: www.deborahbrookscccslp.com

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Ep. 37 Collaborating with OT’s on Your AAC Assessment

Ep. 37 Collaborating with OT’s on Your AAC Assessment

Hey Hey SLPS! In this week’s episode, Mara Jonet and Annabeth Knight from The Fanny Pack Therapist join Felice to talk about AAC Assessment. This OT | SLP duo are an interdisciplinary team passionate about collaborative care, AAC/AT, and a minimalist therapy approach. Mara and Annabeth are friends in real life and share a passion for the 90s! These ladies came up with the idea of The Fanny Pack Therapist because they believe you can minimize therapy supplies and be more efficient! 

 

in this episode: 

You’ll hear

  • How to approach and assess AAC assessments collaboratively
  • Best resources to use for AAC Assessment
  • Tips for SLPs to consider during an AAC assessment from an OT perspective

Stay Connected with Mara and Annabeth 

Stay in touch with Mara and Annabeth:

Website: https://fannypacktherapist.wixsite.com/blog

Instagram: @thefannypacktherapist

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