SLP Full Disclosure

Med Travelers, AMN Healthcare

The SLP Full Disclosure podcast is an exploration of the speech therapy field, built for SLPs to expand their knowledge while having fun along the way. Each episode, Jennifer Martin MS, CCC-SLP, sits down with Speech Pathologists from across the world of speech-language pathology to discuss their experiences in the field and tips they have to offer. Join us to dive into a variety of topics like goal writing, creating effective treatment plans, transitioning settings, teletherapy, and conducting assessments!

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On this packed episode, we talked with an SLP for whom our topic is close to home. Special guest, Laura Baskall Smith MA, CCC-SLP, joined us to discuss childhood apraxia of speech and dysarthria—sharing her unique experience treating her daughter’s apraxia, ways to plan treatment for childhood apraxia of speech, important resources for SLPs to implement in apraxia treatment, and more. This show is made possible by Med Travelers. If you’re interested in exploring a career in allied travel, visit: https://www.medtravelers.com/getting-started/become-an-allied-traveler/to learn more about the nationwide opportunities they have to offer!We Discuss(0:00) Show introduction and Laura’s career background (9:41) Treating your child’s apraxia of speech (20:36) Defining apraxia of speech as an SLP (24:33) Early signs of apraxia of speech (34:22) SLP assessments for diagnosing childhood apraxia of speech (50:01) Teaching kids with childhood apraxia to advocate for themselves (52:46) Planning treatment for childhood apraxia of speech (1:01:31) Important resources for treating childhood apraxia (1:04:09) Understanding pediatric dysarthriaAbout Laura Baskall Smith MA, CCC-SLPLaura is a 2014 graduate of Apraxia Kids Boot Camp, has completed the PROMPT Level 1 training, and the Kaufman Speech to Language Protocol (K-SLP). She is the author of Overcoming Apraxia and has lectured throughout the United States on CAS and related issues. Currently, Laura is a practicing SLP specializing in apraxia at her clinic A Mile High Speech Therapy in Aurora, Colorado.Where to Find Laura Online:InstagramWebsiteFind Us On Website - https://www.medtravelers.com/slpfulldisclosure/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/slpfulldisclosure/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/slpfulldisclosure/Apple Podcasts – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosureappleSpotify – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosurespotifyAbout the ShowProducer – Jonathan Cary Assistant Producers – Katie Schrauben & Sam MacKay Music & Editing – Aidan Dykes Powered by Med Travelers

Nov 22

1 hr 18 min

On this episode, we discussed early intervention and play-based therapy with an SLP who knows how to connect with the children she works with. Special guest, Tiffany Vuong MS, CCC-SLP, details her journey to working in early intervention, the important role of play-based therapy with children, incorporating parents and caregivers into therapy sessions, and more. This show is made possible by Med Travelers. If you’re interested in exploring a career in allied travel, visit: https://www.medtravelers.com/getting-started/become-an-allied-traveler/to learn more about the nationwide opportunities they have to offer!We Discuss(0:00) Show introduction and Tiffany’s career background (12:12) Pursuing early intervention speech therapy(18:39) The important role of play-based speech therapy with children (22:35) The benefits of early intervention for speech and language disorders(28:57) Understanding play-based speech therapy (34:01) Incorporating routines into early intervention speech therapy(35:41) Adapting when a child is not engaging in therapy(39:07) Incorporating parents and caregivers into therapy sessions (46:38) Resources for early intervention SLPsAbout Tiffany Vuong MS, CCC-SLPTiffany is a Speech-Language Pathologist who specializes in early intervention for children between birth and age 3. She works closely with parents to increase their children’s communication skills, which ultimately creates a more harmonious family life at home. Tiffany is also the creator of Talk Tea Speech, which is a brand that raises awareness for early intervention and overall wellness for parents & SLPs!  You can find her on all social media platforms on Instagram and her website talkteaspeech.com.Find Us On Website - https://www.medtravelers.com/slpfulldisclosure/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/slpfulldisclosure/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/slpfulldisclosure/Apple Podcasts – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosureappleSpotify – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosurespotifyAbout the ShowProducer – Jonathan Cary Assistant Producers – Katie Schrauben & Sam MacKay Music & Editing – Aidan Dykes Powered by Med Travelers

Nov 8

53 min

On this episode, we unpacked the difficult and somewhat unknown Parkinson’s Disease. Special guest, Sierra Corbin MS, CCC-SLP, brought her expertise to the forefront, discussing speech therapy practices with Parkinson’s Disease clients, understanding the onset of Parkinson’s, different treatment methods for Parkinson’s, and more. This show is made possible by Med Travelers. If you’re interested in exploring a career in allied travel, visit: https://www.medtravelers.com/getting-started/become-an-allied-traveler/to learn more about the nationwide opportunities they have to offer!We Discuss(0:00) Show introduction and Sierra’s career background (12:21) Starting a Parkinson’s Disease voice therapy practice (17:04) Speech therapy with Parkinson’s Disease clients (20:04) Understanding the onset of Parkinson’s Disease in patients (22:39) The Early Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease (28:45) Involving family in Parkinson’s treatment (30:05) Determining the causes of Parkinson’s Disease(31:40) The Speak Out treatment program for Parkinson’s Disease (40:08) First steps for treating Parkinson’s Disease (46:02) Knowing when to discharge Parkinson’s Disease patients(47:59) Advice for SLPs interested in working with the Parkinson’s Disease PopulationAbout Sierra Corbin MS, CCC-SLPSierra began her path in speech-language pathology as a volunteer with ShelterCare in Eugene, Oregon, mentoring a survivor of traumatic brain injury. She has since expanded her career and expertise, earning a master's degree, completing an internship in a Primary Stroke Center hospital, and working for several years in skilled nursing facilities. Sierra currently works at the University of Oregon's Communication Disorders and Sciences program, supervising graduate students and implementing community programs.Where to Find Sierra Online:Oregon Speech Therapy WebsiteInstagramFind Us On Website - https://www.medtravelers.com/slpfulldisclosure/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/slpfulldisclosure/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/slpfulldisclosure/Apple Podcasts – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosureappleSpotify – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosurespotifyAbout the ShowProducer – Jonathan Cary Assistant Producers – Katie Schrauben & Sam MacKay Music & Editing – Aidan Dykes Powered by Med Travelers

Oct 25

58 min 27 sec

On this episode, we had the opportunity to speak with a private practice SLP all about working with preschoolers. Special guest, Chanel Blaylock MS, CCC-SLP, taught us to bring out our inner child, discussing working with preschoolers vs. other age groups, preschooler speech therapy activity ideas, involving caregivers in speech therapy, and more. This show is made possible by Med Travelers. If you’re interested in exploring a career in allied travel, visit: https://www.medtravelers.com/getting-started/become-an-allied-traveler/to learn more about the nationwide opportunities they have to offer!We Discuss(0:00) Show introduction and Chanel’s career background (9:27) Working with preschoolers vs. other age groups (12:22) Transitioning to private practice as an SLP(14:17) A Day in the life of a private practice SLP (21:36) Activity ideas for speech therapy with preschoolers (27:43) Implementing a reward system with preschoolers (34:03) Incorporating caregivers into speech therapy with preschoolers (42:30) Mentoring new SLPs in the field (45:43) What’s next for Chanel?About Chanel Blaylock MS, CCC-SLPChanel is the owner and leading speech pathologist at The Speech Boutique. Chanel’s passion is to help preschoolers unlock their speaking superpowers! Chanel is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she received both her bachelor's and master’s degrees in Speech and Hearing Science. Before starting her entrepreneur journey with The Speech Boutique, Chanel spent five years working in various school systems in the Raleigh North Carolina, Dallas, Texas, and Washington DC areas as a Speech-Language Pathologist.http://www.thespeechboutique.com/https://www.instagram.com/speechboutique/Find Us On Website - https://www.medtravelers.com/slpfulldisclosure/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/slpfulldisclosure/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/slpfulldisclosure/Apple Podcasts – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosureappleSpotify – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosurespotifyAbout the ShowProducer – Jonathan Cary Assistant Producers – Katie Schrauben & Sam MacKay Music & Editing – Aidan Dykes Powered by Med Travelers

Oct 11

50 min 32 sec

On this episode, we brought in the Dabbling Speechie to dive into push-in speech therapy in schools. Special guest, Felice J. Clark MS, CCC-SLP, shared her wisdom about effectively pushing into the classroom, discussing the collaborative functions of push-in therapy, building trust with teachers, push-in activity ideas, and more. This show is made possible by Med Travelers. If you’re interested in exploring a career in allied travel, visit: https://www.medtravelers.com/getting-started/become-an-allied-traveler/to learn more about the nationwide opportunities they have to offer!We Discuss(0:00) Show introduction and Felice’s career background (8:43) Understanding the collaborative functions of push-in therapy(16:10) Knowing when to use push-in therapy vs. pull-out therapy (21:31) Building trust with teachers for push-in therapy (33:54) Push-In Therapy activity Ideas for school SLPs (46:07) Planning push-in therapy with aides and support staff(49:26) Finding inspiration for push-in therapy activities(52:17) What’s next for Felice?About Felice J. Clark MS, CCC-SLPFelice has been working as a school-based speech pathologist since January 2007. She is the owner and author of the website, The Dabbling Speechie, and the podcast, Real Talk SLP. Felice has experience working with preschool to high school-aged students—specializing in articulation, language, and social pragmatic disorders in the elementary and middle school settings. She has presented at both her state and national speech and language association conventions and has a passion for sharing practical therapy ideas, strategies, and resources that align with current research and engage students in their learning. Where to Find Felice Online:The Dabbling Speechie WebsiteInstagramReal Talk SLP PodcastFind Us On Website - https://www.medtravelers.com/slpfulldisclosure/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/slpfulldisclosure/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/slpfulldisclosure/Apple Podcasts – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosureappleSpotify – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosurespotifyAbout the ShowProducer – Jonathan Cary Assistant Producers – Katie Schrauben & Sam MacKay Music & Editing – Aidan Dykes Powered by Med Travelers

Sep 27

58 min 54 sec

On this episode, we had the privilege to welcome a clinician who has worked both as a social worker and school psychologist during her career. Special guest, Renee Larson, MSW, NCSP, shared her journey through both disciplines, outlined effective communication practices between SLPs and school psychologists, offered her self-care advice for school clinicians, and more. This show is made possible by Med Travelers. If you’re interested in exploring a career in allied travel, visit: https://www.medtravelers.com/getting-started/become-an-allied-traveler/to learn more about the nationwide opportunities they have to offer!We Discuss(0:00) Show introduction and Renee’s career background(8:11) Pursuing a school psych career as a social worker (13:06) Role difference between a School Psych and School Social Worker 15:43(15:44) The role of a School Social Worker (21:49) Effective communication between SLPs and School Psychologists (26:09) Approaching student evaluations as an interdisciplinary team (33:26) Discussing the use of the Discrepancy Model in schools(37:33) Common misconceptions about School Psychologists(40:55) Self-care advice for school professionals About Renee Larson, MSW, NCSPRenee has worked for many years providing mental health services to children and families as well as working for school districts as both a school social worker and a school psychologist. She has worked directly for school districts as an employee and has worked as a contracted provider—most recently, working with AMN Healthcare for three years, as a consultant to the schools team. In her current role, she is the mental health program specialist assisting districts and providers with servicing the mental/behavioral health and special education needs of students ages 3-21. Renee is also the mother of two adult children and the proud gramma of her 5-year-old grandson.Find Us On Website - https://www.medtravelers.com/slpfulldisclosure/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/slpfulldisclosure/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/slpfulldisclosure/Apple Podcasts – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosureappleSpotify – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosurespotifyAbout the ShowProducer – Jonathan Cary Assistant Producers – Katie Schrauben & Sam MacKay Music & Editing – Aidan Dykes Powered by Med Travelers

Sep 13

46 min 14 sec

On this special edition of 5 Ideas in 30 Minutes, we turn up the fun in discussing activities for preschoolers and young children! Sure to keep your kiddos smiling, the speech therapy activity ideas include creating an obstacle course, balloon activities, moving therapy outside the classroom, and more. This show is made possible by Med Travelers. If you’re interested in exploring a career in allied travel, visit: https://www.medtravelers.com/getting-started/become-an-allied-traveler/to learn more about the nationwide opportunities they have to offer!We Discuss(0:00) Introduction (4:44) Idea #1: Create an obstacle course or scavenger hunt (12:00) Idea #2: Group centric sequencing activities(17:38) Idea #3: Balloons!(22:52) Idea #4: Move therapy outside the classroom (26:48) Idea #5: Incorporate water into therapy Find Us On Website - https://www.medtravelers.com/slpfulldisclosure/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/slpfulldisclosure/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/slpfulldisclosure/Apple Podcasts – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosureappleSpotify – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosurespotifyAbout the ShowProducer – Jonathan Cary Assistant Producer – Katie SchraubenAssistant Producer – Sam MacKay Music & Editing – Aidan Dykes Powered by Med Travelers

Aug 16

34 min 26 sec

On this episode, we had the opportunity to dive into a very timely topic as we move forward as a society from the COVID pandemic. Special guest, Emily McNeil, LPC, BC-DMT, CIMI, EMDR cert., IMH-E MC®, joined us to share her perspective on returning to a new normal—offering insights on reentry anxiety in adults and children, using vicarious resilience as a coping skill, self-care strategies for reentry, and more. This show is made possible by Med Travelers. If you’re interested in exploring a career in allied travel, visit: https://www.medtravelers.com/getting-started/become-an-allied-traveler/to learn more about the nationwide opportunities they have to offer!We Discuss(0:00) Episode introduction and Emily’s career background (6:04) Returning to a new normal after COVID(13:43) Reentry anxiety after COVID(20:18) Reentry anxiety in children (25:44) Finding a balance between calmness and anxiety (28:54) Vicarious resilience as a coping skill 32:30(35:08) Utilizing vicarious resilience in speech therapy (41:03) Using vicarious resilience in your SLP practice(50:48) Showing resilience vs. telling (55:49) Additional coping skills for reentry anxiety (01:04:23) Explaining anxiety to children About Emily McNeil, LPC, BC-DMT, CIMI, EMDR cert., IMH-E MC®Emily is a Licensed Professional Counselor and is endorsed as an Infant Mental Health Clinical Mentor, with clinical expertise in infant mental health, particularly with infants and families who have been discharged from the NICU; maternal pre-and peri-natal mental health; trauma, including secondary trauma; adoption/foster care; and developmental delay. She co-developed a form of trauma-informed creative arts therapy known as Neuro-Relational Creative Arts Therapy. Emily owns The Mariposa Center for Infant, Child, and Family Enrichment, a pediatric mental health clinic in Denver, Colorado. In addition to her clinical practice, Emily guest teaches frequently at the university level and provides local and national trainings on the topics of secondary trauma, infant mental health, early childhood and family trauma, reflective practice, and creative arts therapy. She provides reflective consultation and supervision to individuals and organizations. Emily co-founded the Adams County NICU Task Force and Team and is a member of the leadership council for Newborn Hope’s NICU Consortium and a faculty member of WonderBabies.Find Us On Website - https://www.medtravelers.com/slpfulldisclosure/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/slpfulldisclosure/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/slpfulldisclosure/Apple Podcasts – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosureappleSpotify – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosurespotifyAbout the ShowProducer – Jonathan Cary Assistant Producer – Katie SchraubenShow Notes – Sam MacKay Music & Editing – Aidan Dykes Powered by Med Travelers

Aug 2

1 hr 13 min

We can’t believe it! We’ve officially reached our 50th episode of SLP Full Disclosure. To celebrate this special milestone, we put our very own host, Jennifer Martin MS, CCC-SLP, on the hot seat with a Q&A session run by our producer, Jonathan Cary. We covered a whole slew of topics based on listener-submitted questions, including overcoming imposter syndrome as an SLP, the best gifts to get your CF Supervisor, favorite guest moments on the podcast so far, and much more! This show is made possible by Med Travelers. If you’re interested in exploring a career in allied travel, visit: https://www.medtravelers.com/getting-started/become-an-allied-traveler/to learn more about the nationwide opportunities they have to offer!We Discuss(0:00) 50th episode introduction and outline of the question and answer(4:07) Question #1 – Jennifer’s inspiration to become an SLP(8:17) Question #2 – Overcoming imposter syndrome as an SLP(18:25) Question #3 – Jennifer’s most embarrassing moment(s) as an SLP(21:43) Question #4 – Jennifer’s top tips for a successful Clinical Fellowship(28:31) Question #5 – The best gifts to get your CF Supervisor(31:58) Question #6 – Jennifer’s advice for potential travelers(36:14) Question #7 – Teletherapy in a school(38:19) Question #8 – The podcast topic Jennifer has felt the least prepared for(40:53) Question #9 – Jennifer describes Jonathan in 5 words(43:54) Question #10 – Favorite guest moments on the podcast so far(47:05) Question #11 – What’s next for SLP Full DisclosureFind Us On Website - https://www.medtravelers.com/slpfulldisclosure/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/slpfulldisclosure/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/slpfulldisclosure/Apple Podcasts – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosureappleSpotify – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosurespotifyAbout the ShowProducer – Jonathan Cary Assistant Producer – Katie SchraubenShow Notes – Sam MacKay Music & Editing – Aidan Dykes Powered by Med Travelers

Jul 19

53 min 5 sec

This show is made possible by Med Travelers. If you’re interested in exploring a career in allied travel, visit: https://www.medtravelers.com/getting-started/become-an-allied-traveler/to learn more about the nationwide opportunities they have to offer!We Discuss(0:00) Show introduction and Amanda’s background(11:49) Amanda’s private practice clinic, Project Speech (24:40) Amanda’s nonprofit, Project Speech International (36:50) The inspiration behind starting a nonprofit(43:34) How SLPs can get involved with Project Speech (45:33) The business side of a nonprofit(52:43) The future of Project Speech & Project Speech International About Amanda Puentes MS, CCC-SLPAmanda is the founder of Project Speech (private practice in Boynton Beach, FL) and Project Speech International (nonprofit helping families in Belize and the Dominican Republic). She has extensive experience as an SLP working with the pediatric population in both English and Spanish. Amanda attended the University of South Florida for both her undergraduate and graduate degrees, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. She has worked in both the US and in Latin American countries providing speech therapy to children with a variety of diagnoses, as well as providing training to professionals while promoting sustainable practices.Where to find Amanda online:InstagramClinicNonprofitFind Us On Website - https://www.medtravelers.com/slpfulldisclosure/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/slpfulldisclosure/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/slpfulldisclosure/Apple Podcasts – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosureappleSpotify – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosurespotifyAbout the ShowProducer – Jonathan Cary Assistant Producer – Katie SchraubenShow Notes – Sam MacKay Music & Editing – Aidan Dykes Powered by Med Travelers

Jul 6

1 hr 1 min

On this episode, we had a very informative conversation about teletherapy resources for the major platforms—Google Meet and Zoom—along with some alternative options. Our special guest, Katie Walters MA, CCC-SLP, used her wide-ranging speech therapy experience to share her favorite activities, websites, and extensions, including Web Paint for Google Meet, Boom Cards for Zoom, Universal Design for Learning (UDL), and more. This show is made possible by Med Travelers. If you’re interested in exploring a career in allied travel, visit: https://www.medtravelers.com/getting-started/become-an-allied-traveler/to learn more about the nationwide opportunities they have to offer!We Discuss(0:00) Show introduction and Katie’s background(12:10) The basics of using Google Meet as a teletherapy platform (24:41) Using Google Meet with a Chrome Remote Desktop(27:13) The Web Paint extension on Google Meet(29:47) The Annotate Meet extension on Google Meet(32:46) Ultimate SLP for Zoom teletherapy(34:51) Boom Cards for Zoom teletherapy (37:34) Simply Speaking for Zoom teletherapy(40:05) Epic Books for Zoom teletherapy(42:55) Universal Design for Learning (UDL) resources(46:36) Jam BoardsAbout Katie Walters MA, CCC-SLPAfter leaving her previous career in theater, Katie got her CF in both a school setting and a private clinic in Florida. She knew she wanted to experience as many different areas as possible in the field to find her niche, so she sought out work in every setting afterward. She did PRN work at an inpatient rehab hospital, worked at an SNF, worked on the assistive technology team with a school district and with self-contained classrooms at the high school, PRN work in acute care, SLP for elementary students, SLP for self-contained medically fragile classrooms and Autism support classrooms, teletherapy for elementary, middle, and high school students, and on—everything but Home Health. Her therapy areas of interest are working with students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing, Assistive Technology, and Neuro-Cognitive impairments (congenital or acquired), but she loves it all. Katie currently lives in Knoxville, TN with her husband and two pups, Rosie, and Gracie. She loves hiking, walking/playing with the dogs, digging in the dirt, and planting flowers; just being outside. She hopes to travel again, soon!To learn more about Katie’s amazing resources, explore these websites and tutorials:Web PaintUltimate SLPEpic BooksPear DeckGoogle SlidesJam Board TutorialChrome Remote DesktopSnap&Read, CoWriter, and Word BankSimply SpeakingAutism Internet ModulesBoom CardsAnnotate MeetFind Us On Website - https://www.medtravelers.com/slpfulldisclosure/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/slpfulldisclosure/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/slpfulldisclosure/Apple Podcasts – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosureappleSpotify – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosurespotifyAbout the ShowProducer – Jonathan Cary Assistant Producer – Katie SchraubenShow Notes – Sam MacKay Music & Editing – Aidan Dykes Powered by Med Travelers

Jun 21

51 min 21 sec

This show is made possible by Med Travelers. If you’re interested in exploring a career in allied travel, visit: https://www.medtravelers.com/getting-started/become-an-allied-traveler/to learn more about the nationwide opportunities they have to offer!We Discuss(0:00) Show introduction (3:20) Introduction to Chantrell and her career background(12:17) Born leaders vs. developed leaders (14:05) The characteristics of a good leader (19:07) Advice for SLPs interested in leadership roles (23:07) What it means to be a servant leader (27:15) Tips for giving and receiving feedback (40:10) Handling disagreements like a leader (45:14) Learnings from being a female in leadership (53:11) Leadership advice Chantrell would give her younger selfAbout Chantrell Goodgames, MAOM, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, LDSSChantrell is the Director of Leadership and Enterprise Training for AMN Healthcare. She’s responsible for all Leadership Development and enterprise-wide development programs, including New Team Member Orientation, LEAD, IGNITE, Emerging Leader, and our LinkedIn Learning partnership, amongst other leadership development efforts. Chantrell comes to AMN from Southwest Airlines, where she evolved their high-potential and executive development programs and processes. Chantrell holds a Bachelor of Journalism degree from The University of Texas at Austin and a Master of Arts degree in Organizational Management/Human Resources from Dallas Baptist University.Personally speaking, Chantrell has been married to her husband, Ken, for 19 years. They enjoy fishing, playing word games, and taking day trips. They have two children —Trey, 16, and Gabby, 14. Snow (Miniature Schnauzer), Asher (Yorkipoo), and Deena (Cane Corso) round out their family.Find Us On Website - https://www.medtravelers.com/slpfulldisclosure/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/slpfulldisclosure/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/slpfulldisclosure/Apple Podcasts – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosureappleSpotify – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosurespotifyAbout the ShowProducer – Jonathan Cary Assistant Producer – Katie SchraubenShow Notes – Sam MacKay Music & Editing – Aidan Dykes Powered by Med Travelers

Jun 7

1 hr 5 min

This show is made possible by Med Travelers. If you’re interested in exploring a career in allied travel, visit: https://www.medtravelers.com/getting-started/become-an-allied-traveler/to learn more about the nationwide opportunities they have to offer!We Discuss0:00 Show introduction 4:35 Introduction to Rose and her SLP career journey10:20 Deciding to pursue a career as a BCBA (Insta)14:57 Bridging the gap between SLPs and BCBAs 19:51 Rose’s private practice, ABA Speech 26:17 The responsibility of SLPs for patient progress30:04 Working in schools vs. private practice 33:57 Working primarily with the autism population 37:29 Resources for teletherapy with autism patients 42:10 Involving caregivers into teletherapy sessions46:46 Incorporating behavior into speech therapy About Rose Griffin MA, CCC-SLP, BCBARosemarie Griffin, MA, CCC/SLP BCBA, is an ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist, Board Certified Behavior Analyst, and Product Developer. She divides her time between a public school and her own private practice, ABA SPEECH. She is passionate about helping individuals with autism find their voice and become more independent communicators. This passion has driven her to create her own business - ABA SPEECH—where she provides ASHA-approved courses, the Autism Outreach podcast, therapy materials, and free resources for parents and professionals alike. Where to find Rose online:Her InstagramHer WebsiteFind Us On Website - https://www.medtravelers.com/slpfulldisclosure/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/slpfulldisclosure/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/slpfulldisclosure/Apple Podcasts – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosureappleSpotify – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosurespotifyAbout the ShowProducer – Jonathan Cary Assistant Producer – Katie SchraubenShow Notes – Sam MacKay Music & Editing – Aidan Dykes Powered by Med Travelers

May 24

58 min 55 sec

This show is made possible by Med Travelers. If you’re interested in exploring a career in allied travel, visit: https://www.medtravelers.com/getting-started/become-an-allied-traveler/to learn more about the nationwide opportunities they have to offer!We Discuss0:00 Introduction to Belinda and her career background 12:25 Belinda’s introduction to teletherapy19:23 Belinda’s inspiration to start creating her own teletherapy materials24:39 The learning process for creating your own teletherapy materials 26:15 Brainstorming ideas for teletherapy materials30:09 What goes into creating a new teletherapy activity36:51 Getting started with creating your own teletherapy materials42:25 Belinda’s personal and professional evolution as an SLP46:13 Advice for new SLP teletherapists51:43 Belinda’s goals for the futureAbout Belinda V. Givens MA, CCC-SLPBelinda has been an American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) certified Speech-Language Pathologist for 14 years. She has spent the past five years working as a teletherapist with school-aged children. She is a member of ASHA’s Special Interest Group for Telepractice (SIG 18) and is a proud recipient of ASHA’s ACE Award for 2019. Belinda earned her M.A. from the University of Central Florida and obtained an endorsement in Reading while studying for her master’s degree. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with a minor in Education from Florida State University. She is the creator and owner of BVG SLP, which specializes in creating digital speech, language, and literacy resources for use within teletherapy platforms or face-to-face therapy. She is passionate about literacy and has written three children’s books. When she is not working, Belinda is the mother of three amazing young boys and the proud wife to her awesome husband. She currently resides with her family in Central Florida.To learn more about Belinda’s books and resources visit:Her WebsiteHer Teachers Pay Teachers StoreHer Boom Learning StoreHer InstagramFind Us On Website - https://www.medtravelers.com/slpfulldisclosure/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/slpfulldisclosure/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/slpfulldisclosure/Apple Podcasts – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosureappleSpotify – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosurespotifyAbout the ShowProducer – Jonathan Cary Assistant Producer – Katie SchraubenShow Notes – Sam MacKay Music & Editing – Aidan Dykes Powered by Med Travelers

May 10

59 min 57 sec

This show is made possible by Med Travelers. If you’re interested in exploring a career in allied travel, visit: https://www.medtravelers.com/getting-started/become-an-allied-traveler/to learn more about the nationwide opportunities they have to offer!We Discuss0:00 Introduction to Tera and her career background 17:09 Tera’s private practice and its specialties 19:38 An overview of executive functioning INSTA26:23 Executive functioning development in different age groups 41:21 Executive functioning in boys and girls 47:23 Assessing executive functioning skills 55:11 Writing appropriate goals for executive functioning development 1:00:41 Examples of reflexive questioning1:09:42 Compensatory strategies for executive functioning 1:12:49 Additional resources to learn more about executive functioning About Tera Sumpter MA, CCC-SLPTera Sumpter, M.A., CCC-SLP, is the founder of Seeds of Learning, LLC, in Lakewood, Ohio which specializes in executive functioning, reading, and other pediatric learning disabilities. She also has experience as a medical speech-language pathologist in both inpatient and outpatient hospital settings. A former adjunct instructor of Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech and Hearing Mechanism in the Cleveland State University's Speech and Hearing Program, Tera currently presents her integrative cognitive processing and executive functioning model internationally to speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, psychologists, audiologists, inpatient and outpatient clinical therapists, school districts, and parent groups. Tera is the author of The Seeds of Learning:  A Cognitive Processing Model for Speech, Language, Literacy, and Executive Functioning. You can check out her book on Amazon!Where to Find Tera Online:InstagramWebsiteFind Us On Website - https://www.medtravelers.com/slpfulldisclosure/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/slpfulldisclosure/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/slpfulldisclosure/Apple Podcasts – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosureappleSpotify – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosurespotifyAbout the ShowProducer – Jonathan Cary Assistant Producer – Katie SchraubenShow Notes – Sam MacKay Music & Editing – Aidan Dykes Powered by Med Travelers

Apr 26

1 hr 20 min

This show is made possible by Med Travelers. If you’re a speech pathologist interested in traveling, visit: https://www.medtravelers.com/ to discover the amazing benefits they have to offer!We Discuss0:00 An overview of the podcast rebranding 5:49 Introduction to guests Alison Larson & Iris Snow 10:37 What I wish I knew about trying different settings 17:09 What I wish I knew about supervision 22:31 What I wish I knew about self-advocacy 26:28 What I wish I knew about creating a budget (and sticking to it)29:31 What I wish I knew about different pay structures 35:12 What I wish I knew about cultivating relationships About Allison Larson MS, CCC-SLP & Iris Snow MS, CCC-SLPAllison has worked in public schools, private clinics, and a skilled nursing facility. Her passion is working with adolescents and young adults and helping them transition to the workforce and adult life. She has worked in a high school setting for 15 years and a post-secondary setting for six years. Iris is a bilingual SLP who has worked in Acute Care, a Children’s Hospital, a Level 1 Trauma Hospital, Early Intervention, and currently works at a world-renowned Rehabilitation Hospital that specializes in traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injuries.Find Us On Website - https://www.medtravelers.com/slpfulldisclosure/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/slpfulldisclosure/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/slpfulldisclosure/Apple Podcasts – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosureappleSpotify – http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosurespotifyAbout the ShowProducer – Jonathan Cary Assistant Producer – Katie SchraubenShow Notes – Sam MacKay Music & Editing – Aidan Dykes Powered by Med Travelers

Apr 12

40 min 43 sec

This show is made possible by Med Travelers. If you’re a speech pathologist interested in traveling, visit: https://www.medtravelers.com/ to discover the amazing benefits they have to offer!We Discuss0:00 An introduction to Dr. Lockwood Roberts and her career background 10:33 The Correctional Education Association (CEA) and Dr. Lockwood Roberts’ role there20:46 A snapshot of special education conditions in Youth Corrections 28:12 IEPs and learning disability diagnoses in Youth Corrections32:23 Qualifying for PT, OT, SLP, and other treatment services in Youth Corrections36:39 Mental health services in Youth Correctional facilities 38:35 CEA’s partnership with NEXUS 40:06 IDEA Law application to Youth Corrections 47:36 Self-Care when working in Youth Corrections50:05 Success stories from working in Youth Corrections special education 58:51 Suggestions for professionals looking to get involved with Youth CorrectionsAbout Dr. Susan Lockwood Roberts, Ed.D.Dr. Susan Lockwood Roberts retired from the Indiana Department of Correction in 2017, where she was the Director of Juvenile Education for twelve years.  Prior to that she taught in the public schools of central Indiana for seventeen years. In addition to being the Past-President of the Executive Board of the Correctional Education Association, she has published numerous peer-reviewed research articles, along with a book, "Kicked to the Curb: Where Policy Has Failed Our Most Vulnerable Youth and the Fight for a Better Tomorrow."  She is an adjunct faculty member at the School of Education at Indiana University, has served as a court-appointed expert for special education-related litigation and has been an invited speaker at many state, national, and international events.  She currently owns Nexus Point Consulting and lives in Columbus, Indiana.Where You Can Find Dr. Lockwood Roberts, Ed. D. Online:The CEA Website: www.ceanational.orgThe NEXUS Mental Health website:  https://www.nexusmentalhealth.com/Her Website:https://nexuspointconsulting.comHer Book: https://nexuspointconsulting.com/bookFind Us OnWebsite - https://www.medtravelers.com/slpfulldisclosure/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/slpfulldisclosure/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/slpfulldisclosure/Apple Podcasts - http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosureappleSpotify - http://bit.ly/slpfulldisclosurespotify About the ShowProducer - Jonathan CaryAssistant Producer - Katie SchraubenShow Notes - Sam MacKayMusic & Editing - Aidan DykesPowered by Med Travelers

Mar 29

1 hr 3 min

We DiscussAn introduction to Dr. Blackwell and her career journey to Guatemala (01:43);Dr. Blackwell’s first job in Guatemala after volunteering (19:42);How Dr. Blackwell was received as an American Doctor in Guatemala (22:44);Leading Guatemala to formalize an SLP Association (26:46);The Special Education conditions in Guatemalan school systems (35:20);The perception of disabilities in Guatemala (38:21);Advice for American therapists working with other cultures (47:27); About Dr. Amanda Blackwell, SLPD, CCC-SLPSince volunteering in 2013 as a speech-language pathologist at an orphanage in Guatemala, Dr. Amanda Blackwell has been living and working full-time in the country. Amanda completed a Clinical Doctorate in speech-language pathology and started the official professional association for local Guatemalan speech therapists (SomosTLgt), which has offered more than 150 continuing education hours over the past year to its members to strengthen the understanding and implementation of concepts like EBP and AAC in the country.In January 2020, she began working toward a Doctor of Education degree at Murray State University with the goal of opening a university for allied health professions in Guatemala to improve the quality of services across the country. She currently directs the speech therapy departments at FUNDAL (for individuals with deafblindness and multiple disabilities) and the Guatemalan Association of Down Syndrome in Guatemala City and Xela, provides teletherapy services for public school students in the United States, runs an autism education social project for Spanish speakers called LUNA (@lunautismo), and is part of the ASHA-PAHO ad hoc committee for Ecuador. Amanda serves as an adjunct research fellow working with five doctoral students in the SLPD program at Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions in Provo, Utah, and will be teaching in the masters of autism studies and masters of speech-language pathology programs as an adjunct professor at Saint Mary's College in Notre Dame, Indiana beginning in the summer of 2021. She is a life-long learner herself and loves providing dynamic training on various topics to school districts and SLPs around the world. Where to Find Amanda Online:Instagram FacebookYouTube   Website About the ShowProduced by Jonathan Cary
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Mar 15

59 min 3 sec

We DiscussA farewell to Alyssa Hunter (00:49);Introduction to teletherapy (05:13);Idea #1: Show and Tell (06:09);Idea #2: Set Expectations with Parents or Guardians (11:19);Idea #3: Use Get Epic and Newsla (17:15);Idea #4: The Parent Coaching Model (23:41);Idea #5: Run a Home Scavenger Hunt (31:23); About the ShowProduced by Jonathan Cary
Music and Editing by Aidan Dykes
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Mar 1

36 min 53 sec

We DiscussIntroduction to addressing articulation (00:56);Idea #1: Explicitly Detailed Teaching (01:55);Idea #2: The “Left, Right, Center” game (07:00);Idea #3: Gamify the learning process (11:39);Idea #4: Pop the Pig (17:57);Idea #5: Build a pacing board (23:57); About the ShowProduced by Jonathan Cary
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Feb 15

32 min 35 sec

We DiscussIntroduction to the “5 Ideas in 30 Minutes” Series (00:57);Idea #1: Motivator Inventory (03:02);Idea #2: Create rules and regulations together with your students (07:44);Idea #3: Plan on fading behavioral supports over time (12:23);Idea #4: Schedule individual check-ins with students (18:47);Idea #5: Give your students a job to do (23:37); About the ShowProduced by Jonathan Cary
Music and Editing by Aidan Dykes
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Feb 1

30 min 47 sec

We DiscussIntroduction to Kacy and her career journey (04:34);Kacy’s Teach Speech origin and mission (08:59);Establishing a strong relationship with parents (15:43);Common concerns from parents about their child’s treatment (23:58);Best practices for successful parent therapy involvement (26:46); Kacy’s Late Talking Toddler Accelerator Program (38:28);Being culturally responsive when working with parents (42:17);Growing and navigating your own business as an SLP (44:54); Kacy’s coaching program resources (47:28); About Kacy Wickerson MA, CCC-SLPKacy Wickerson (of “KlassicKacy” on YouTube) is an ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist and Owner/CEO of Teach Speech LLC. During the second semester of her first year in grad school, she decided to pick up a camera and start telling her story. She created her YouTube channel “KlassicKacy” with hopes of connecting with her SLP community and inspiring SLPToBe’s to keep pushing through their journey.  Through her practice Teach Speech, she’s helped hundreds of parents understand communication development, why it is important, and how they can take an active role in improving communication under their own roof. She does this through Teach Speech courses, and her signature intimate coaching programs that offer guided support for parents to strengthen the child’s speech and language skills right in the comfort of their own home. When she’s not educating parents and inspiring SLPs, you can find her watching YouTube videos, playing with her Goldendoodle Kash, or catching up on audiobooks. Where to Find Kacy Online:Business WebsiteYouTube ChannelPersonal InstagramBusiness InstagramYou can also email her:  learn@teachspeechservices.com & info@klassickacy.com! About the ShowProduced by Jonathan Cary
Music and Editing by Aidan Dykes
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Jan 18

51 min 38 sec

We DiscussIntroduction to Kate and Amy and their career journeys (01:55);The pros and cons of utilizing standardized assessments in speech therapy (12:42);The difference between Norm Reference and Criterion Reference Testing (19:16);The purpose of different assessments in a professional setting (26:05);Additional testing used in conjunction with standardized assessments (28:10);The strengths of Norm Reference standardized assessments (37:20);What SLPs should understand before conducting assessments (48:39);  About Kate Grandbois MS, CCC-SLP, BCBA, LABA & Amy Wonkka MA, CCC-SLPKate is a dually certified SLP / BCBA with 13 years of clinical experience working in private practice, outpatient clinics, outpatient hospital settings, and consulting to private schools and legal teams. She specializes in augmentative alternative communication, autism and associated disorders, language development, and integrating AAC into the educational/vocational programming of persons with behavioral needs. Her private practice, Grandbois Therapy + Consulting, LLC, focuses on multidisciplinary treatment, collaboration, and mentorship. She has served as an advisory board member for the HP Hacking Autism Initiative, as adjunct faculty at Northeastern University, and is the former president and co-founder of The Speech and Language Network, Inc. Amy has worked as a speech-language pathologist in the Northeast and Midwest. Prior to becoming an SLP, she worked for several years as a 1:1 paraprofessional and home service provider for individuals with complex communication needs. She has experience in home-based, public school, nonpublic school, and outpatient environments. Amy’s clinical interests include augmentative and alternative communication (AAC), autism and other related needs, typical language development, motor speech, phonology, data collection, collaboration, coaching, and communication partner training and support.Find Kate and Amy on their website and on Instagram! About the ShowProduced by Jonathan Cary
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Jan 4

57 min 29 sec

We DiscussIntroduction to Dr. Stanford and her career journeys (02:37);Dr. Stanford’s research in her current setting (06:04);An overview of the Juvenile Forensic SLP discipline (08:05);A day in the life of a Juvenile Forensic SLP (12:38);The types of clients Dr. Stanford works with as a Juvenile Forensic SLP (15:27);Assessing diagnoses with clients (20:01);Interpreting and addressing student behaviors (33:54);Advocating for students in the school to prison pipeline (39:37);Additional resources for SLPs to consider (48:28); About Dr. Shameka Stanford MS, CCC-SLPDr. Shameka Stanford is an Associate Professor in the Communication Sciences and Disorders department at Howard University and the Juvenile Forensic Speech-Language Pathologist. Dr. Stanford is the first and only Juvenile Forensic SLP in the United States. Her clinical and scholarly work specializes in Juvenile Forensics, Law Enforcement Interaction with youth with CD, and child language disorders. Her research focuses on the Confluence and Impact of cognitive and communication disorders on the school-to-confinement pipeline, status offenses, involvement with the criminal justice system, law enforcement interaction, and criminal recidivism in youth placed at-risk for delinquency and crime (especially Black and Brown youth from under-resourced areas). Dr. Stanford is also a clinically certified and licensed speech-language pathologist and is licensed to practice in Maryland, Washington, D.C, and North Carolina. Through her work, she has created cutting edge social justice and juvenile justice specialty courses for graduate CSD students, nationally known training programs for law enforcement and legal counsel, and national and international CE workshops and training for licensed SLP clinicians. To continue following Dr. Stanford’s incredible story, find her on Instagram! About the ShowProduced by Jonathan Cary
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Dec 2020

52 min 14 sec

We DiscussIntroduction to Wendy and Tatum and their career journeys (01:04);A typical workday at an EI spoken language program in a school (07:11);The EI treatment process for deaf and hard of hearing clients (15:15);ASL vs. Spoken language modalities (22:25);Using amplification devices with EI clients (31:26);Advice for public school SLPs with deaf and hard of hearing students (40:31); About Wendy Deters MS, CCC-SLP, LSLS Cert AVEd & Tatum Fritz MS, CCC-SLP, LSLS Cert AVTWendy and Tatum work together with the pediatric population, specializing in early intervention for deaf and hard of hearing children through Child’s Voice – a program in Chicago, IN, working to provide children with hearing loss the opportunity to listen and speak again.  Find Wendy and Tatum On Instagram:@tatumfritzslp@wendydetersslp@childs_voice About the ShowContact Us: slpfulldisclosure@gowithadvanced.comWebsite:https://www.advancedtraveltherapy.com/slpfulldisclosure/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gowithadvancedInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gowithadvanced/Produced by Jonathan Cary
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Dec 2020

44 min 54 sec

We DiscussIntroduction to Shelley and her background as an SLP (01:13);Shelley’s journey through disability to creating Empower Tele-Speech Therapy(10:08);Overcoming obstacles while transitioning into a teletherapy practice (17:59);An overview of Shelley’s Speech Empowerment Program (24:50);What Shelley has gained personally and professionally from her arduous career journey (45:28); About Shelley Bernis MA, CCC-SLPShelley Bernis is a native of Louisiana and graduated in 2008 with her master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Louisiana Tech University. She moved to Austin, Texas shortly after to begin her career as a Speech-Language Pathologist which is where she practices today. She also helped develop a grant-funded speech program with the Down Syndrome Association of Texas known now as PEAK (Parents Empowering Articulation in Kids). In 2018, Shelley created her own private practice, Empower TeleSpeech Therapy, where she conducts all therapy services via teletherapy. Soon after opening her practice, Shelley launched her Speech Empowerment Program which partners with college transition programs designed to support students with intellectual and developmental disabilities (Aggie ACHIEVE, ClemsonLIFE, and EAGLES Program at Auburn). Shelley’s program is the first of its kind to provide speech and language services to students in these transition programs. Her goal is to give these young adults the tools and confidence they need to communicate effectively as they pursue their dreams of higher education and independence. In her spare time, Shelley enjoys spending time with her husband, Warren, their two boys, Wesley and Jace, and their two beagles, Sadie and Rosco. They love hiking and camping in and around Austin. Shelley is also an avid reader and enjoys creating macrame art pieces.Where to Find Shelley:Website: www.empowertelespeech.comSocial Media: @empowerteleslp About the ShowContact Us: slpfulldisclosure@gowithadvanced.comWebsite:https://www.advancedtraveltherapy.com/slpfulldisclosure/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gowithadvancedInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gowithadvanced/Produced by Jonathan Cary
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Nov 2020

50 min 17 sec

We DiscussIntroduction to Jordyn and her background as an SLP (00:52);The significance of “ACEs” or Adverse Childhood Experiences (07:42);The Platinum Rule of empathy (15:14);Unexpected behavior vs. bad behavior (21:21);Representation in the SLP field and therapy materials (30:06);Countering the lack of diversity in the SLP field (43:06);Jordyn’s company, JRC the SLP (47:46);  About Jordyn Carroll MS, CCC-SLPJordyn is a school-based Speech-Language Pathologist in Washington, D.C, specializing in culturally responsive therapy and child language development. Jordyn emphasizes the importance of being the person you needed when you were younger. She creates products and materials with the intention of serving as representation both in and outside the field of speech-language pathology.Link to shop: jrctheslp.com/shopFind Jordyn on Instagram: @JRC_theSLP About the ShowContact Us: slpfulldisclosure@gowithadvanced.comWebsite:https://www.advancedtraveltherapy.com/slpfulldisclosure/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gowithadvancedInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gowithadvanced/Produced by Jonathan Cary
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Nov 2020

55 min 59 sec

We DiscussIntroduction to Leigh Ann and her background as an SLP (00:59);An overview of dysphagia treatment in outpatient rehab (09:19);Recommendations for new grads interested in dysphagia and outpatient rehab (13:51);Interdisciplinary communication in the medical setting (19:59);Getting buy-in from each patient’s family (28:44); 32:12Finding success in dysphagia outpatient rehab therapy (33:09);Hindsight on dysphagia outpatient rehab therapy (36:01);Self-care and stress management while working in outpatient rehab (40:38); About Leigh Ann Porter MA, CCC-SLPLeigh Ann Porter is a practicing medical SLP in Kansas City, working across outpatient, acute, and inpatient rehab units. Building on a passion for education and implementing best-practice approaches, Leigh Ann created the Speech Uncensored Podcast to connect medical SLPs with meaningful resources, emerging research, and practical tools. Leigh Ann’s diverse educational background in international studies and public health provides a foundation to approach speech pathology through the lens of cultural attentiveness and advocacy. She has presented for ASHA CEUs to regional SLPs on topics such as the influence of the respiratory system and cough on dysphagia, a review of the literature on dysphagia exercises, and generating measurable dysphagia goals. About the ShowContact Us: slpfulldisclosure@gowithadvanced.comWebsite:https://www.advancedtraveltherapy.com/slpfulldisclosure/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gowithadvancedInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gowithadvanced/Produced by Jonathan Cary
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Oct 2020

55 min 31 sec

We DiscussIntroduction to Carrie and her background as an SLP (01:02);The biggest challenges SLPs are facing in the school setting (08:03);Common areas of overcomplication for SLPs (12:47);Defining task analysis and its benefits in speech therapy (22:36);Carrie’s favorite simple activities (44:22); About Carrie Clark MA, CCC-SLPCarrie Clark is the founder and owner of Speech and Language Kids, a website that is focused on the pediatric side of speech-language pathology. Carrie’s superpower is taking complex topics and breaking them down into easy-to-follow, step-by-step plans. She also loves the challenge of trying to solve a problem. Through her membership program at The SLP Solution, Carrie is able to help thousands of speech-language pathologists by digging through the research on various speech-language pathology topics or therapies and creating quick and simple resources that break it all down. Carrie and her team of mentors further support their members by answering questions in the exclusive member groups and brainstorming ideas and solutions for tough cases and situations. Find Carrie on InstagramFind Carrie on PinterestFind Carrie on Facebook About the ShowContact Us: slpfulldisclosure@gowithadvanced.comWebsite:https://www.advancedtraveltherapy.com/slpfulldisclosure/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gowithadvancedInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gowithadvanced/ Produced by Jonathan Cary
Music and Editing by Aidan Dykes
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Oct 2020

51 min 58 sec

We DiscussIntroduction to Lisa and Sarah and their SLP career journeys (00:57);The origin of SLP Toolkit (07:01); Current challenges faced by SLPs (15:07); Creating SMART SLP goals (25:10); Staying organized as an SLP (32:11); What confidence looks like in CFs and SLPs (41:26);  About Lisa Kathman MS, CCC-SLP & Sarah Bevier MS, CCC-SLPLisa and Sarah are both school-based SLPs and the co-founders of SLP Toolkit—a one-stop-shop for SLPs to store, organize, and take action with the data collected from their caseloads. Where You Can Find Them:Instagram: @slptoolkitWebsite: www.slptoolkit.com About the ShowContact Us: slpfulldisclosure@gowithadvanced.comWebsite:https://www.advancedtraveltherapy.com/slpfulldisclosure/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gowithadvancedInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gowithadvanced/Produced by Jonathan Cary
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Sep 2020

53 min 18 sec

We DiscussIntroduction and the importance of self-care (00:31);Tip #1: Deciding your boundaries with time (03:02);Tip #2: Finding your comfort zone (08:00);Tip #3: Nourishing your soul during the workday (13:00);Working with family at home (18:19);Tip #4: Creating family boundaries (19:49);Tip #5: Building in breaks for yourself (21:34);Tip #6: Creating family rules (22:00);Tip #7: Giving yourself grace (23:12);Tip #8: Creating spatial boundaries with your materials (27:40); About the ShowContact Us: slpfulldisclosure@gowithadvanced.comWebsite:https://www.advancedtraveltherapy.com/slpfulldisclosure/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gowithadvancedInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gowithadvanced/Produced by Jonathan Cary
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Sep 2020

35 min 39 sec

We DiscussHost introductions of Amber and Amy and their backgrounds (00:51);Creating meaningful goals and treatment plans across settings (09:01);Writing goals in school settings versus clinical settings (13:23);Integrating behavioral challenges with speech and language goals (16:15);Strategies for successful goal benchmarks (22:26);Data collection and management in goal writing (32:27);Treatment plan success stories (37:41); About Amber Ladd MA, CCC-SLP, BCBA and Amy Prince MA, CCC-SLP, BCBAAmy Prince and Amber Ladd are the co-founders of The TALK Team, a speech therapy practice located in Fresno, CA. They are both graduates of CSU Fresno, as are the majority of their on-staff therapists. The duo first started seeing children in 2006, and since that time, have worked diligently to provide high quality, specialized services to children with a variety of speech and language needs.Their mission is creation of communication for all children, regardless of diagnoses or ability level. They empower parents with knowledge and research, while providing support to both academic and medical environments—believing in providing a service to both child and family, in a holistic manner, addressing communication in all environments. Over the past 10 years, they have built a diverse team of interdisciplinary specialists, trained to address unique disorders in an intensive and focused manner. Where to Find Them:The TALK Team FacebookThe TALK Team Instagramwww.thetalkteam.com About the ShowContact Us: slpfulldisclosure@gowithadvanced.comWebsite:https://www.advancedtraveltherapy.com/slpfulldisclosure/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gowithadvancedInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gowithadvanced/Produced by Jonathan Cary
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Aug 2020

43 min 52 sec

We DiscussHost introductions of Whitney and Jared and their backgrounds (00:56);Whitney and Jared’s past settings, locations, and challenges traveling together (05:01);Comparing the cost of living between settings (14:45);What it means to be semi-retired and financial independent (16:15);How to budget for maximum savings (23:35);Budgeting income after savings (33:41);Planning trips and budgeting time throughout the year (35:04);Final thoughts and advice for financially conscious therapists (43:46); About Whitney Eakin, PT, DPT, ATC and Jared Casazza, PT, DPTWhitney and Jared are both Doctors of Physical Therapy who have been working as Traveling Physical Therapists for over 5 years since they were new grads in 2015. They both have used their travel therapy careers to pursue financial independence and transition to what they consider “semi-retirement.” After 3 years of working full time, they now only work 3-6 months per year, while taking off the rest of the year to travel for fun and pursue other interests. They mentor and educate current and aspiring travel therapists via their online business, Travel Therapy Mentor and write about their own travels and financial pursuits on their personal blog, Fifth Wheel Physical Therapist.Instagram: @traveltherapymentorYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjABLUNcIqR31tX3BrydQLA About the ShowContact Us: slpfulldisclosure@gowithadvanced.comWebsite:https://www.advancedtraveltherapy.com/slpfulldisclosure/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gowithadvancedInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gowithadvanced/ Produced by Jonathan Cary
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Aug 2020

50 min 33 sec

We DiscussWhich game would you choose to use on a desert island? (02:03);Which prop material would you use exclusively for an entire school year? (04:33);With a million dollars, what one resource would you invest in? (06:57);Which type of parent involvement would you prefer during a year of tele therapy? (09:05);Which background distraction would you rather experience during a session? (12:56);What difficult dynamic would you rather have during a small group session? (16:37);Which technical difficulty would you rather experience during a day of sessions? (21:27);Would you rather with special guest Jonathan Cary (28:00); About the ShowContact Us: slpfulldisclosure@gowithadvanced.comWebsite:https://www.advancedtraveltherapy.com/slpfulldisclosure/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gowithadvancedInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gowithadvanced/Produced by Jonathan Cary
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Aug 2020

37 min 21 sec

We DiscussIntroductions an overview of Shirley’s roles throughout her career (02:14);Shirley’s transition from therapist to CF Supervisor (07:20);Shirley’s learnings from supervising large groups of one profession (11:56);Specific characteristics of a successful CF (15:23);What a prospective CF can do to prepare themselves for a great experience (19:54);Preparing yourself as a CF Supervisor (24:03);Additional resources for CFs and CF Supervisors (27:36);About Shirley Padilla-Martinez MA, CCC-SLPShirley Padilla-Martinez MA, CCC-SLP, has been a practicing Speech-Language Pathologist since February of 1990. She graduated with her Master of Arts Degree in Communication Disorders and Speech Science from the University of Colorado, Boulder in 1989—she went on to earn a certificate in Linguistically Diverse Education from Regis University in 2014. Shirley has worked for the Development Disabilities Resource Center serving the severe/profound student population, Nova Care (Long Term Care Geriatrics), Craig Hospital for Head and Spinal Cord Injured Patients with TBI patients, and with Jefferson County Public Schools for the past 25 years.  Shirley was the Southwest Metro Regional Representative on the Speech Language Advisory Council for Colorado Department of Education.  She represented SLPs from Jefferson County, Gilpin County, Platte Canyon, and Clear Creek Counties over 10 years. She also sat on the Colorado Bilingual SLP Providers Group for the state for over 7 years.  Shirley retired from Jefferson County in May of 2019.  She had planned to retire fully, but she has continued to work part-time as an SLP at a neighborhood charter school during the COVID-19 Pandemic. To date, Shirley continues her work as a CF Supervisor for traveling SLPs through Advanced Schools. About the ShowContact Us: slpfulldisclosure@gowithadvanced.comWebsite:https://www.advancedtraveltherapy.com/slpfulldisclosure/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gowithadvancedInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gowithadvanced/Produced by Jonathan Cary
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Jul 2020

31 min 46 sec

We DiscussIntroductions and Elle’s role with Advanced (01:56);What Elle likes to learn about a therapist in their initial meeting (03:00);What clinical experiences make a standout candidate (04:57);How to instill confidence in a new grad candidate (07:14);Positive and negative feedback heard after candidate interviews (10:42);Preparing a clinician for a transition into a new setting (16:33);The relationship building process between recruiter and candidate (24:36);About Elle Celestino Elle Celestino has been with Advanced for over four years. She has worked closely with the clinical team, as well as with therapists in schools and medical settings. She is based in Austin, TX and has a strong passion for working with new grads, health and fitness, as well as traveling!  About the ShowContact Us: slpfulldisclosure@gowithadvanced.comWebsite:https://www.advancedtraveltherapy.com/slpfulldisclosure/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gowithadvancedInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gowithadvanced/Produced by: Jonathan Cary
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Jul 2020

31 min 24 sec

We DiscussLeanne’s experience as a teletherapist and her career journey as an SLP (1:52);The evolution of parent/caregiver involvement in different therapy settings (5:07);First steps for teletherapists to take to incorporate parents into therapy (11:08); Useful resources for teletherapists to use to help involve parents more (14:21);Avoiding burnout from parents and keeping them with the program (18:30);The importance of early success in establishing parent involvement (23:29);Effective activities to directly involve parents (26:48);Face to face involvement vs. parent coaching (29:24);Examples of successful treatment progress due to parent involvement (34:44);Mitigating relationship obstacles with skeptical parents (38:27); About Leanne Sherred MS, CCC-SLPLeanne calls Austin, Texas home, but studied Speech and Hearing Sciences at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C. and gained her Master's in Speech-language pathology from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. She has worked in pediatric outpatient clinics, schools, early intervention, and home health. Leanne is currently the President and Founder of Expressable, an online speech therapy company that envisions a modern and affordable way for anyone who needs speech therapy to access these vital services. About the ShowContact Us: slpfulldisclosure@gowithadvanced.comWebsite:https://www.advancedtraveltherapy.com/slpfulldisclosure/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gowithadvancedInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gowithadvanced/ Produced by: Jonathan Cary
Music and Editing by: Aidan Dykes
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Jun 2020

44 min 20 sec

We DiscussWhat is two truths and a lie? (1:30);An introduction to our guest, Producer Jonathan Cary (1:56);Jonathan’s two truths and a lie (3:16);Jennifer’s two truths and a lie, round one (7:32);Alyssa’s two truths and a lie, round one (10:06);Jennifer’s two truths and a lie, round two (12:12);Alyssa’s two truths and a lie, round two (14:47);Jennifer’s two truths and a lie, round three (19:12); and more.  About the ShowContact Us: slpfulldisclosure@advancedtraveltherapy.comWebsite: https://www.advancedtraveltherapy.com/slpfulldisclosure/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gowithadvancedInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gowithadvanced/Produced by: Jonathan Cary
Music and Editing by: Aidan Dykes
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Mar 2020

25 min 52 sec

We DiscussAllison’s experience as an SLP and her career journey (2:54);State limitations on special education and its impact on services (9:14);A snapshot of a SLP case load (13:08);Student life after school (24:41);Parent and community involvement (34:14);Allison’s favorite aspects of working as a post-secondary SLP (38:33);Advice for future SLPs (39:57) About Allison Larson MS, CCC-SLPAllison Larson MS, CCC-SLP, received her undergraduate degree from Western Michigan University and went on to Northern Arizona University for her master’s degree.  She has worked in the public schools, private clinics, and a skilled nursing facility. Her passion is working with adolescents and young adults and helping them transition to the workforce and adult life.  She has worked in a high school setting for 15 years and a post-secondary setting for six years. She loves working on real-world skills, pushing her students to be independent and productive citizens with a good quality of life. She believes that there is dignity in risk and that we need to push our students to let them fly, not hold them back because of our fears. In her view, there should be no readiness model to life. Just go out and try things. She loves her job, but firmly believes in maintaining a healthy balance between work, family and time for playing and adventure.  She loves traveling with friends and family—her family's goal being to visit every National Park.  They are 57% of the way there.  She has visited 34 of the 59 National Parks! About the ShowContact Us: ineedtraveltherapy@gowithadvanced.comWebsite: https://www.advancedtraveltherapy.com/ineedtraveltherapy/Facebook: 
https://www.facebook.com/gowithadvancedInstagram: 
https://www.instagram.com/gowithadvanced/Produced by: Jonathan Cary
Music and Editing by: Aidan Dykes
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Mar 2020

46 min 13 sec

About Tracy Sippl MS, CCC-SLPTracy Sippl is an experienced presenter (nationally and internationally), educator, telepractitioner, and Speech/Language Pathologist.  After working in schools for 24 years, she decided to work from home as a teletherapist during the last 7 years.  She currently serves as the Associate Coordinator for ASHA’s Special Interest Group 18:Telepractice Coordinating Committee.  Tracy has contributed telepractice articles featured in the ASHA Leader and ASHA LIVE.  Currently, Tracy is a consultant for individuals as well as companies wanting to break into the telepractice market while also providing teletherapy services. You can learn more about her on her website at http://www.s-lteletherapyconsulting.com or on social media: Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn.Contact Us:slpfulldisclosure@gowithadvanced.comWebsite:https://gowithadvanced.com/slpfulldisclosureFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/gowithadvanced/Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/gowithadvanced/Produced by: Jonathan CaryMusic and Editing by: Aidan DykesPowered by: Advanced Travel Therapy

Feb 2020

51 min 1 sec

To learn more about Jennifer Gray MS, CCC-SLP you can visit her website (http://grayspeaktherapy.com/) or find her on Instagram @grayspeak.About Jennifer Gray MS, CCC-SLPJennifer Gray MS, CCC-SLP earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in speech-language pathology from Northern Arizona University in 2001 and went on to complete two years of post-graduate study at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette focusing on fluency disorders and literacy. She has taught at the undergraduate and graduate level in the area of speech and fluency and has written articles for both specialties.She has specific training in feeding, oral-motor, and oral-placement therapies and currently specializes in treating those with motor speech disorders and dysarthria.She is currently treating, speaking, and writing about speech and feeding difficulties and abilities for those with the diagnosis of Down syndrome. She works closely with the Rocky Mountain Down Syndrome Association and collaborates with the Sie Center for Down Syndrome at Children’s Hospital Colorado.She is a licensed and certified Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) through the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) and the Colorado Speech-Language-Hearing Association and has worked in university and public school settings and private practice with children and adults with speech, language, motor, and feeding needs.About the ShowContact Us:slpfulldisclosure@gowithadvanced.comWebsite:https://gowithadvanced.com/slpfulldisclosureFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/gowithadvanced/Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/gowithadvanced/Produced by: Jonathan CaryMusic and Editing by: Aidan DykesPowered by: Advanced Travel Therapy

Feb 2020

45 min 11 sec

About Kendra Burmeister MA, CCC-SLPKendra is a bilingual speech-language pathologist with a special interest in diagnostics and treatment of language impairment and speech sound disorders in young children. After working with bilingual students in the Chicago, Illinois area she spent 14 months as a volunteer speech-language pathologist in the Dominican Republic. Kendra currently works as an Early Intervention service provider in Grand Rapids, Michigan. In addition to her passion for supporting bilingual families, Kendra enjoys weekend trips to Lake Michigan, trying new hobbies and attempting to not fall behind in book club. Contact Us:slpfulldisclosure@gowithadvanced.comWebsite:https://gowithadvanced.com/slpfulldisclosureFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/gowithadvanced/Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/gowithadvanced/Produced by: Jonathan CaryMusic and Editing by: Aidan DykesPowered by: Advanced Travel Therapy

Jan 2020

35 min 19 sec

Contact Us:slpfulldisclosure@gowithadvanced.comWebsite:https://gowithadvanced.com/slpfulldisclosureFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/gowithadvanced/Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/gowithadvanced/Produced by: Jonathan CaryMusic and Editing by: Aidan DykesPowered by: Advanced Travel Therapy

Jan 2020

32 min 17 sec

To learn more about Katie, visit her website at: https://www.katieelizabethkemp.com/ Contact Us:slpfulldisclosure@gowithadvanced.comWebsite:https://gowithadvanced.com/slpfulldisclosureFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/gowithadvanced/Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/gowithadvanced/Produced by: Jonathan CaryMusic and Editing by: Aidan DykesPowered by: Advanced Travel Therapy

Dec 2019

58 min 46 sec

Contact Us:slpfulldisclosure@gowithadvanced.comWebsite:https://gowithadvanced.com/slpfulldisclosureFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/gowithadvanced/Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/gowithadvanced/Produced by: Jonathan CaryMusic and Editing by: Aidan DykesPowered by: Advanced Travel Therapy

Dec 2019

38 min 25 sec

Buy Melanie's new book, You are Not an Otter: The Story of How Kids Become Adventurous Eaters on Amazon!About Melanie Potock, MA, CCC-SLPMelanie Potock, MA, CCC-SLP, treats children birth to teens who have difficulty eating.  Melanie’s advice has been shared in a variety of television and print media, including The New York Times, Huffington Post and Parents Magazine.  She is the co-author of the award-winning Raising a Healthy Happy Eater: A Stage-by-Stage Guide to Setting Your Child on the Path to Adventurous Eating(2015) and Baby Self-Feeding: Solutions for Introducing Purees and Solids to Create Lifelong Healthy Eating Habits(2016).  Her popular food activity book, titled Adventures in Veggieland: Help Your Kids Learn to Love Vegetables with 100 Easy Activities and Recipes (2018) is based on the research and Melanie’s 20 years of success as a pediatric feeding therapist. Her children’s storybook includes tips for parents on how to use pretend play to encourage adventurous eating in kids ages two to six years.  You are Not an Otter:The Story of How Kids Become Adventurous Eaters and all of Melanie’s books can be found on Amazon and at www.MelaniePotock.com. Contact Us:slpfulldisclosure@gowithadvanced.comWebsite:https://gowithadvanced.com/slpfulldisclosureFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/gowithadvanced/Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/gowithadvanced/Produced by: Jonathan CaryMusic and Editing by: Aidan DykesPowered by: Advanced Travel Therapy

Nov 2019

55 min 42 sec

About the Center for Vocal Health At Peak ENT in Broomfield, COhttps://peakentandvoicecenter.com/720-401-2139 About Holly Kosanovich MS CCC-SLPHolly is a Speech Language Pathologist currently working primarily in private practice at Center for Vocal Health. Holly grew up in Northern Indiana and received a Bachelor’s Degree from Purdue University in Speech & Hearing Sciences. She completed her training towards her Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology at the University of Nebraska-Kearney. Holly participated in and published research at the graduate level, and has taught various courses in speech and acoustic science and phonetics.Holly has a variety of experience working with individuals in many clinical settings including acute care, outpatient, cancer centers, skilled nursing, home health, and pediatrics. She joined Julie at Center for Vocal Health in 2018, and now enjoys her specialty focus in treating primarily voice and swallowing disorders. Her specialty practice includes treatment of a variety of disorders including various vocal pathologies, post-operative voice treatment, head and neck cancer, Vocal Cord Dysfunction, swallowing disorders, and neurological conditions. She enjoys working with individuals of all ages, including professional voice users, to regain their vocal technique and confidence. About Julie M. Artigliere Ph.D., CCC-SLPDr. Artigliere specializes in vocal health, vocal rehabilitation, vocal cord dysfunction, swallowing disorders, transgender voice and chronic cough. Dr. Artigliere completed her undergraduate and graduate studies at West Chester University, and received her doctorate from the University of Colorado, Boulder. She has over 30 years experience helping those with vocal disorders, including singers, actors and other professional vocalists maintain or re-gain their voice.  Her specialty practice includes the treatment of a variety of voice disorders including those associated with vocal pathologies (vocal nodules and polyps, vocal cord paralysis), vocal over use or misuse, spasmodic dysphonia, voice disorders associated with neurological diseases (such as Parkinson’s disease and Huntington’s disease) and paradoxical vocal cord movement (vocal cord dysfunction: VCD).  Therapy for VCD is provided for patients from competitive athletes and high school athletes to those experiencing VCD symptoms in their daily lives.In addition, she has extensive experience in a wide range of clinical and research settings: private practice, hospital, rehabilitation centers, home health care, public school and university systems.  Her experience extends to higher education as a graduate-level university instructor, medical school adjunct professor, and multi-disciplinary team member and leader.  She also worked in operations in a local health food start-up.

Nov 2019

31 min 7 sec

About Kerri Mannion MS, CCC-SLP:Kerri Mannion has been working as a speech therapist for over 13 years. The majority of her career has been overseas. Initially she worked in acute care with adults in South Australia after obtaining a work and holiday visa. Then she was able to gain contracts through the US government and work on military bases overseas in the Marshall Islands and Germany with school age youth for over ten years. She has been lucky in that her caseloads have always been primarily English speaking despite being in a foreign country. Her career interests include phonology, dyslexia, play based therapy, and pragmatic communication. Personal interests are walking streets in new places and photographing international cats. She now currently resides in Arizona with her son and husband and is pursuing more local contract work. Contact Us:slpfulldisclosure@gowithadvanced.comWebsite:https://gowithadvanced.com/slpfulldisclosureFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/gowithadvanced/Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/gowithadvanced/Produced by: Jonathan CaryMusic and Editing by: Aidan DykesPowered by: Advanced Travel Therapy

Oct 2019

48 min 50 sec

Contact Us:slpfulldisclosure@gowithadvanced.comWebsite:https://gowithadvanced.com/slpfulldisclosureFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/gowithadvanced/Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/gowithadvanced/Produced by: Jonathan CaryMusic and Editing by: Aidan DykesPowered by: Advanced Travel Therapy

Oct 2019

22 min 17 sec

About Adair Kopani MA, CCC-SLPAdair Kopani MA, CCC-SLP is a long standing Senior Clinical Manager for the Allied Travel Division at AMN Healthcare. She received her MA from the University of Central Florida in December of 2008 and went on to practice as an ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist across a variety of settings. She has over nine years of experience working both clinically in the field of communicative disorders as well as in management and clinical instructor roles. Adair has a true passion for teaching and has mentored and instructed both student clinicians and clinical fellows in the field of Speech-Language Pathology. Outside of her dedication to work and making strides towards clinical excellence, she is an avid CrossFitter, plays the violin, and enjoys spending time with friends and family.Contact Us:slpfulldisclosure@gowithadvanced.comWebsite:https://gowithadvanced.com/slpfulldisclosureFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/gowithadvanced/Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/gowithadvanced/Produced by: Jonathan CaryMusic and Editing by: Aidan DykesPowered by: Advanced Travel Therapy

Sep 2019

50 min 6 sec