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SLP Coffee Talk

Nov 30, 2020

Is it ever too early to start addressing speech issues such as stuttering? Can you see success and make progress with students as young as preschool age? There are treatments that are effective with early intervention age students that you can consider and tools that parents can use at home. 

On this episode of SLP...


Nov 23, 2020

As SLPs, it is our primary goal to support our students and help facilitate their growth and success. One important way that we can do that which is especially relevant today is by being culturally responsive. It is important that we see, appreciate, and support the cultural differences of our students in a positive...


Nov 16, 2020

I remember the days when I was applying for graduate school as an SLP. The process can feel a bit overwhelming - especially when you are applying for the first time. 

 

That’s why, in this episode of SLP Coffee Talk,  I thought we would pay it forward to the people who are thinking about graduate school for...


Nov 9, 2020

Whenever you have a new speech student, it’s always a guess to know what speech sounds you will need to work on and the approach that will work best for each person. 

 

That’s why it can be so critical to have a large amount of techniques and approaches in your speech sound toolbox. 

 

Today, we’re going to have a...


Nov 2, 2020

This year has been such a rollercoaster ride in the field of education and speech pathology. Many are still doing virtual sessions and haven’t gone back to in-office visits yet. 

 

One particular sub-set group that has been impacted by virtual learning is students on the autism spectrum. In today’s episode, I am...