The Digital SLP® Podcast

AAC 101

AAC 101

Many SLPs feel uncertain and uncomfortable when it comes to AAC. I’ve brought my friend Susan Berkowitz on the show to talk about AAC. She’s got so much knowledge on…

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private practice

How to Start a Private Practice

Have you ever wondered how to start a private practice? Maybe you were wondering about how you would get materials, how you would get referrals, or where to even begin. Today, I’m thrilled to have Nanette Cote on the show to talk all about getting started with a private practice. Don’t forget to check below for the links and resources we mentioned in today’s show.

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Treating a Lateral Lisp

Do you feel confident when treating a lateral lisp? If you need a confidence boost or actionable steps to get started, then this is definitely the episode for you! Tune…

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CEUs for SLPs

CEUs for SLPs: My Top 5

Getting your CEUs each year can seem like a daunting task on top of everything else you need to do.  I’m here today to offer some of my fav ways…

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Fun Ways to Work on Vocabulary

Fun Ways to Work on Vocabulary Goals

Working on vocabulary can often be dull and repetitive. Spice up your speech therapy sessions with these fun ways to work on vocabulary. These ideas will keep your students engaged, and most importantly it will help them to learn and use new vocabulary words. A handout is included to help you remember these strategies

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Stuttering strategies

Strategies and Techniques for People Who Stutter

In today’s podcast, we talk all about stuttering strategies.  Specifically, I cover: the difference between stuttering modification techniques and fluency enhancing strategies a variety of techniques to use in your speech room with your students who stutter what I refer to as “strategy shaming” (for lack of a better ter

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