As health care SLPs face rising COVID-19 numbers again, we're revisiting our earlier conversation with SLP Tami Altschuler.
The patient-provider communication specialist shares stories of loss, recov...Show More
We bring you the story of how discussions of race between Ingrid Desormes and her rehabilitation unit's supervisor Christie Miller led to new learning--and friendship.
Their talks began when Desorm...Show More
Today we look at ways SLPs can work with families to cultivate a strong sense of self in children with autism.
Of course, SLPs know the importance of helping a child with autism become empower...Show More
Mask muffling. Decreased intelligibility. Backlogged hearing screenings. These are just some of the challenges educational audiologists face this academic year.
Today on the podcast, we discuss...Show More
School is back in session. And it looks nothing like it normally does.
After a summer of uncertainty about what to expect this fall, school-based SLPs are navigating back-to-back telepractice session...Show More
When referring to autism, some people use person-first language (a person with autism), while others prefer identity-first language (an autistic person).
On this episode, we talk to ASHA members and ...Show More
Spurred by this summer's turbulent news, SLP Pam Wiley facilitated a series of town hall conversations on community policing, race, and voting. The 2020 ASHA Honors recipient talks with us about what ...Show More
We mark last September’s podcast launch with a timely return to our first episode on law enforcement, de-escalation, and communication disorders. There’s been a growing public outcry against police-pe...Show More