Episode 55: ASHA Extravaganza!

Episode 55: ASHA Extravaganza!

Welcome to episode 55 the ASHA Episode.  Rachel Madel of Talking with Tech and Mai Ling Chan of Xceptional Leaders Podcast had the opportunity to interview and talk to over 60 people at ASHA.  On this week’s episode Rachel and Matt talk about ASHA, Carol Flemming the ASHA Dorothy Dryer Award Winner, and Tracy Sippl the first Xceptional Leader who created a course and now has 3 up there took time from their ASHA Convention to talk to the show. 

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Episode 54: How do you plan ASHA?

Episode 54: How do you plan ASHA?

Welcome to episode 54 and a Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.  We are all still recovering so we thought we would dust off one of our favorite interviews.  Ivan Campos had the chance to sit down with Mary Casper - ASHA 2017 Convention Co-Chair for Speech-Language Pathology and Anita Vereb, Convention Co-Chair for Audiology.  What does it take to be a Co-Chair?  How long will you plan for a convention?  Ivan’s got all of the answers. 

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Episode 53: To Make a Murder, Anxiety and Dementia, Camp Yes And?

Episode 53: To Make a Murder, Anxiety and Dementia, Camp Yes And?

Episode 53, its ASHA week.  Mai Ling Chan (Podcaster, SLP, XceptionalED Co-Founder) joined Matt and Michelle for the week of ASHA.  The crew discuss their ASHA plans and all of the trials and tribulations of making it to Boston this week.  Also, if you are ASHA head to booth 331 and check in with Mai Ling.  You may end up on air.  If you cant make it to ASHA go to xceptionaled.com/asha18 and get a digital goody bag.  This week the crew also discuss how students that are seen in speech and language therapy need our help when dealing with authority.  Also, does Anxiety early in life lead to dementia later?  Lastly, Dr. Jim Ansaldo came on air and talks Camp Yes And.  Camp Yes And is a project of the Center on Education and Lifelong Learning, in partnership with the Indiana Resource Center for Autism at Indiana University. The 5-day summer day camp is designed to support verbal teens (ages 13-18) on the autism spectrum, or those with a similar diagnosis, who would benefit from support around building social communication skills. Camp also is a professional learning opportunity for educators – K-12 general and special educators, speech-language pathologists, school psychologists and social workers, community-based arts educators, etc.  PS its FREE!!

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Episode 52: Robotics, Stuttering, and the Princial’s Principle

Episode 52: Robotics, Stuttering, and the Princial’s Principle

Episode 52, the one before ASHA.  Michael, Michelle, and Matt come together to discuss the growing need for collaboration in the field and in the schools.    What does special education look like when administration and staff are on the same page?  Where does the line between rehab therapy and technology begins and ends?  Can a robot help in rehab?  How is stuttering affected by anxiety?

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Episode 51: NICU Feeding, Texas Special Education Problems, and Dementia Training

Episode 51: NICU Feeding, Texas Special Education Problems, and Dementia Training

Episode 51, the episode of birthdays.  Matt had a birthday party for a two year and things were going great till the balloons popped.  Michelle didn’t have any popped balloons on her birthday this week and Michael was upset over his Giants losing.  On this week, the crew look at the communication intent of children in the NICU and how to help families feed their newborns.  Everything is bigger in Texas, including Special Education violations.  Also, how do we train families to understand what their loved ones with dementia are going through?  Lastly, we meet a candidate for Superintendent who is also an SLP.  Also hit us up with #speechscienceLife and tell us about your daily therapy. 

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Episode 50: The iDoctor, Weed Therapy, Special Education Funding, and Emotional Support Squirrels

Episode 50: The iDoctor, Weed Therapy, Special Education Funding, and Emotional Support Squirrels

Episode 50, the pod-life crisis episode is here.  On Episode 50, Dr. Kyle Karches sat down with Matt to discuss the future of AI and medicine.  The group discusses cognitive impact of mundane tasks and the impact of CBD and speech and language delays.  Also, what factor does funding have on education?  Lastly, should we be doing a better job to ensure patients are only receiving therapy that can help them?

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Episode 45: Lebron James’ Promise, ADHD and Video Games, Social Time and Dementia, Swimming SLPs, and Recess and Language

Episode 45: Lebron James’ Promise, ADHD and Video Games, Social Time and Dementia, Swimming SLPs, and Recess and Language

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Straw debate, week 2!  Matt still fights about the straw ban, Michele has officially finished her move across the country, and Michael educates on the link between Executive Functioning and ADHD.  The crew debates about video game addiction and the link with ADHD.  Matt struggles with allowing his son to play versus learning flash cards.  Studies show that some dementia patients get an average of 2 minutes per day for socialization.  NBA star and all around good guy, Lebron James, has created a school for troubled youth in his home town of Akron, Ohio.  The crew also fights through some technical difficulties during the recording.

 

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Episode 44: What would you do?, Housing with Autism, Nursing Home Spaces, and Medicaid Cuts

Episode 44: What would you do?, Housing with Autism, Nursing Home Spaces, and Medicaid Cuts

Episode 44: What would you do?, Housing with Autism, Nursing Home Spaces, and Medicaid Cuts


Baby Speech Science has arrived on the scene and after a couple weeks of recovery the group is back together!  On this week’s episode, Michael identifies a new executive functioning model, Matt is against the banning of all straws, and Michelle balances a newborn and hosting. 

 

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Episode 43: ASHA Renews Vows, Blood Tests for Autism, and Dementia and the Second Amendment

Episode 43: ASHA Renews Vows, Blood Tests for Autism, and Dementia and the Second Amendment

Episode 43: ASHA Renews Vows, Blood Tests for Autism, and Dementia and the Second Amendment

 

Michael, Michelle, and Matt come together once again to discuss topics important in our field.  Matt continues to enjoy his summer break and working home health, Michelle continues to await her new arrival, and Michael gets his practice ready for the summer rush.

 

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Episode 40:

Episode 40:

Episode 40: Adult Articulation and Intelligibility, Homeopathic Medication, Summer Plans for Students with Autism, and IEPs Gone Wrong

This week’s episode Lucas pops in to let everyone know what is happening over at Talking with Tech.  Michael and Michelle wrap up their clinical work and Matt continues in the schools for two more weeks. 

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