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: 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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Episode 34: Jake Greenspan

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Episode 33

Episode 33

This week on Speech Science, the crew return following the winter break.  Matt's voice is almost gone, but Luke, Theresa, and special Guest Erik Raj hold the show together.  

National trends show that Autism diagnosis may not be on the rise.  How true is this data?  What are some national trends for therapy? The group uses their expertise to try and figure that out.  

Dementia affects everyone.  Terry Jones, of Monty Python fame, is another celebrity that can shine a light on the disease.  What are some current therapy models available?  

 

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Episode 32: The Young Family

This week on Speech Science, the crew was once again live on Youtube and answering questions during the first half of the show.  Matt got hit by cow, Ivan presented on Speech Science, Dr. Sandiford recounts her TSA experience, and we learned Lucas has family ties to professional bull riding. 

 

The topics for discussion include a substitute teacher claims a student is a terrorist and how do we prepare our students for the public perception they may perceive based on color, race, or religion. 

 

Lastly, the Young family sat down with Ivan this week to discuss their family and the role they have raising a student with autism. 

Episode 30: Dr. Billy T. Ogletree, ASHA Convention Responses, A Night of Too Many Stars, Autism on TV

Episode 30: Dr. Billy T. Ogletree, ASHA Convention Responses, A Night of Too Many Stars, Autism on TV

Episode 30, the crew attempt to go live on Facebook for the first time and it was a success.  The group is recovering from the ASHA Convention in Los Angeles.  The group also debates how many times do you see someone before you don’t have to say hello to them, sparked by people doing laps on the ASHA floor.  Matt continues to push to raise awareness this November for the Movember Foundation. 

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