Do you listen to any podcasts for SLPs? If you said yes, this is the blog post for you. Here is a list of 28 awesome podcasts for SLPs that you should begin listening to right now! (The list below is in alphabetical order!)
A podcast about how we communicate and how that communication changes our lives from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association.
In the Autism Outreach Podcast, Speech Therapist and BCBA, Rose Griffin from ABA SPEECH, provides her best, ready to use autism interventions and speech therapy techniques to inspire professionals and parents working with students with autism. With 20 years of experience in the field, Rose understands one of the biggest challenges parents, therapists and educators face on a daily basis is helping students strengthen their communication skills.
Listeners will regain a sense of calm as Rose breaks down trusted therapy techniques to try at home or school to provide support to students. Rose will address a variety of topics on autism spectrum disorder: how autism symptoms present in babies and toddlers, recognizing the differences between autism and a speech delay, early intervention therapies, autism evaluation, autism diagnosis, how to help a child with autism start communicating if they are nonverbal, helping students who engage in problem behavior, functional communication skills, increasing student engagement and improving social skills. An excellent listen for parents and professionals alike, with a mix of interviews and solo shows designed to inspire, empower, and provide you with confidence to help your students. Hit subscribe and learn more at www.abaspeech.org.
Deglutition talk with Dr. Ianessa A. Humbert, PhD and Alicia K. Vose. Ianessa A. Humbert is also a host of the podcast, Evidence and Argument below.
A podcast from two scientists in speech-language pathology, passionate about the connection amongst evidence, practice and ethics in our field and beyond.
This podcast for SLPs is led by Ianessa Humbert, PhD, CCC-SLP and Meredith Harold, PhD, CCC-SLP. Ianessa Humbert, Ph.D. is an accomplished scientist, professor, and highly sought-after speaker with expertise in swallowing and swallowing disorders. Dr. Humbert’s innovative training style has been funded by ASHFoundation and extends to non-traditional learning formats, including the popular Down the Hatch podcast, her YouTube Channel,and STEP (Swallowing Training and Education Portal; lovingly known as Swallowing Netflix).
Dr. Harold is a former speech–language pathologist and university faculty. Currently she focuses entirely on science communication and leadership in speech-language pathology, and is best known for bridging the gap between clinical practice and science through The Informed SLP.
Join Speech-Language Pathologist: Michelle Dawson, MS, CCC-SLP,
CLC for First Bite – Fed, Fun and Functional Resources for the Pediatric SLP. If you’re a SLP who has more questions than answers when it comes to treating your medically complex/fragile pediatric patients, this podcast is for you! Michelle offers her own unique insights and interviews colleagues that are experts in their respective fields with the goal of inspiring and illuminating all aspects of diagnosing and treating this unique population. Each episode of First Bite is worth .1 ASHA CEU for speech therapy after completing the accompanying podcourse through SpeechTherapyPD.com.
Join speech-language pathologists, Claire Barbao and Rachael Hendzell, on the ‘Let’s Taco Bout Speech’ Podcast as they aim to support both SLPs and parents alike. Weekly episodes focus on enhancing therapy sessions, teaching parents how to cultivate language rich activities at home and interviewing experts in the field about their experiences.
I have had the pleasure of being on this podcast! I joined Rachael and Claire to discuss book-related activities and resources to support learning and language. The podcast episode is called All About Books.
A podcast that’s enthusiastic about linguistics by Gretchen McCulloch and Lauren Gawne. A lively, deep, language-y conversation with real linguists!
This podcast for SLPs provides relevant and informative content from proud and chatty LGBT SLPs.
If you’re frustrated because you struggle to be the SLP that can get all the job tasks done in a work day, the Real Talk SLP podcast by The Dabbling Speechie will help.
Your host, Felice Clark, shares advice on how to realistically tackle all the areas that stress out SLPs. With practical advice, real life stories and solutions to the many problems speech pathologists face every day in the job, Felice and her guests will give you the inspiration you need to take actionable steps with managing your caseload more efficiently.
You can listen to my episode with Felice here, where I discuss preschool assessments!
Join Dr. Sydnee McElroy and her husband Justin McElroy for a tour of all the dumb, bad, gross, weird and wrong ways we’ve tried to fix people. From time to time, topics related to speech are discussed.
A podcast for SLPs to motivate and inspire school-based SLPs. Just the tips, strategies, and low prep therapy ideas you need to walk into your therapy room with confidence and plan with ease. The podcast host is SLP, Hallie Sherman.
SLP Happy Hour is a podcast for caring SLPs who want more calm
and less chaos in their workday. They are passionate about combating perfectionism and helping SLPs create stronger and healthier relationships with their work worlds, and to have more fun and calm at home. On the podcast, we talk about happiness, SLP lesson fails, easy (lazy) lessons, new habits we are trying to create, and tips and tricks for maintaining more SLP calm.
The SLP Nerdcast was created to offer free access to high quality conference-like lectures with affordable ASHA CEUs. The convenience of learning through a podcast means you can listen and learn while you live. Listen to the podcast, purchase your certificate, and a quiz will be sent to you. Once you pass with a score of 80% or higher a certificate will be sent to you.
Kate and Amy are two speech language pathologists (one dually
certified BCBA) who met several years ago and became kindred spirits in nerdiness and sci-fi fantasy books. They enjoy reading, thinking, and discussing speech language pathology topics. They are lifelong learners and clinicians with over 30 years combined experience working with individuals who have complex communication needs across a range of settings including outpatient, private practice, public schools, and private schools.
SLP Nerdcast is brought to you by Grandbois Therapy + Consulting, LLC, a private practice just outside Boston that specializes in speech therapy, AAC, legal consultation and witness work, mentoring, and trainings.
The SLP Stress Management Podcast is the place for SLPs to manage stress, reduce burn out and find more balance in their lives. In each of these (short) episodes, I’ll share some real-world tips on how to work through stress as an SLP, a little science behind it and even some of the host’s own journey through the world of chronic stress and burn out. This podcast for SLPs is hosted by SLP, Jessi Andricks.
After 4 years as an SLP, Jessi was overwhelmed, stressed and heading straight to burn out. There was no balance in her life and everyday was overwhelming, exhausting and challenging. There seemed to be no joy in the work she was doing and it trickled into every other aspect of her life. Finally, she threw in the towel, called it quits and followed her passion of nutrition, yoga and wellness coaching. After a few years, and a new perspective, she was ready to work as an SLP again, this time with the tools she needed to prevent any burn out. She now works in the field, as well as coaches others on how to find more balance in their lives as a kick-butt, hard working SLP.
Jessi earned her Masters Degree in Speech Therapy from the Medical University of South Carolina. She is a trained Integrative Health Coach through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, an E-RYT 200 hr Yoga Teacher and author of Detox 101 and The Smoothie Life. She has been featured in Yoga Magazine as well as on MindBodyGreen and the Huffington Post.
“Spectrum Sundays” is a weekly series podcast for SLPs committed to bringing together autism professionals and advocates. Their Mission is to educate the general public about autism spectrum disorders while empowering individuals to share their stories and our Vision is to cultivate a community of inclusion, appreciation, and acceptance for individuals and families in the autism community.
Hosted by Matt Hott, Michael McLeoud, and Michelle Wintering, Speech Science interviews leaders in the field of speech and language therapy, individuals who are making a difference in the lives of others with disabilities, and interviewing individuals who have overcome deficits in their own lives. Weekly they offer news stories related to the field and critical reviews of literature, tools, and ideas related to speech and language therapy and audiology. New episodes are released every Tuesday.
The Speech Uncensored Podcast is your one-stop shop to dig deeper into the world of medical Speech and Language Pathology. Each episode features a conversational style interview on a topic relevant to the medical SLP scope of practice. Guests are SLPs in the trenches, professors, researchers, inventors, PTs, OTs, doctors…. professionals with insight and tools that we can use to work smarter and generate better outcomes for our patients. The host, Leigh Ann Porter, MA, CCC-SLP created the Speech Uncensored Podcast to connect medical SLPs with helpful resources, promote patient centered care, and highlight the diversity in our field and scope of practice.
The Speechie Side Up podcast is hosted by author, AAC specialist, and matcha tea lover, Venita Litvack. Every week, you get to hear what other SLPs are doing in the field and how they found their passion. This podcast was created to help YOU stop reinventing the wheel and start loving your job again! I shared my tips for improving job satisfaction with Venita on Episode 11!
StutterTalk® is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to talking openly about stuttering. StutterTalk is the first and longest running podcast on stuttering. Since 2007 they have published more than 700 podcasts which are heard in 180 countries.
The Swallow Your Pride Podcast was created with the purpose of diving deeper into the issues that speech-language pathologists face when working with patients with swallowing disorders. This podcast for SLPs discusses many controversial topics in order to provide the LATEST evidence-based treatment strategies, and create a community of dysphagia clinicians who want to consume incredibly valuable insight and information. Their goal is to allow you to #swallowyourpride, and be open and willing to try the latest in evidence based treatment approaches by learning from experts and researchers in the field of speech therapy in order to create the best outcomes for the patients who need it most!
This podcast for SLPs provides stories, facts and information about Developmental Language Disorder brought to you by the DLD Project.
Join speech-language pathologists, Rachel and Chris as they discuss supporting complex communication needs with alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) and assistive technology.
In March of 2020, I was honored to be a guest speaker on this podcast! I discussed my TpT business and how I grew to over 25,000 followers so quickly, as well as my materials that I have created for other SLPs and why I am motivated to share my ideas!
Increasingly, healthcare and educational professionals are delivering services using teleconferencing platforms. For speech-language pathologists and audiologists, delivering diagnostic and treatment services using distance technology is called telepractice. In this podcast, Kim Dutro Allen and Dr. K Todd Houston share the latest news, tips, and insights from other professionals who are interviewed in each episode.
Life is too short to hold back from speaking freely and living with purpose. Join Uri Schneider as he explores and learns from the true stories of real life heroes in the world of stuttering and beyond. They explore the challenges, triumphs and most of all, how to transcend stuttering and discover your best self.
Being a school based SLP is hard and Lisa and Sarah have made many mistakes along the way! This podcast is all about what really happens in the speech room as well as adventures in starting their own company!
Back in 2018, I had the pleasure of sharing with Lisa and Sarah all about how I started my business, what it takes to be successful and why I love doing it in the podcast episode, Running My Business is Harder than Being an SLP.
Views from the 8% shares the experiences and amplifies the voices of the minoritized 8% of speech-language pathologists. Join Jordyn Carroll, M.S., CCC-SLP (@JRC_theSLP), a Black SLP as she advocates for representation and diversification in and outside of the field. Featuring interviews from the 8%, stories, resources, lessons, conversations, and actionable items to continue bettering ourselves and our communities.
Andee is a Speech-Language Pathologist who creates interactive, digital resources for speech therapists and special educators and talks all things teletherapy on her podcast.
Learn from disability-focused leaders about high profile topics and how they are truly making a difference. Mai Ling and Martyn give you front row access to intimate conversations that are shaping the way the world is supporting people with disabilities. If it’s happening – it’s being shared here.
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