The Speech Science Podcast
Social Language Impact on Cognition and COVID Brain Fog

Social Language Impact on Cognition and COVID Brain Fog

February 4, 2022

Matt, Michelle, Michael and special guest host, Marie Severson dive into the research and pop news in and related to the field of Speech and Language Pathology and the Informed SLP breaks down the latest research.   On this week’s episode the group looks at social interaction and cognitive decline and what may be causing brain fog in Long Covid.  The Informed SLP looks at a recent study that looked at improved oral health through the use of gummy vitamins.   

 

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Everything You Need to Know for Your Side Hustle

Everything You Need to Know for Your Side Hustle

January 25, 2022

Matt, Michelle, Michael and special guest host, Mai Ling Chan (CPO of Xceptional Learning, Xceptional Leaders Podcast, Becoming an Xceptional Leader) dive into the research and pop news in and related to the field of Speech and Language Pathology and the Informed SLP breaks down the latest research.   On this week’s episode the group discusses everything you need to know when it comes to making a side hustle into your main hustle.  The Informed SLP looks at thickened liquids and nipple flow for infants.    

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Whose Fault is Burnout, Our Favorite Apps, and Special Guest Kristin Martinez

Whose Fault is Burnout, Our Favorite Apps, and Special Guest Kristin Martinez

January 18, 2022

Matt, Michelle, Michael and special guest host, Rachel Archaumbault (the PTSDSLP) dive into the research and pop news in and related to the field of Speech and Language Pathology and the Informed SLP breaks down the latest research.   On this week’s episode the group looks at who is to blame for burnout and their favorite apps for online therapy.  Michelle interviewed Kristin Martinez from Presence Learning.  The Informed SLP tackles the Aging Swallow. 

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Intelligibility Norms and Special Education Predictions

Intelligibility Norms and Special Education Predictions

January 11, 2022

Matt, Michelle, and Michael dive into the research and pop news in and related to the field of Speech and Language Pathology and the Informed SLP breaks down the latest research.    Due to technical difficulties, the audio on this episode has been repaired and some parts had to be cut due to audio troubles.   On this week’s episode, they look at 2 key predictions for the realm of special education on the other side of the pandemic and why what we think of intelligibility norms may be way off.  The Informed SLP tackles Dysarthria Severity.   PresenceLearning has also teamed up with Speech Science for a brand new giveaway!  

 

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Confronting Your Bias

Confronting Your Bias

November 1, 2021

 

 

Yes Matt does say 148 all episode but it is 147.  Matt lost track of the episode numbers!  Matt, Michelle, and Michael check in with their current therapy realms and then dive deep into identifying personal biases.  The Informed SLP tackles communication deficits in the NICU. 

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Season 6 Kickoff!

Season 6 Kickoff!

October 25, 2021

This week Matt and Michelle kick off season 6 while Michael returns from a speaking engagement.  The crew discuss where they have been and the rise of fake SLPs in social media.  They also have homework for the listeners, what is your bias?

The Informed SLP dives into the world of Cup Based Evidence. .   

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The Informed SLP: They take a look at the science on choosing the right cup for a typically-developing child—and find that there isn’t any.

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The rising tide of the school caseload and medical field burnout

The rising tide of the school caseload and medical field burnout

June 30, 2021

Matt, Michael, and Michelle look at the rising tidal wave of increased caseloads that may happen during the next school year.  With students being served at home and missed evaluations, there is an assumption that caseloads will rise the next year.  The group also looks at medical burnout and way to avoid it.  The Informed SLP breaks down unilateral vocal fold immobility.

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Trauma Informed Care and Parkinson’s Disease and Dysphagia

Trauma Informed Care and Parkinson’s Disease and Dysphagia

June 7, 2021

This week Michael has taken the week off but Speech Science is lucky to have Ruchi Kapila step in as a cohost.  Ruchi is the Co-Creater and Co-Host of The Hyndsyte Project Podcast.  Michelle continues to re-pack for her move back to the state of Texas!  Ruchi just returned from presenting at the Northwest Art and Science of the Performing Voice Conference and is looking forward to the next few weeks of being in Texas.  Matt finished at the school district for the summer and took his boys camping over the weekend.    

The crew discuss the need to address trauma and the return to in person therapy and the affect medication may have on dysphagia and patients with Parkinson’s Disease.  The Informed SLP looks at recommendations for Oral Care with patients with Parkinson’s Disease.  The shoutout this week goes to MarissaMM and other grad students who have recently passed their Praxis and are preparing for the world of being a CF.  The Due Process asks the crew if they would be okay with wearing identification on their name badge identifying if they have received the vaccine or not.     

The Discord is up and ready for people to interact with the crew 24/7 with a new website, www.discord.speechsciencepodcast.com.

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Topic #1:  As the world of therapy continues to move to in person, the crew discuss the importance of addressing and acknowledging the unspoken trauma that our clients and students have been through. 

Topic #2: A recent student looked at the impact medications may have on dysphagia in patients with Parkinson’s Disease.  Medication may lead to poorer oral health conditions and when paired with poor self-recognition of dysphagia symptoms may be putting our patients at risk. 

        

The Informed SLP: You’re seeing a patient with Parkinson’s Disease (PD) who’s complaining of difficulty swallowing. Your exam reveals that his overall oral health is in need of some attention. We know the state of our mouths has a lot to do with how we chew and swallow. Maybe this is contributing to his difficulty swallowing?

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Credits

Intro Music: Please Listen Carefully by Jahzzar is licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike License.

Bump Music: County Fair Rock, copyright of John Deku, at soundcloud.com/dirtdogmusic

The Informed SLP: At The Count by Broke For Free is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License

Closing Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

 

Show Links

 

The Informed SLP:

https://www.theinformedslpmembers.com/reviews-adults/open-wide-recommendations-for-oral-care-with-patients-with-parkinsons-disease

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs40120-021-00237-4

 

Ruchi Kapila

https://hyndsyteproject.podbean.com/

https://kapilavoiceandspeech.clientsecure.me/?fbclid=IwAR0uwSTmugLq2CA7p2F9FNdvxs_jRWgIyRXuSSkcaStdxYf4IR61okIT36I

 

Trauma and the Client

https://neworleanscitybusiness.com/blog/2021/05/25/prepare-to-address-trauma-special-needs-of-returning-students/?fbclid=IwAR0PVUPxs3_n77ZSJ_Dg_SR4olWg4fxkcUEERe_EfoRIk84K7GuUAt2SgPU

 

Dysphagia and Parkinson’s

https://parkinsonsnewstoday.com/2021/05/25/swallowing-abilities-affect-parkinsons-disease-progression-study/?fbclid=IwAR0QisUnVF4K43AxsHEanRsiDjTs_RV7sYCZaApbLh5REdQeTq3F9s5CkFk

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8088364/

 

ASHA:

https://leader.pubs.asha.org/do/10.1044/2021-0524-medicare-audiology-bill/full/

 

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What is the SLP Role in Executive Functioning and the Cup of Council Podcast

What is the SLP Role in Executive Functioning and the Cup of Council Podcast

May 18, 2021

This week Michelle is unable to join the crew.  Michael recounts his week of finally getting back to golfing and the role of expanding his private practice.  Matt talks about the immediate gratification of doing yard work.   

Matt and Michael take a deep dive into the role SLPs have in executive functioning and why we should be taking the lead role.  Matt had an opportunity to sit down with the hosts of the Cup of Council podcast.  The Council talks about their journey to podcasting and how it affected them as friends and therapists.  The Informed SLP tackles the importance of honor the risk and well-being balance of our patients and dysphagia.  The shoutout this week goes to a young man from FGCU for creating a new AAC program.  The Due Process asks the crew if they would take a job that had more money or a smaller caseload.   

The Discord is up and ready for people to interact with the crew 24/7 with a new website, www.discord.speechsciencepodcast.com.

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Topic #1:  What is executive functioning?  Are you familiar with inner language?  Executive functioning and inner language may be related and may explain why SLPs should be taking the lead of executive functioning therapy. 

Interview:  The Cup of Council podcast stopped by to talk about the process of creating a new podcast, its effect on them as therapists, and how it made their friendships even strong.          

The Informed SLP: We know that dysphagia is more than just swallowing to nursing home residents but what about those that discharge to the community? Diet adherence for community-dwelling adults with dysphagia is even more nuanced.

ASHA Spotlight: It is Better Hearing and Speech Month.  On ASHA’s website, they have free resources for therapists promoting BHSM. 

 

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Credits

Intro Music: Please Listen Carefully by Jahzzar is licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike License.

Bump Music: County Fair Rock, copyright of John Deku, at soundcloud.com/dirtdogmusic

The Informed SLP: At The Count by Broke For Free is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License

Closing Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

 

Show Links

 

The Informed SLP:

https://www.theinformedslpmembers.com/reviews-adults/throwback-2017-adhere-adhere-to-your-dysphagia-diet-shifting-focus-from-medical-risk-to-patient-well-being

https://academic.oup.com/gerontologist/article/58/4/749/2894404

 

Shoutout

https://fgcu360.com/2021/04/23/student-school-of-entrepreneurship-lauded-for-innovation-with-2021-edison-award/?fbclid=IwAR3ZTz2YduRRQKjOEjSVsx5EgHLLlc9l13_ZOho-U6BdOWV13TudZQX7I4k

Cup of Council

https://cupofcouncil.buzzsprout.com/?fbclid=IwAR3S8STaoso6nVBMM-aecydoE4NkOBgHEG9Z5sUgdndsYti9e69fiamoJ8M

https://ninefivetofreedom.com/podcast/?fbclid=IwAR0LH9k7B1tlDkxXRq3lseb2sM40hU3VjitRtFRzQoZvAhMcl_p-CkxFX74

 

ASHA Elections

https://www.asha.org/bhsm

 

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What do you need in your speech bag?

What do you need in your speech bag?

May 1, 2021

this week, Michael, Matt, and Michelle were joined by Learn With Less’ Ayelet Marinovich!  Ayelet’s kids have returned to in person school this week.  Michelle received her second shot of the vaccine.  Michael celebrated Earth Day.  Matt took his son’s Cub Scout pack to the Reds Stadium for a tour and goes off on the hospital that mis-charted his daughter’s hearing loss.              

On today’s show, Ayelet joins the crew to talk about what is important to have in your speech bag and what’s worth it and what’s worth skipping, a look at ASHA Elections and the lack of diversity, and the Informed SLP dives into the link between posture and your voice.   The crew breaks down the over-reliance school districts have on standardized assessments and ensuring students meet a certain threshold. 

 

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