The Speech Science Podcast

Due to illness and events outside of their control, episode 104 has been delayed, until now.  Michelle was out this week, but Dr. Tiffany Hogan stepped into to keep Michael and Matt in line.  Tiffany hosts the See, Hear, Speak Podcast.  Matt continues to be addicted to Tik Tok videos and the hashtag Tip Tok. Billy Fuller, the author of the ASHA Article “ Now Hiring, Black Male SLPs.  How does play impact learning, the crew will discuss the impact on therapy.  The crew also revisits dyslexia and Dr. Hogan’s study.   


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SSPOD Shoutout: We want to know your #SSPODSHOUTOUT.  This week, the crew recognizes the Podcast See Hear Speak and the PTSDSLP. 


SSPOD Due Process:  Do you have a complaint or need to vent, then you want to participate in the #SSPODDUEPROCESS.  Katie is the first with a due process.  Katie has concerns over the way social skills was presented in a previous episode and the way it seemed the crew was for masking deficits and social thinking.  Dr. Tiffany Hogan wants to let Matt and Michael know that they may not have been right a few episodes back about her research.       


Article #1: Predicting Dyslexia: A few weeks back, the crew looked at a study about predicting dyslexia.  However, the crew may have downplayed a few key parts of the study.  Tiffany helps break down the article and the true predictor of dyslexia. 


Article #2: Hands-On Learning, More Play May Improve Kindergarten Experience for Students, Teachers: We know that play is great for developing minds.  Is there enough play happening to allow for true language development. 


Interview:  Billy Fuller, MS, CF-SLP wrote an article for ASHA labeled, Now Hiring Black Male SLPs.  He sat down with Matt and spoke about his experience in grad school and in the field.  He tells the story about how when he arrived the student next to him told him that his class was down the hall. 


The Informed SLP:  If you’re an SLP practicing in the NICU or a parent of a premature infant, did you ever consider that some feeding difficulties may arise from inconsistencies in the flow rate of nipples?  The Informed SLP crew look at the latest research looking at this. 


ASHA Spotlight:   The Look at the ASHA Advocacy Minute


Hot Take:  Matt looks at the current way we have to give money to both sides of the aisle to get a bill passed. 




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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


See Hear Speak Podcast


ASD and the Due Process This Week


Predicting Dyslexia


Impactful Play


Now Hiring: Black Male SLPs


ASHA Spotlight

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