Occupational therapy materials include fidgets, beads, and puzzles. Learn about a school-based occupational therapist’s favorite resources from none other than Becca’s mom!
Q & A
Interviews with related service professionals and caregivers. We will post a new Q & A each month! Enjoy!
This month, we chatted with Maya and Cynthia, co-hosts of the Proud Stutter podcast, out of California. Proud Stutter has made quick moves - featured on NPR’s Life Kit and Fox Channel 2 News (KTVU). We’ve thoroughly enjoyed listening and our conversation with them!
We were thrilled to speak with Paul, another one of our favorite SLPs! He discussed his current research, collaborative approach with other service professionals, and more.
Becca is a speech-language pathologist (SLP) who lives and works in New York. She told us about how she came into this field, the many things she does as an SLP, and what she does outside of work.
Emily is a pediatric physical therapist who resides and works in the Tampa Bay area of Florida. She shares some of her professional experiences with us since receiving her doctorate of physical therapy, including co-authoring her first research publication!
This month, we interviewed Micaela, a Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in New York. She shared what she does and how she works with SLPs as she helps support students who are Deaf or hard of hearing (e.g. have hearing loss of some type)
We interviewed Leigh, a Pediatric Dietician working at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida. She discusses her array of experiences working with children and also shares her knowledge as Certified Lactation Counselor (CLC)