We are thankful that many of our top bloggers have interviewed with us so that we can offer you a glimpse of why they do what they do.
Speech Pathology Blogger Interviews
Although online speech pathology master’s programs don’t usually offer concentrations, speech-language pathologists (SLPs) do have the ability to focus their career on different populations, settings, conditions, and teaching strategies. We created this list of top speech pathology blogs to celebrate all of the interesting paths a speech pathology career can take!
The Home Health SLP Handbook started off as a resource for grad students to provide new SLPs with confidence going into the field.
Read our interview with Carrie Clark, a speech-language pathologist who has a knack for breaking down complex speech and language topics into manageable, step-by-step guides. We talk with the creator of Speech and Language Kids about implementing research into practice and the importance of parental feedback.
Lisa Murray has over 10 years experience working with children and adults in a variety of settings and is currently starting her 5th year in home health.
Read our interview with Jessica Danley, a Senior Speech-Language Pathologist who specializes in evaluation and treatment of adults with cognitive-communication, motor speech and swallowing impairments. She has gained over 10 years of experience in pediatric and medical settings.
Read our interview with Mary Cooper, a veteran Speech/Language Pathologist in her 34th year as an SLP. 32 of those years have been in the public schools. She holds the Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Read our interview with Becky Wanca, who has over 20 years of experience working in pediatrics with an emphasis on articulation and language disorders. Through her private practice, she has treated children in clinical settings, as well in their homes, daycares, and schools.
Read our interview with Kimberly Scanlon, the author of the best-selling book My Toddler Talks: Strategies and Activities to Promote Your Child's Language Development and the unique interactive picture book Learning to Read Is a Ball.
Read our interview with Donna Miazga, a licensed Speech Language Pathologist for over 25 years first working in medical settings and brain injury rehab before switching to the public school setting. Donna lives with her husband and family outside of Madison Wisconsin and works as an SLP in a public school setting.