Read our interview with Nanette Cote, who has been providing speech and language therapy since 1995 in a variety of settings. In addition to her private caseload, Nanette contracts with Presence Learning to provide teletherapy services.
Read our interview with Megan Sutton, ASHA- and SAC-certified speech-language pathologist with 14 years of experience, specializing in aphasia. She designs apps for adult speech therapy through her company Tactus Therapy Solutions in Vancouver, Canada.
Read our interview with Tatyana Elleseff MA CCC-SLP, a bilingual speech-language pathologist who specializes in working with multicultural, internationally & domestically adopted as well as at-risk children with complex communication disorders in a hospital, school, and private practice settings.
Read our interview with Nicole Kolenda, M.S., CCC-SLP, P.C., where we ask her about working as a speech-language pathologist with children with autism and teaching speech pathology students as a university professor.
Read our interview with Lisa Kathman and Sarah Bevier of SLP Toolkit, where we talk about technology in Speech-Language Pathology and how it can help SLPs get organized and manage paperwork.
Read our interview with Katie Gore MA, CCC-SLP, founder and president at Speech IRL, a professional communications and therapy practice. Katie talks with us about working with adults as a speech pathologist, the importance of integrating therapy and real life, and understanding your clients' perspectives.
Read our interview with Dr. Meredith Poore Harold, an Assistant Professor at Rockhurst University in Kansas City, where she supports future clinicians. Meredith talks with us about evidence-based practice, where we need it most, and how to make it a part of any SLP practice.
Read our interview with Sean Sweeney of Speech Techie, where he talks with us about technology in the speech room, how it's changing, and how to make sure it's effective.