#032: Best of 2019

This week is a little different than usual, because we’re doing our first ever SLP Now podcast end-of-year round-up! ๐ŸŽ‰ Keep reading to find out about the Best of 2019 episodes!

It has been such an incredible experience diving into the world of podcasting โ€” thank goodness I was prepared for all of the learning… Thanks, grad school! ๐Ÿ˜‚

In all seriousness, I’m so grateful for all of the wonderful SLPs that have been along for the ride, the incredible guests I’ve had the opportunity to speak with, and that the episodes are eligible for ASHA credits (thank you SpeechTherapyPD)! ๐Ÿค“

So, grab your beverage of choice (I’ll have a chai latte!), put your feet up, and listen in.

Top Five Episodes of 2019

5. Episode 17 – How to Tackle Oral-Facial Exams

Amy Graham is so incredibly knowledgeable when it comes to speech sound disorders. She did not disappoint with this episode.

She also deserves a special award because sheโ€™s the first repeat guest on the podcast! Her episode on childhood apraxia of speech just went live last week, so check out episode 31 if you want to hear more from her!

4. Episode 14 – Where to Start with Fluency Therapy

This interview with Lauren LaCour from Busy Bee Speech was so. incredibly. helpful! I absolutely loved hearing her story, and I love her philosophy.

Lauren backs up this idea with so. many. practical strategies and therapy ideas that you can implement right away.

3. Episode 2 – Getting Organized as an SLP

This was a solo episode that I did about getting organized! Organization is my love language, and it makes my heart so happy that yโ€™all humor me when I talk about all things organization. ๐Ÿ™‚

Be sure to download episode 2 if you want to hear all of the tips I shared–or if you want a refresher! The holiday break can be a great time to get organized. ๐Ÿค“

2. Episode 6 – A Crash Course on the Complexity Approach

…for Rapid Intelligibility Gains!

This interview with Jennifer Taps Richard from SLPath.com was jam-packed with information…it was definitely a crash course!

Check out episode 6 if you want to learn how to implement the complexity approach with your caseload!

**Aaaaand drumroll pleaseโ€ฆthe most popular episode of the year was:**

1. Episode 5 – The Cycles Approach

Shannon Werbeckes from Speechy Musings broke down the cycles approach and made it so incredibly approachable. This episode is filled with practical tips and analogies that make so. much. sense.

And thatโ€™s a wrap on the Best of 2019!

I canโ€™t wait to share even more amazing conversations next year! If you want to help us find even more amazing speakers, please consider leaving a five-star rating for the podcast.

I so appreciate you, and I hope you have an amazing holiday season.

See you again in the new year!



Hi there! I'm Marisha. I am a school-based SLP who is all about working smarter, not harder. I created the SLP Now Membership and love sharing tips and tricks to help you save time so you can focus on what matters most--your students AND yourself.

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