Honeycomb Pandemic Packet

SLP Friends, I’ve been so encouraged by the creative kindness in personal and professional lives during the COVID-19 pandemic. In an effort to share generously with our patients in mind, I’ve created a 20-page download focused on: Using speech therapy to meet functional needs for the client during the pandemic Home program templates that can be […]

Motor Speech: Contrastive Stress Sentences

In celebration of my launch of Functional Treatment for Motor Speech, this blog series looks closer at individual treatments for dysarthria and acquired apraxia. As someone who embraces the Life Participation Approach in speech therapy, it’s my aim to provide any sort of speech therapy in a way that improves functional outcomes. We are used […]

Motor Speech: 8-Step Continuum

In celebration of my launch of Functional Treatment for Motor Speech, this blog series looks closer at individual treatments for dysarthria and acquired apraxia. As someone who embraces the Life Participation Approach in speech therapy, it’s my aim to provide any sort of speech therapy in a way that improves functional outcomes. We are used […]

Motor Speech: Rhythmic Speech Cueing

In celebration of my launch of Functional Treatment for Motor Speech, this blog series looks closer at individual treatments for dysarthria and apraxia. As someone who embraces the Life Participation Approach in speech therapy, it’s my aim to provide any sort of speech therapy in a way that improves functional outcomes. We are used to […]

Motor Speech: Sound Production Treatment

In celebration of my launch of Functional Treatment for Motor Speech, this blog series looks closer at individual treatments for dysarthria and apraxia. As someone who embraces the Life Participation Approach in speech therapy, it’s my aim to provide any sort of speech therapy in a way that improves functional outcomes. We are used to […]

Motor Speech: Be Clear

In celebration of my launch of Functional Treatment for Motor Speech, this blog series looks closer at individual treatments for dysarthria and apraxia. As someone who embraces the Life Participation Approach in speech therapy, it’s my aim to provide any sort of speech therapy in a way that improves functional outcomes. We are used to […]

Where Do I Begin in my Person-Centered Care Journey?

Dear SLP, Can I tell you something? If you’re quietly recognizing that your therapy materials could use a bit of a change to be more meaningful or relevant with the adults you treat… but maybe you’re afraid to say something, or ask how…. I just want to let you know that I’ve been there.

Discovering Functional Needs: Standardized Tests

You want to use a person-centered care approach — working on meaningful goals and activities with the person you are treating — but it’s just SO. HARD. to know how to do that when all you have is a standardized score from the CLQT (see also: MOCA, WAB, RIPA, WJ-III, TEA, and on and on). […]

Discovering Functional Needs: Motivational Interviewing

You want to use a person-centered care approach — working on meaningful goals and activities with the person you are treating — but it’s just SO. HARD. to know how to do that when all you have is a standardized score from the CLQT (see also: MOCA, WAB, RIPA, WJ-III, TEA, and on and on). […]

Discovering Functional Needs: Observing Real Activities

You want to use a person-centered care approach — working on meaningful goals and activities with the person you are treating — but it’s just SO. HARD. to know how to do that when all you have is a standardized score from the CLQT (see also: MOCA, WAB, RIPA, WJ-III, TEA, and on and on). […]