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Supporting differently wired children can be both rewarding and challenging! Holly Blanc Moses, everyone's favorite behavior expert, shares her strategies to help children diagnosed with Autism and ADHD. If you want to learn how to effectively improve behavior, emotional health, social skills and academic performance, this podcast is for you.
 
Stay connected to what’s happening in the world of speech-language pathology! Daily tips, news, and updates to keep you in the loop and ready to tackle your day! Speech-Language Pathologist Carrie Clark hosts the show along with her guest correspondents, including research correspondent Dr. Meredith P Harold. Come hang out with us each morning for bite-size nuggets of SLP goodness!
 
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Working with older speech students is a challenge. We try our best, but we aren't superheroes, right? It is a lot different than working with younger students, and sometimes we make mistakes. In this episode, I am talking all about mistakes that SLPs tend to make when working with older students. I am sharing the mistakes that I have either made my…
 
How do you keep your older students motivated? This can be a real challenge, so I am talking all about it in this episode! I am covering three main reasons why older students aren’t motivated in the first place, and then I am getting into what you can do to change that. This is the first episode in a whole series that I am working on about working …
 
You already know these stats- ⭐️ 1 in 11 children are diagnosed with ADHD ⭐️ 1 in 54 children are diagnosed with Autism You also know that there are many social skills programs out there for differently wired children. Here's the thing - our kids are literally SURROUNDED by neurotypical kids. It's SO important to educate neurotypical children on ho…
 
There are so many CFs joining the field, and there are also so many brand new SLPs that just finished their CFs! This is such an exciting time for all of you. I remember being there myself, and I have learned so much since then. I have had my fair share of lessons and made so many mistakes, so I am sharing the five tips that I have for brand new CF…
 
Join Phil Kennedy, Personal Trainer, and me as we talk about ways to help children - Improve mental health Reduce the risk of illness Increase focus Improve academic performance Increase confidence Improve sleep, and Create more social opportunities *Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss anything! Hugs, Holly Blanc Moses - The Mom/Psychologist W…
 
How do you help your students with their social skills? My guest, Kimberly Delude, and I are talking all about social skills and how to work on social skills through books in this episode. She is the perfect person to be talking to about this because she actually wrote her own books to help promote language growth and social skills. Kimberly Delude…
 
Join Kenzie Clark, Transition Consultant, and me as we talk about ways to help children and young adults build person-centered transition plans. It's never too early and it's never too late:) *Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss anything! Hugs, Holly Blanc Moses - The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It ABOUT HOLLY ABOUT KENZIE Parents - Get your fre…
 
I know many of you in the schools are working with students that are also seeing children in private practices or outside therapy. There are also a lot of you that want to recommend students to outside therapy because they might not have qualified for school-based therapy. A lot of questions come up about these types of situations which is why I am…
 
Join Dell Zimmerman, Autistic Student, and me as we talk about ways parents, clinicians, and educators can help prepare teens for college in the future. *Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss anything! Hugs, Holly Blanc Moses - The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It ABOUT HOLLY Parents - Get your free Behavior Detective Guide Therapists - Get your fre…
 
Do you bring a strong multicultural mindset to your classroom? This is so important because it allows us to create greater connections with the many different families and clients that we work with. My guest, Sofia Almeida, is joining us to talk all about working with bilingual students and English language learners. She is also giving tips to mono…
 
"I am so grateful for not just the opportunity to see the world but for the sense of competence and independence, it's given me. - Amy Langston, Autistic Advocate Join Amy Langston and me as we chat about simple strategies to support children with autism and/or ADHD during travel and while staying away from home. *Make sure to subscribe so you don'…
 
Do you understand your role in supporting children who are D/Deaf and hard of hearing? If not, we are talking all about this with my guest, Sydney Bassard, from The Listening SLP in this episode! Sydney is a pediatric speech-language pathologist with a clinical focus in working with children who are deaf and hard of hearing and literacy. She's pass…
 
Join Dr. Nowell and me as we talk all about motivation and strategies that you can start using today. We are covering - Dopamine and the brain Timing Choices Compromise Clarity Distractions Goals Expectations and more! xx, Holly Blanc Moses - The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It LEARN more about Holly LEARN more about Dr. Nowell Parents get your FREE B…
 
What does executive functioning have to do with speech-language pathology? SLPs are able to work on many skills under the executive function umbrella including task initiation, focus, time management, working memory, task completion, organization, self-regulation, and more. Although it is a newer topic in our field, we are able to work with student…
 
Join Dr. Temple Grandin and me for part 2 of Supporting Special Interests. Supporting a child's special interests can - Increase confidence Help with friendships Support new interests Lots of Love, Holly Blanc Moses - The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It LEARN MORE ABOUT DR. TEMPLE GRANDIN LEARN MORE ABOUT HOLLY Parents - Get your free Behavior Detecti…
 
Do you know how SLPs fit into the dyslexia intervention process? In this episode, I am talking to Jeannette Washington about dyslexia and what an SLPs role is in treating children with dyslexia. Jeannette Washington, M.Ed. has worked as both a Speech Language Pathologist and Software Engineer. Her experience working largely with dyslexic learners h…
 
"I was bullied and teased except with my special interests." - Temple Grandin Join Dr. Temple Grandin and me as we talk about how supporting your child's special interests can - Increase confidence Help with friendships Support new interests Lots of Love, Holly Blanc Moses - The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It LEARN MORE ABOUT DR. TEMPLE GRANDIN LEARN…
 
Do you use YouTube in speech therapy? I hope you do! YouTube videos can be so motivating for our students and there are SO many goals that we can address while using them. I was interviewed by Deborah Brooks from the SLPs Wine and Cheese podcast to talk all about this topic, and I loved our conversation so much that I asked her if I can have the re…
 
We are missing girls. Every.Single.Day. They aren't being identified and are often misunderstood. Join Amy Gravino and me as we talk about how to better support autistic girls. Don't miss this important episode! Hugs, Holly - The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It LEARN MORE ABOUT AMY LEARN MORE ABOUT HOLLY Parents - Get your free Behavior Detective Guid…
 
Is there really a direct connection between difficulty with speech and learning to read? There sure is, and Angie Neal is joining me in this episode to talk about this connection. We are also getting into why we need to be aware of this as SLPs, and how to help our students with literacy. Angie Neal is the SLP Contact for the South Carolina State D…
 
Symptoms of depression are often difficult to identify in children diagnosed with Autism and/or ADHD. Join Meredith Dangel and me as we break down not only what to look for but also what variables can contribute to depression in these populations. xx, Holly Blanc Moses, The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It LEARN MORE ABOUT MEREDITH DANGEL LEARN MORE AB…
 
I can’t believe I haven’t talked about this on the podcast yet... I am talking all about using commercials in speech in today’s episode with a focus on using them to work on inferencing. Working on inferencing is definitely one of my favorite topics and goals to work on because it allows me to show my students that they can actually be successful! …
 
Time can be tricky for children diagnosed with Autism and/or ADHD. It can be difficult to - See future consequences Meet short and long term goals, and Get unstuck Join me for this important episode as I dive into the importance of showing time to address - Getting on and off electronics Turn-taking Chores Talking about tough topics, and Bathroom r…
 
How do you manage the behavior of your speech students? Lauren LaCour Haines from Busy Bee Speech is joining me in this episode to talk all about behavior when it comes to speech and language! Lauren LaCour Haines is a graduate of Louisiana State University and has been a school-based speech-language pathologist in the Baton Rouge area for several …
 
Have you ever been asked "How are you?" and you replied, "Fine" but you weren't. Me too. We don't even think about it. We just do it automatically. Well, it's a problem. I big problem. Listen as we break down the reasons why you may pretend you're fine and why it can cause you harm. I want to invite you to join me for a challenge. Let's DO THIS! Se…
 
Are you ready to hear about how you can use video games to help your students with their goals? Dr. Erik X. Raj is joining me in this episode to talk about using video games to keep older students excited to practice their goals and objectives, and evolve as communicators. Dr. Erik X. Raj holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American…
 
Are you sick and tired of professional development that isn't relevant to you in the field being a school-based SLP or an SLP that works with school-aged children? I’ve been there, and that is why I created the Speech Retreat conference which provides amazing professional development and practical and relevant information for school-based SLPs! I d…
 
Children with Autism and/or ADHD often report sensory sensitivities. In order to best support them, we need to better understand how these sensitivities impact their lives. Kadie King, a neurodivergent therapist, and mother of an autistic son joins me today to describe her own experience. She also provides great tips for parents, educators, and the…
 
Do you have students on your caseload that struggle with their vocabulary? In this episode, I am discussing how I help my students strengthen their vocabulary. I like to do this by focusing on strategies instead of specific words because I believe that they don't need to learn specific vocabulary words. They need to learn what to do when an unknown…
 
I'm thrilled that Amy Langston, Autistic Advocate, has joined us today to explain common assumptions about autism. We cover - Empathy Self-awareness, and Feared futures This episode is one of my most favorite and I can't wait for you to hear Amy's wise words. *Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss anything! Hugs, Holly Blanc Moses - The Mom/Psyc…
 
Some days or weeks are harder than others, and that is just the honest truth! Luckily, there are so many ways we can refocus and stay positive as SLPs. Marie Muratalla is joining me in this episode to talk about using improv as a way to stay positive and feel gratitude in the crazy SLP world we live in! Marie is a preschool SLP who has found a bala…
 
Children with Autism and/or ADHD are more likely to experience learning differences. These differences can contribute to feelings of- Anxiety Shame Embarrassment Isolation Hopelessness, and Anger Join Nicole and me as we talk about how to support children with dyslexia and help them thrive. Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss anything:) xx, Ho…
 
Do you incorporate the curriculum in your sessions? I get asked this all the time! In this episode, I am sharing a trick with you that I like to do that makes me feel like I am incorporating the curriculum into my sessions. This is a shorter episode, but I think you are going to get a lot of value out of hearing how I use curriculum maps to bring i…
 
If you're a parent, you'll want to hear this episode and share, share, and share some more. If you're a professional, you're going to LOVE this interview because you care deeply for your students, clients, and their families. I hope you join Casey (Occupational Therapist) and me as we talk about 5 things that professionals need to tell parents. Par…
 
Do you work with younger kiddos and their parents? My guest, Amanda Gerson, and I are talking about early intervention and the importance of parent involvement. Amanda (Karas) Gerson, M.S., CCC-SLP, TSSLD is a pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist with a passion for working with children, families and professionals. She really breaks down how to ma…
 
This isn't an easy topic - heart-breaking actually. However, it's one we can't avoid. Why? Because differently wired children are twice as likely to pass away early. These deaths are primarily due to unintentional injury. I hope you join Christina and me as we talk about Andrew's story and her mission to spread awareness. We also cover- Impulsivity…
 
Do you need help with goal selection, writing and management? My guest, Maureen Wilson, and I are going over this in today’s episode and giving out some valuable tips to benefit you and your students. Maureen has been a school based SLP for 10 years. She authors the blog, The Speech Bubble SLP. Maureen has a TpT store of the same name where she cre…
 
Join Lon Bartel, Dr. Daniel Openden, and me as we talk about educating law enforcement on how to best support children with Autism. We cover- How autistic adults collaborated with the interviewees What information to provide to law enforcement in the event of a crisis The skill to teach children now Strategies to help de-escalate When a parent is s…
 
Do you struggle with staying patient, calm and confident with the preschool population? Younger students can definitely be a challenge! I am excited to be talking about this on today’s episode with my guest, Anna Dalziel. Anna Dalziel, MSc.SLP, R,SLP, is a Speech-Language Pathologist who works primarily with 3-6 year olds with severe speech and lan…
 
This episode is a must-listen for parents, educators, and therapists who support children with Autism and/or ADHD. Join Dr. David Nowell and me as we take a deep dive into - Getting unstuck Trying even when it's hard The importance of practice Understanding time Calming strategies Motivation Prevention strategies and much more! xx, Holly Blanc Mose…
 
Do you need some advice on how to effectively provide important information to parents? Some parents have a hard time understanding or helping their children. Luckily, we are able to bridge that gap as SLPs, but it can be difficult sometimes! I am excited to be talking about this on today’s episode with my guest, Andi Putt. Andi is a pediatric SLP …
 
Join Brendan Mahan and me as we chat about cursing! We are covering: Social skills Coping skills Impulsivity Anxiety The who, what, when & where Don't miss any episodes - Make sure to subscribe:) xx, Holly Blanc Moses - The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It LEARN MORE ABOUT HOLLY LEARN MORE ABOUT BRENDAN PARENTS - Get your FREE Behavior Detective Guide …
 
How would you feel if you were being tested everyday? You would feel so much pressure! That is how our students would feel if we were always testing them especially because they are testing so often in the classroom. In this episode, I am talking all about why we should not always be testing our students and why we should be teaching them instead. …
 
Cara Conway of Paws with a Cause joins me to answer your questions about service dogs! Learn how to apply for a free service dog Understand the difference between a service dog and an emotional support animal Identify ways a service dog can help reduce anxiety, build confidence and improve communication Learn about matching Find out how a service d…
 
Do you own any SLP merchandise?! It is one of the best ways to advocate for ourselves and our field! I am excited to be talking about this on today’s episode with my guest, Brittany Jackson. Brittany is an SLP who has a very successful shop called Coffee & Communications. She creates merchandise for SLPs with a mission to advocate and educate. This…
 
When is the last time you gave yourself permission? Permission to - Rest Speak your mind Feel sad Take a breath Say, "No" Be still The truth is that we rarely give ourselves permission but that's about to change. Hayden and I talk about the importance of permission and how to start your first slip xx, Holly - The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It Learn …
 
Do you struggle with how to help your students understand difficult situations? Children-friendly books are a great way to open up dialog and start conversations. I am excited to be talking about this on today’s episode and give you some good advice! My guest, Hailey Glynn, is the perfect person to talk to about this because she recently became an …
 
Remote, in-person learning, and asynchronous days - It's overwhelming for students, parents, and teachers! Cassie Frost joins us today with 8 ways to help children with Autism and ADHD successfully transition. Don't miss this episode! xx, Holly Blanc Moses - The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It LEARN MORE ABOUT HOLLY LEARN MORE ABOUT CASSIE AND DISRUPT…
 
Did you know that there are less than 450 Board Certified Behavior Analysts worldwide? I am lucky to be talking to one on today’s episode! I am excited to be joined by my guest, Rose Griffin, to talk all about helping nonverbal students start to communicate. Whether you are new to working with nonverbal students or you are interested in learning mo…
 
Divorce can be more common in differently wired families. Teri Houghton joins me today to talk about a sensitive subject - divorce and co-parenting. We discuss time, energy, balancing needs, different parenting styles, and what you can and can't control. Hugs, Holly Blanc Moses - The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It LEARN ABOUT HOLLY Contact Teri - tbp…
 
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