In this episode, we were honored to speak with the first-ever Juvenile Forensic SLP - Dr. Shameka Stanford MS, CCC-SLP, about her groundbreaking work with youth across the country. Dr. Stanford detailed her niche role in childrens’ lives, sharing with us a day in the life of a Juvenile Forensic SLP, the process of assessing different diagnoses with her clients, how to properly address student behaviors in a school setting, and more.
On this episode, we brought in the big guns to talk about traveling for your SLP Clinical Fellowship. Jennifer Martin MS, CCC-SLP, was a CF before developing into a successful SLP—and she put herself in your shoes to provide some incredible insights and advice to use during your CF experience. Looking back on her own career, Jennifer discussed working as a contractor vs. as a permanent employee, the process for becoming a travel CF, the current CF job landscape, and more.
On this episode, we sat down with a travel therapy dynamic duo to talk about traveling as a pair and achieving financial independence. Special guests, Whitney Eakin, PT, DPT, ATC, and Jared Casazza, PT, DPT, brought us through their travel therapy journey from the start, sharing their insights into approaching assignments as a travel pair, budgeting goals for financial freedom, taking advantage of time off between assignments, and more.
On this episode, we had the chance to speak with a very special guest, Belinda Givens MA, CCC-SLP, about teletherapy and creating proprietary teletherapy materials for speech therapy. As a creator for years, Belinda shared her wisdom on brainstorming ideas for teletherapy activities, the teletherapy materials creation process, advice for new teletherapists, and more.
In this episode, you get to know the hosts, Daryan Van Dellen and Samantha Rich, and they discuss what you can expect in future episodes.
On this packed episode, we spoke with a travel OT about her experience starting travel therapy as a new grad during the COVID pandemic. Special guest, Katelyn Byrne, MS, OTR/L, told some incredible and exciting stories, detailing the journey to her first assignment, starting at a new facility during the height of COVID, road tripping through a snowstorm to South Dakota, and more.