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In this episode, we had the opportunity to speak with a special guest, Dr. Susan Lockwood Roberts, Ed.D., about special education in the world of Youth Corrections. Dr. Lockwood Roberts reflected on her long career in Youth Corrections to unpack a variety of topics, including her work with the Correctional Education Association (CEA), a look at the current landscape in Youth Corrections Special Education, finding success when working with Youth Corrections children, and more.
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.
In this episode, we had the pleasure to speak with a special guest, Dr. Amanda Blackwell, SLPD, CCC-SLP, about her experience living and working abroad as an SLP. Dr. Blackwell delved into her time spent in Guatemala, sharing her journey from volunteering to full-time work there, how she was received as an English speaker when she arrived, her role in formalizing a Guatemalan SLP Association, and more.
This episode marks the first installation of our 5 Ideas in 30 Minutes Series, where we discuss different topics that you can listen to on the fly! In our first edition, we discuss ideas for handling behavioral challenges with children—including motivator inventories, collaborative rule creation, periodically fading behavioral supports, and more.
This episode is the second edition of our 5 Ideas in 30 Minutes Series, where we discuss different topics that you can listen to on the fly! In round two, we discuss ideas for addressing articulation, including explicit teaching, gamifying the learning process, building a pacing board, and more.