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SLP podcasts are wonderful for continued learning

Thanks to the Internet, there are now so many great ways that we, as speech-language pathologists/speech and language therapists can learn from one another, share and connect.  As our professional field evolves, we have to keep up. Staying up-to-date will enable you to be a better therapist for your patients.


In this blog post, we list some of our favourite SLP podcasts. Listening to podcasts is an easy and fun way to develop your professional knowledge and connect with others.


What is a Podcast?


For those of you who aren’t familiar with podcasts, let us explain.  A podcast is usually an audio file that a person creates and then makes available to download on the Internet. Podcasts are usually topic-specific and can be both entertaining and educational. The podcasts listed below can be downloaded on iTunes and/or on Google Play.



ASHA Podcast Series

ASHA Podcast Series


The ASHA podcast series covers a range of important topics in the field. Every three or four weeks, they feature a new interview with a person that is making news in the Speech-Language Pathology or Audiology field. You can listen to individual episodes or subscribe to the feed and automatically receive new files.



Conversations in Speech Pathology


Join speech-language pathologist Jeff Stepen as he interviews a variety of speech pathologists/therapists, parents, and other individuals about topics related to the practice of speech pathology.









Stuttertalk


This podcast has over 600 episodes on stuttering. It is a fantastic resource for any SLP/SLT with an interest in stuttering.











Stuttering is Cool


Stuttering is Cool is a podcast produced and hosted by Daniele Rossi who has stuttered since he was a child. He has never let his stutter hold him back. In fact, that the mission of his podcast is to encourage his fellow stutterers not to be held back either.