This podcast is a designed as a way to stay in touch with the Communication Sciences and Disorders department at UW-Eau Claire, and as a medium to discuss issues related to our field on a local level, as well as a state, national and international level. Most podcasts will contain interviews with students, faculty, SLP experts in the field as well as consumers who participate in speech-language pathology services.
Ms. Angie Sterling Orth - Academic and Clinical Updates in the COVID Era13/04/2020 Duração: 57min
In this podcast, we talk with Ms. Angie Sterling Orth about changes, processes, adjustments and strategies for the demands of the COVID pandemic.
Episode 10: Michael Biel - Motivation and Self-Determination Theory29/05/2018 Duração: 01h09min
In this 10th episode of the UWEC PodCSD we are joined by Mike Biel from Cal State - Northridge. Mike is a clinician, an aphasiologist, an artist, an author and has tremendous interest and expertise in motivation and self-determination theory. In this episode, hear about the conversation that got things started into his further exploration of motivation and practical examples of how to apply concepts of motivation and self-determination theory into clinical practice. Mike mentions a couple resources in the podcast, and they are listed below: Ryan & Deci (2017). Self-Determination Theory: Basic psychological needs in motivation, development, and wellness. (Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Self-Determination-Theory-Psychological-Motivation-Development/dp/1462528767/ref=sr_1_sc_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1527716814&sr=1-1-spell&keywords=decci+ryan+self-determination+theory) LaGuardia (2017). Self-Determination Theory in Practice: How to Create an Optimally Supportive Health Care Environment. (Amazon: https://www.
Episode 9: Clinical Reflections One Year Into the Profession - Briana Dicus and Jozi Weber05/07/2017 Duração: 51min
In this the 9th episode of the UWEC CSD Podcast, we are joined by SLPs, and UWEC alumni, Briana Dicus and Jozi Weber. They talk about their experiences as recent graduates and new clinicians, their successes and challenges, and resources that have supported their clinical learning and service delivery. Jozi and Briana mention a couple resources that have been beneficial to them clinically, including the ACRM Cognitive Rehabilitation Manual by Edmond Haskins et al. http://acrm.org/publications/cognitive-rehab-manual/ and The Speech Store - https://www.tulsasnr.com/speech-store In the intro, I mention a few news items of note, including the Mayo Clinic – UWEC collaboration recently announced: https://www.uwec.edu/news/news/uw-eau-claire-mayo-clinic-health-system-announce-research-agreement-2454/ as well as the recent press relating to the community of Eau Claire, including the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Article on the cultural renaissance happening in Eau Claire: http://www.jsonline.com/story/news/2017/07
Episode 8: CSD Spolight - Aly Reum15/05/2017 Duração: 34min
In this episode, we chat with UWEC Senior, and podcast raffle winner, Aly Reum. Aly shares a little about herself, her experiences here at UW-Eau Claire in the CSD program, as well as her research as part of the Vicki Lord Larson fellowship. In the CSD resource discussion, aphasiaaccess.org is spotlighted.
Episode 7: The Online CSD Graduate Program with Brittany Bullock and Annalise Tadych30/04/2017 Duração: 01h03min
Brittany Bullock and Annalise Tadych join the UWEC CSD Podcast today to talk about their experiences as members of the inaugural cohort of online CSD graduate students. You’ll hear their first-person accounts of online learning, the cohort model and the skillsets for successfully navigating the online learning environment. It was a wonderful hour spent in conversation with these two exceptional students who are part of a fine group of the first cohort of online graduate students. We talk also a bit about the upcoming CSD Auction as well as the invaluable resource SpeechBITE www.speechbite.com
Episode 6: Becca Jarzynski: Private Practice and Beyond31/03/2017 Duração: 01h02min
In this sixth episode of the CSD Podcast, Ms. Becca Jarzynski and I talk about her work as a community SLP, a clinical faculty member at UW-Eau Claire, and running her own private practice. Becca also talks about the role of clinical supervisors and what she's learned as residential graduate student clinical placement coordinator. Throughout the podcast we make reference to some links and resources. Becca’s blog can be found at: www.talkingkids.org; You can email her at [email protected] Her Facebook site is: https://www.facebook.com/ChildTalkSpeechTherapy/ In the podcast, I talked briefly about a new journal called the Teaching And Learning in Communication Sciences and Disorders. You can find it at this link: http://ir.library.illinoisstate.edu/tlcsd/vol1/iss1/ Additionally I mentioned Aphasia Access – you can find them on the web at www.aphasiaaccess.org Be sure to check out our social media presence on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/UWEC.CSD/) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/uwec
Episode 5: Retirement reflections with Dr. Marie Stadler21/08/2016 Duração: 41min
In this fifth episode of the CSD podcast, we talk with outgoing UWEC CSD chair Dr. Marie Stadler, who reflects on her experiences as a clinician, SLP and chair. Marie has left an incredible impact on the profession of speech-language pathology, and on the campus of UW-Eau Claire. In her typical humble manner, Marie talks about her time in the field, her time as a chair, and time ahead in a well-deserved retirement.
Episode 4: Camp Campus with Kay Hagedorn and Amy Hilbert31/03/2016 Duração: 47min
This is episode number four of the UW-Eau Claire Communication Sciences and Disorders Podcast, recorded on March 31st, 2016. In this episode Kay Hagedorn and Amy Hilbert talk about the unique service delivery of Camp Campus – a weeklong camp for individuals with Asperger’s interested in post-secondary education opportunities. Camp Campus takes place at UW-Eau Claire, where campers spend the week living on-campus, in the dorms and take part in a variety of activities aimed at enhancing, supporting and encouraging future post-secondary opportunities. For more information about Camp Campus, including information about the next Camp Campus taking place in June of 2016, and contact info for Kay and Amy, please follow the link http://www.uwec.edu/CSD/insights/index.htm to the Camp Campus webpage. Additionally mentioned in the podcast is the new UWEC CSD e-newsletter, which you can find at http://uweccsdnewsletter2015.weebly.com/ As always, thanks for listening, and if you have any questions, comments or topic
Episode 3: Dr. Deb Elledge and Dr. Jen Thistle - Reading Habits, Empathy and Autism26/02/2016 Duração: 42min
This is episode number three of the UW-Eau Claire Communication Sciences and Disorders Podcast, recorded on February 26th, 2016. This is a special episode celebrating the 2015 Vicki Lord Larson Research Fellowship recipient Dr. Debbie Elledge and her research colleagues Dr. Jen Thistle and CSD undergraduate students Carly Kjornes and Emma Walters. In this episode, they talk about their research presentation entitled "A Survey of Reading Habits and Empathy of Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders."
Episode 2: Angie Sterling Orth talks telepractice14/02/2016 Duração: 50min
This is episode number two of the UW-Eau Claire Communication Sciences and Disorders Podcast, recorded on February 11th, 2016. On this podcast, we’re joined by UWEC faculty member Ms. Angie Sterling-Orth, talking all things telepractice. Additionally, the answer to the first podcast question will be revealed as will the winner of the BluGold swag. There’s a new question this podcast as well, and given the upcoming UWEC Centennial Celebration, the question is historical. I reference an article in our local newspaper, the Eau Claire Leader Telegram, about one of our undergraduate students, and you can find the link here: http://www.leadertelegram.com/News/Front-Page/2016/01/25/Experiences-help-student-find-direction(copy).html Remember if you have any questions or suggestions for the podcast, be sure to email me at [email protected] or give me a call (715-836-4895). Thanks for listening!
UWEC CSD Podcast #1 with guest Dr. Abby Hemmerich22/01/2016 Duração: 40min
This is the inaugural UW - Eau Claire CSD Podcast and we're joined by guest Dr. Abby Hemmerich. Abby talks about all things voice, and gives some great information about voice resources. Abby mentions a couple voice resources which she has found very useful and we mentioned we would provide the info in the show description. The first is the app "VoiceEval" by Galactic Tech LLC. This is a voice evaluation app designed by local SLP Tom Hintgen and can be found on the iTunes app store. The second program Abby mentions is PRAAT, which is a free voice evaluation software suite. This can be downloaded at http://www.fon.hum.uva.nl/praat/. Remember if you have any questions or suggestions for the podcast, be sure to email me at [email protected] Don't forget to answer the trivia question within the podcast to be eligible for some BluGold swag!