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Speech therapy in the social media age

Episode #108 is all about speech pathology. In part one of this episode, we look at social media’s awesome benefits in speech therapy while in part two, we look at speech pathology as an educational path.

Links mentioned:
SLPChat, The Speech Pathway, Schneider Speech and their documentaries on stuttering, Twitter, Facebook, Skype, Tungle, Dopbox.

Tanya Cole also wrote a great guide on getting started in Twitter.

Music used:
Torramindedda sa sennora
by Arrogalla remixes Signorafranca


by Halogen

Beethoven’s Concerto No. 5, in E-flat Major, Op. 73 (“Emperor”)
by London Philharmonic Orchestra

Published in Podcast archive SLP


  1. Pam Pam

    Ooooh, like! I would to connect with Sherika from Barbados. It would be awesome if she knows any women who stutter that might want to share her/their story.
    I have already did a twitter follow to see that SLPchat is all about.
    Great job!

  2. Sarah B. Sarah B.

    I really enjoyed listening to Uri and James (and Danny too). I enjoy hearing fluent peoples’ thoughts on stuttering.

  3. This is a great blog. Thanks for sharing your post about how speech pathology can be conducted using new social media platforms. I’m new at blogging and will revisit often to share comments from my speech and language therapy sessions.

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