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Welcome to the show notes for Episode 120 of the OT Schoolhouse Podcast.
Are you an OT who wants to level up your knowledge on how to work collaboratively with SLPs to support students in school? Well, you're in for a treat!
Today's episode features a special guest, Rose, a school-based speech therapist and Founder of ABA SPEECH. She will share her wisdom on the important role that SLPs play in schools and how OTPs can collaborate with SLPs to provide the best possible support for students.
Tune in to learn more!
Listen now to learn the following objectives:
Learners will identify what the role of an SLP in a school setting is
Learners will identify what the SETT framework is
Learners will identify what the communication matrix assessment is and how OTs can utilize it
Learners will identify how to work with the SLPs at your school to best support the students
Impactful Quotes From the Episode
“There might be ways that you can collaborate and make your life easier, and maybe the speech therapist is this wealth of information.” - Rose Griffin, CCC/SLP, BCBA
“Having some type of social connectedness is going to help you as an adult when you have a job. And so being able to practice those skills in a smaller environment, I think is very impactful for our students” - Rose Griffin, CCC/SLP, BCBA
“The IEP is a living document, and things can change. We make our best estimate of what is going to support that student right now, with the information that we have” - Jayson Davies, MA, OTR/L
Rosemarie Griffin, MA, CCC/SLP, BCBA, is an ASHA-certified Speech-Language Pathologist, Board Certified Behavior Analyst, and Product Developer. She is the founder of ABA SPEECH. She is passionate about helping individuals with autism find their voice and become more independent communicators. Rose is the host of the Autism Outreach podcast and is a sought-after speaker. Her mission is to help all autistic learners find their voice. She does this by providing CEU courses, therapy materials, and free resources for parents and professionals alike.