Blogging about Research #SLPBloggers July Edition

So in no particular order, I give you the #SLPBloggers blog about research – July edition.

  • Abby, a school-based SLP over at School House Talk, wrote about research regarding phonological intervention.
  • Harmony, a Aussie SLP and new to the blogging world, wrote about an article that researched the feeding and nutrition in the cerebral palsy population.
  • Mary, an SLP who blogs over at Speech Adventures, reviewed an article reporting the connection between specific language impairment and number skills. 
  • Tiffani, an SLP in the hospital setting, wrote a blog post reviewing preventative exercise for patients undergoing chemoradiation for head and neck cancer.
  • Rachel (that’s me!) reviewed an article regarding the verbal and nonverbal communication strategies to assist people with dementia completing ADLs.
  • Aubrey, an SLP fresh out of graduate school, posted a blog about one of my favorite topics, noncompliance with dysphagia recommendations.
  • Phil, an SLP in the hospital setting, delves into an article regarding neuropsychological effects of electrical injury.

Thanks so much to everyone that participated for the second month of blogging about research! Check out all the blog posts above and join us for August! Help us continue the conversation about research.

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Rachel Wynn

Speech-Language Pathologist at Gray Matter Therapy
Rachel is a speech-language pathologist and creator of Gray Matter Therapy. She started making noise as a patient-centered care advocate in 2013. She believes great care happens when patients are informed and engaged.
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