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Helen speaks to Richard about his reasons for becoming a Speech and Language Therapist, and his work on Project Relate. This is an Android app for individuals with non-standard Speech. More information can be found at https://sites.research.google/relate/ Richard can be found on Twitter @speedoftrust27…
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In this episode, Jan and Helen discuss sexual capacity after brain injury with Dr McIntosh, a Clinical Neuropsychologist. Please note this episode includes the use of explicit language. If you wish to contact Dr McIntosh, her email is catriona@yorkshireneuropsychology.com, or follow her on Twitter @Catrionamcinto1. Further reading: www.bild.org.ukA…
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Helen speaks to Jan and Carly to mark Aphasia Awareness Month. Jan had a stroke which resulted in aphasia, and her daughter Carly now works for The Stroke Association. Follow them on social media: Twitter @carlystroke Instagram a_life_after_stroke and Facebook A Life After Stroke. Check out The Stroke Association site for great information https://…
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Jan and Helen are joined by Dr Aazh, an audiologist with expertise in hyperacusis, tinnitus, and misophonia. Information about his practice can be accessed at https://hashirtinnitusclinic.com/ If you would like more information about his tinnitus masterclass go to https://tinnitustherapy.org.uk/ Dr Aazh has resources he discusses with us: questionn…
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In this episode we speak to Dr Giles Yeates, a Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist. Dr Yeates works with couples and families following brain injury, is a researcher at Oxford Brookes University, and integrates his expertise as a T'ai Chi and kung-fu master to rehabilitation.Resources:UKABIF https://ukabif.org.uk/AnchorPoint https://ukabif.org.uk…
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Tonight we hear from Duran Hunt, a motivational speaker and survivor of a traumatic brain injury. He speaks about his journey and his desire to help others. He is joined by his speech and language therapist Matthew Nakonesky. If you would be keen to have Duran come and speak at any of your events, please contact Matthew matthew@speechtherapynorthea…
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In the final episode of season 2, Jan and Helen speak to Dr Sara de Ramos about Rehab Mantras, a concept recently introduced across The Disabilities Trust. Sara mentions the Research Digest that the Trust produces, to read more head to https://www.thedtgroup.org/research/research-digest?page=1
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We speak to Dr Lesley Scobbie about her work on goal setting in therapy. To read more about Lesley's work and get in touch with her, head to her research profile at https://researchonline.gcu.ac.uk/en/persons/lesley-scobbieThe specific paper mentioned on making goal setting accessible for people with aphasia can be accessed here: https://www.tandfo…
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Professor Jenny Kitzinger is the Co-Director of the Coma and Disorders of Consciousness Research Centre, and Director of Research: Impact and Engagement at Cardiff University's School of Journalism, Media and Culture. In conversation with Helen, she discusses the role of SLT in disorders of consciousness, media representation of brain injury, and t…
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Jan and Helen discuss the wide range of assessments they use with their caseloads. Here's where to access many mentioned: Brisbane evidence-based language https://brisbanetest.org/ Quick Aphasia Battery https://aphasialab.org/qab/ Aphasia Impact Questionnaire https://www.aiq-21.net/ TASIT-UK https://www.assbi.com.au/Sys/Store/Products/39998 Cogniti…
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June 2022 is Aphasia Awareness Month, so Jan and Helen took this as a cue to chat about aphasia, how speech and language therapists identify areas of difficulty, ways to support a person with aphasia, and a couple of key intervention strategies. There's lots of further resources to access: Chest, Heart & Stroke Scotland https://www.chss.org.ukThe S…
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Dr Nicholas Behn from City, University of London joins Jan and Helen for a conversation about cognitive communication and project based interventions. We cover lots of ideas in this episode, if you'd like to learn more about running projects, Nick is starting an online course in June: https://www.city.ac.uk/prospective-students/courses/city-health/…
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Jan and Helen are joined by Pauline Downie. Pauline speaks about her varied role as a manager, the challenges of being in a leadership role during Covid-19, and the need to bring greater diversity to the profession. Information on the leadership skills course mentioned is here: https://learn.nes.nhs.scot/18217/leadership-and-management-programmes N…
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Jan and Helen are joined by Louise Steer, a Speech and Language Therapist who is developing a group programme focused on helping families understand communication difficulties. Louise presented on this programme at the 2021 RCSLT Conference, which can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cp4ZnU__G_g&feature=emb_imp_woyt…
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Jan speaks to Helen about her experience of using Social Stories with those who have had a brain injury. For more information head to https://carolgraysocialstories.com/ As always, comments and suggestions are welcome via Twitter @BrainySLT and Instagram @brainyspeechtherapists.
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Welcome to the second series of The Brainy Speech Therapist Podcast. In this episode, Jan and Helen discuss cognition and how it effects communication. We talk about the Model of Cognitive-Communication Competence by Sheila Macdonald, more information can be found in her paper: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29064304/ If you are keen to undertake …
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Featuring a conversation between Alan, a survivor of a brain injury, and Megan, a speech and language therapist. They talk about the role of speech and language therapy, diversity in the profession, and misconceptions of rehabilitation. Huge thanks to them both for taking the time to chat.
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Jan and Helen are joined by Vicky Mayer, Clinical Lead for SLT at the Astley Ainslie Hospital in Edinburgh. We focused our chat on the recent Cognitive Communication Disorders Symposium, which took place online. You'll hear us reference various researchers and assessment tools, to check them out for yourself we've included all the links:On Twitter:…
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Jan and Helen are joined by Fiona, who spoke about her journey of recovery from brain injury in the last episode. The three of us speak with Lucie McIntosh, who explains a form of meditation called iRest. This is the first of two episodes on this subject, with the second being a stand alone iRest session. More information can be found at www.irest.…
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In this episode, Jan and Helen are delighted to be joined by two people with lived experience of brain injury. Fiona and Alan take us through their journeys since their brain injuries, how they are doing now, and what they hope for the future. As always, we thank you for listening and welcome you to share your thoughts on Twitter @BrainySLT and Ins…
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In this episode Jan and Helen speak to Amy and Alex, Speech and Language Therapists in NHS Tayside. We chat about the highs and lows of working with the brain injury caseload, how we as therapists can support one another, and the thinking behind Words of the Week. If you've not signed up to Words of the Week, information can be found here: https://…
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In this episode we talk to Anne, who's husband had a traumatic brain injury. We talk about their journey of recovery and rehabilitation together, how she processed what happened, and what helped her. For more on this subject, we recommend the book Family Experience of Brain Injury: Surviving, Coping and Adjusting; by Jo Clark-Wilson and Mark Hollow…
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In episode 6, Jan and Helen collaborate with Sian Riley from Red Pepper Nutrition to discuss how speech and language therapists and dietitians work with people recovering from head injuries. Sian can be contacted via her website www.redpeppernutrition.com, and is on Twitter @RedPepperNutri, her podcast is called the Red Pepper Nutrition podcast. Co…
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In this episode, we speak to Jane Johnson, Speech and Language Therapist, on the subject of Positive Behaviour Support. Jane highlights some resources for more information- PBS Alliance webinars: https://www.bild.org.uk/resources/?fwp_resource_type=webinar Restraint Reduction Network: https://restraintreductionnetwork.org/ The Facebook group for UK…
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Welcome to episode 3! This is the first of two parts in which we talk to Dr Brian O'Neill about research design. There were some technical issues with the recording, so we hope you will stick with the episode despite these. Couple of factchecks for both episodes - Brian mentions Robyn Tate, who is based at the University of Sydney, and also mention…
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In this second episode of the Brainy Speech Therapists Podcast, hosts Jan McIntosh-Brown and Helen Maclean are joined by SLT, University Lecturer, and researcher Lynn Grayson. Lynn has recently published her first paper resulting from her research into the needs of communication partners following a traumatic brain injury: https://doi.org/10.1111/1…
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Welcome to the first episode of the Brainy Speech Therapist podcast. We're Helen and Jan, and in this episode we talk a bit about ourselves and the ethos of the podcast. We also talk about the impact of a brain injury on executive functions and what this means for the festive season. See our Twitter page @BrainySLT or Instagram @brainyspeechtherapi…
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