You Too Can Be an SLP YouTube Star {How To SLP}

Episode 34 October 20, 2020 00:27:10
You Too Can Be an SLP YouTube Star {How To SLP}
The Missing Link for SLPs
You Too Can Be an SLP YouTube Star {How To SLP}
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Show Notes

A pediatric SLP shares why she started making videos on YouTube, delving into her work and the positive impact experienced by her kiddo patients as well as their parents and caregivers. Speedy Speech’s Kelli also advises on how other SLPs might start their own channel or passion project.

Visit FreshSLP.com/podcasts for this episode's show notes and more resources.
Full transcript available at http://bit.ly/MLE34Slemp 

Not a substitute for a formal SLP education or medical advice for patients/caregivers.

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