Are they 18 yet?™
Summary: Listen in as Dr. Karen shares insights for speech pathologists, parents, and educators of school-age kids with diverse learning needs through her own experiences and guest interviews. With over 15 years of experience supporting school-age kids, Dr. Karen is here to show you practical day-to-day solutions and actionable advice to support systemic change and help kids grow up to be successful, kind, well-adjusted people. Disclaimer: The information in this show should not be considered medical or legal advice, and should not be used to diagnose or treat any specific medical condition.
Are we "following the research" in education?
How to support language processing and comprehension in school-age kids (part 2)
How to support language processing and comprehension in school-age kids (part 1)
Building vocabulary skills in Kindergarten through high school
Supporting reading comprehension: What parents and professionals need to know
Re-release: Building discipline and self-management in elementary school through college.
Re-release: The Breaking Point
Cognitive distortions and ADHD
Ableism: What therapists, teachers, and caregivers need to know
Person-first vs identity-first language: Which one should I use?
Building skills for connection (with Miriam Campbell)
3 tips for introducing new foods to your kids.
How to help picky eaters (without bribing them with dessert)
Neurodivergent gaslighting stops here
A case against "normal" and "appropriate" behavior