Lauren Barnathan, M.S., CCC-SLP tells her personal story of suffering from an ischemic CVA. From the initial onset of symptoms, her last memories before intubation, and even a swallow evaluation administered by her colleagues — she covers it all! She shares her unique insights as a SLP-turned-patient, and describes how this experience has forever impacted her clinical practice.
In this episode:
-Emergent interventions and rationale for treatment of stroke
-Approaching education and treatment of neuro patients
-The mental recovery process after stroke
-The importance involving patients and families in developing a personal/ functional plan of care
This week’s episode is all about SLP money! Join me for a conversation with Craig Goldslager, the founder of a financial planning firm dedicated specifically to SLPs.
The COVID outbreak has had a profound impact on the entire world and healthcare system. We praise our healthcare professionals and workers on the frontline; however, we often do not stop to think about the impact COVID has on the next generation of healthcare professionals. Graduate students and Clinical Fellows are the future of our field. Many of them have waited their entire lives to take the next steps in their career, but for most, plans are on hold due to COVID. Download the show notes here: bit.ly/SYPpodcast135