The Brainy Speech Therapist PodcastSep 24, 2023
S3, Ep9: My brain injury: Guido Corvi
In this episode hosted by Jan McIntosh-Brown we hear Guido Corvi talking about his injury and his life beyond this.
S3 Ep8 Richard Cave
Dr Catriona McIntosh: Sexual capacity
Further reading: www.bild.org.uk
Access the Sex and Brain Injury conference via www.abisolutions.org.uk
Get in touch with us and let us know what you think of this topic via Twitter @BrainySLT or Instagram @brainyspeechtherapists
S3 Ep6 Aphasia Awareness: Jan and Carly Davey
S3 Ep5 2023 Aphasia Awareness: Julie and Raymond
Julie and Raymond share their journey with Jan McIntosh-Brown. Julie had a brain injury in 2020 as a result of an aneurysm
and she lives with aphasia.
S3 Ep4 Dr Hashir Aazh: Hyperacusis
If you would like more information about his tinnitus masterclass go to tinnitustherapy.org.uk/
Dr Aazh has resources he discusses with us: questionnaires are at tinnitustherapy.org.uk/assessment-tools/ with information on the research at www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9788912/
Dr Aazh's book, Living Well With Tinnitus can be purchased online amzn.eu/d/0ZRcUWP
If you have comments about the episode, do contact us via Twitter @BrainySLT or Instagram @brainyspeechtherapists
S3, E3: Mr Douglas Gentleman, Rehabilitation Medicine Specialist
S3 Ep 2 Dr Giles Yeates
Article on the therapeutic alliance and social cognition:
International brain injury association Dublin.
Ahead Together Conference
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Special Interest Group hybrid conference
Different Strokes YouTube channel. youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFbV9vPwChQY-u8FlPPC021xfg0dOphkg
S3, E1. Duran Hunt: Motivational Speaker
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 firstname.lastname@example.org, website: www.speechtherapynortheast.co.uk
And here is the link to the video we discussed https://youtu.be/328J0E8vq9g
S2: Ep 13: Rehab Mantras
S2, Ep 12: SLT student placement
In this episode Saskia Whitford and Lucy Beckett, 3rd year speech and language therapy students at Strathclyde University share their reflections of their recent placement working with people with brain injuries.
S2: Ep 11
The specific paper mentioned on making goal setting accessible for people with aphasia can be accessed here: www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09638288.2022.2085331
As always, connect with Helen and Jan via Twitter @BrainySLT or Instagram @brainyspeechtherapists.
S2 Ep 10: Music therapy
Helen, Jan and Fiona talk with music therapy student Johnny Barr about music therapy and about Fiona's personal experiences.
S2 Ep 9: Professor Jenny Kitzinger
Believe in Yourself
This episode features Stephen Rowat talking about his life before and now with a brain injury.
S2 Ep 7: Assessment
S2 Ep 6: Aphasia Awareness
S2: Ep 5 A conversation with Dr Nicholas Behn
S2: Ep4 Compassionate Leadership
Managers behind the scenes
What is Cognitive-Communication?
Episode 13: A chat about speech therapy
You'll hear us reference various researchers and assessment tools, to check them out for yourself we've included all the links:
On Twitter: Dr Melissa Brunner @LissBEE_CPSP
Professor Leanne Togher @LeanneTogher
Dr Rachel Rietdijk @RachaelReedake
Dr Nicholas Behn @NicholasBehn
Simon Grobler @simongrobler
Claire Farrington-Douglas @clairefarring20
The Social Brain Toolkit
Information about the FAVRES www.ccdpublishing.com/favres.aspx
Brisbane Language Test: brisbanetest.org/
A link to more information on OARS positivepsychology.com/motivational-interviewing-exercises/
A couple of research papers are mentioned in the episode. Pragmatic Rating Scale: pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31246099/
Sheila McDonald's paper on the Model of Cognitive-Communication Competence:
Episode eleven: iRest meditation
Episode ten: Healing with iRest meditation
Episode nine: Walk with us
What's happening in Tayside
Giving voice to family members
Episode five: Enabling Environments
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 therapists interested in PBS can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/465347221060448/about
Jane herself can be reached via email@example.com
Helen and Jan also reference webinars with Gary LaVigna Ph.D, watch them here: http://iaba.com/jargonfree.html?fbclid=IwAR1IrHMACtb0EH_EKo8sSikbkGRPcu3Zy9xpWxhFe9PcreZ_IgVersVSTDA