Not healthy for parents
I have been listening to this podcast for months. Most of the time after I finish an episode, I don’t feel like I got a lot of valuable information for my developmental delay/SPD/asd child. Instead, what the creator of this podcast does is makes the parents of patients feel guilty for not doing what she recommends. In some episodes she speaks to another Speech Pathologists and they’re openly saying, “I don’t know why ___ won’t do this for ___.” - maybe it’s because parents are trying the best that they can? Maybe we are the ones who do not understand what you are telling us? Maybe you didn’t give adequate resources or point us in the right direction? I did email her about that specific episode and she somewhat apologized on the next episode but really she just restated what she had said. Most of us are completely new to this world and feel overwhelmed and exhausted with guilt. You aren’t talking to your BFF, you’re talking to the world. We are trying to help, trying to understand, doing everything we can or we wouldn’t be listening to this podcast. This mornings episode talks about whether a kid is “smart” or “intelligent” enough to form words. 😐 are you for real? So many more words that the creator could have selected to say but she chose smart/intelligent? Ew. This podcast is not healthy for parents, maybe for speech pathologists. Sure I get some ideas from this podcast but I find a lot of episodes to be very unprofessional.
StellaRPollard via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/25/18
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