©Texas Speech Mom, LLC 2019
by. Alexandria Russell, MS, CCC-SLP
“With the ever-growing presence of social media networks, SLPs are in a great position to expand their reach by educating each other and sharing resources. Over the next few months, we’re interviewing 5 SLPs who are doing excellent work in the social media world.
Rachael Baethge is a pediatric speech language pathologist who lives in Texas with her husband and 2 year old daughter. When she isn’t busy running her online business Texas Speech Mom or working for a private practice, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, weekend getaways, and DIY projects.
In this interview, Rachael Baethge shares her journey with us of how she began her online SLP career…” [read more]
August 14th, 2018 | Allied Health
Today I chat with Rachael Baethge from Texas Speech Mom. Rachel shares how Instagram has been a gamechanger to her business including how to sell a lifestyle instead of a product, how to maximize your first impression, and the power of planting a seed. We also discuss healthy vs. unhealthy comparison and how to focus on the buyers instead of other sellers.
In this episode of the Real Talk SLP, Felice interviews Rachael Baethge from Texas Speech Mom. Rachael is a traveling SLP that primarily works with preschool aged students. She travels from site to site to see her students.
During this interview, Rachael shares about the pros and cons of being a traveling SLP. Rachael also gives practical advice and tips for how to manage a caseload when you have to travel from place to place.
If you are thinking about working as a traveling SLP, this episode will help you figure out if this type of setting will work for you! And for all those traveling SLPs currently working in this setting, Rachael will help you with how manage everything, so you don’t lose your sanity!
This episode features an amazing SLP guest, Rachael Baethge of Texas Speech Mom. Rachael is an SLP and creator of some of the coolest TPT resources. She is also a mom to the most adorable little girl. In this episode, we discuss Rachael’s advice for balancing work and being a mom, her favorite therapy hacks, and what every SLP needs to have in their therapy bag.