Welcome to my website where I share my passion for neonatal/pediatric swallowing and feeding and lifelong learning.

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Visit often to hear about current research that impacts our delivery of care, state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment approaches, problem-solving complex patients from neonates to school-aged children, and for answers to your questions along the way. Access my publications by clicking here.

My goal is to provide you with meaningful and memorable interactions, live and virtual, with highly respected instructors who are leaders in the field regarding challenging patients and professional practice issues.

Whether you are looking for a solid foundation in neonatal/pediatric swallowing and feeding, or for advanced clinical learning opportunities, my seminars have been designed with you in mind.

It has been wonderful seeing you in person and getting back to “sidebar” conversations during breaks, talking with attendees informally to get their pulse on a topic and the course thus far, and those one-on-one exchanges that help us reflect and continue the dialogue over lunch break. And making lasting connections. See you soon!


Catherine S Shaker, MS/CCC-SLP, BCS-S

Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist

Board Certified Specialist – Swallowing and Swallowing Disorders

Pediatric Resources Inc.

Disclaimer regarding advice offered in problem-solving posts: All children are unique. The information provided, and suggestions offered, should be taken as only general advice. This advice is consistent with best practice in pediatric dysphagia, but any post on my blog is not a substitute for a thorough evaluation of the patient in person by a trained experienced pediatric therapist in consultation with the pediatrician and other medical professionals involved in the child’s care.

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