As the New Year approaches, I look forward to travelling across the US, meeting colleagues with a similar passion for “all things feeding and swallowing”. While I love teaching, I also love learning from the therapists I meet and making lasting friendships as well. We each have so much to share and I never stop learning .
I have added a new seminar for 2020: Advanced Infant/Pediatric Dysphagia: Problem-Solving Complex Patients and Practice Challenges Two days of problem-solving designed just for you and your patients, NICU through school aged. We’ll discuss complex diagnoses, hot topics in dysphagia (for example: thickening, NMES, oral-motor “exercises”) and current practice issues such a team communication, managing challenging clinical situations, and navigating therapist-physician relationships in the intensive care unit. I look forward to learning along with you
Pediatric Swallowing and Feeding: The Essentials – 13 hours contact hours – 2 days Pediatric
Videofluoroscopic Swallow Studies: From Physiology to Analysis – 6.5 contact hours – 1 day
NICU Swallowing and Feeding: In the Nursery and After Discharge – 13.5 contact hours – 2 days
The Early Feeding Skills Assessment Tool: A Guide to Cue-Based Feeding in the NICU – 13 contact hours – 2 days
Advanced Infant/Pediatric Dysphagia: Problem-Solving Complex Patients and Practice Challenges – 13 contact hours – 2 days
Nashville – May
Houston – June
Orange County CA – July
Chicago area – August
Phoenix – September
Greenwich CT – October
Watch for details soon on my website or sign up for my blog and you will receive automatic notice when my seminar schedule and brochure are posted in January.
Wishing you abundant blessings in the New Year ahead. I hope our paths cross in 2020!