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Early Intervention Part V: Assessing Feeding and Swallowing in Children Under Three

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Today I am writing my last installment in the five-part early intervention assessment series.  My previous posts on this topic  included: General speech and language assessments of children under 3 years of age. Assessments of toddlers with suspected motor speech disorders  Assessments of children ~16-18 months of age Assessments of Social Pragmatic Abilities of Children […]

The End of See it, Zap it! Ankyloglossia (Tongue-Tie) Controversies in Research and Clinical Practice

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Today it is my pleasure and privilege to interview 3 Australian lactation consultations: Lois Wattis, Renee Kam, and Pamela Douglas, the authors of a March 2017 article in the Breastfeeding Review: “Three experienced lactation consultants reflect upon the oral tie phenomenon” (which can be found HERE). Tatyana Elleseff: Colleagues, as you very well know, the […]

SLP Efficiency Bundles™ for Graduating Speech Language Pathologists

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Graduation time is rapidly approaching and many graduate speech language pathology students are getting ready to begin their first days in the workforce. When it comes to juggling caseloads and managing schedules, time is money and efficiency is the key to success. Consequently,  a few years ago I created  SLP Efficiency Bundles™, which are materials highly […]

Advance Magazine Online Article Publication

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“The importance of thorough pediatric orofacial assessments in speech pathology: It’s not just for speech sounds anymore” will be published in the online edition of Advance for Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists  on November 16, 2011. Article Summary: This article explains the importance of documenting orofacial assessment findings for multidisciplinary referral and diagnosis purposes.  It offers […]