Advanced Healthcare Education provides some answers to treating patients with articulation and phonology disorders, giving you ASHA CEUs/online ASHA CEUs via webinar videos.

You can learn via streaming video (video webinar) from recognized speakers on the subject. You can purchase each course individually, or become a member and have unlimited access to all courses for 12 months for $159. Special Student rate of $39 per subscription. Courses are approved by ASHA. ASHA CEUs and Online ASHA CEUs! For SLPs (Speech Therapists, Speech Language Pathologists).

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  • The Academy of Orofacial Myoofunctional Therapy (AOMT) presents Introducation to Orofacila Myofunctiona Therapy.  The speech pathologist will be able to understand what oral myofunctional disorders are and why they are detrimental to patients, the history of the profession, learn an overview of assessment and etiology, what the goals of treatment are, possible members of the team needed to treat the disorders, and view some case studies. It also contains a review of both anatomy and physiology of the orofacial complex is intended to bring all attendees at a common level of knowledge, granted that each professional will be more familiar with structures or with functions, and both are interdependent. This common knowledge should foster multidisciplinary treatment of patients to achieve the best level of care possible, since patients often have issues spanning several disciplines. This review includes several opportunities for Q&A and test-retest. This course is for:  SLPs, RDHs, DDSs, DMDs, DOs, PTs and OTs.  AOMT website:  www.myoacademy.com

    Licia Coceani Paskay, MS, CCC-SLP and Joy L. Moeller, BS, RDH
    advanced
    11h
     
    Live Course
  • The Academy of Orofacial Myoofunctional Therapy (AOMT) presents Introducation to Orofacila Myofunctiona Therapy.  The speech pathologist will be able to understand what oral myofunctional disorders are and why they are detrimental to patients, the history of the profession, learn an overview of assessment and etiology, what the goals of treatment are, possible members of the team needed to treat the disorders, and view some case studies. It also contains a review of both anatomy and physiology of the orofacial complex is intended to bring all attendees at a common level of knowledge, granted that each professional will be more familiar with structures or with functions, and both are interdependent. This common knowledge should foster multidisciplinary treatment of patients to achieve the best level of care possible, since patients often have issues spanning several disciplines. This review includes several opportunities for Q&A and test-retest. This course is for:  SLPs, RDHs, DDSs, DMDs, DOs, PTs and OTs.  AOMT website:  www.myoacademy.com

    Licia Coceani Paskay, MS, CCC-SLP and Joy L. Moeller, BS, RDH
    advanced
    11h
     
    Live Course
  • The Academy of Orofacial Myoofunctional Therapy (AOMT) presents Introducation to Orofacila Myofunctiona Therapy.  The participant will be able to understand what oral myofunctional disorders are and why they are detrimental to patients, the history of the profession, learn an overview of assessment and etiology, what the goals of treatment are, possible members of the team needed to treat the disorders, and view some case studies. Because orofacial myofunctional therapy may be practiced by speech pathologists and by registered dental hygienists and dentists, a review of both anatomy and physiology of the orofacial complex is intended to bring all attendees at a common level of knowledge, granted that each professional will be more familiar with structures or with functions, and both are interdependent. This common knowledge should foster multidisciplinary treatment of patients to achieve the best level of care possible, since patients often have issues spanning several disciplines.  This course is for:  SLPs, RDHs, DDSs, DMDs, DOs, PTs and OTs

    Licia Coceani Paskay, MS, CCC-SLP and Joy L. Moeller, BS, RDH
    advanced
    11h
     
  • The Academy of Orofacial Myoofunctional Therapy (AOMT) presents Introducation to Orofacila Myofunctiona Therapy.  The participant will be able to understand what oral myofunctional disorders are and why they are detrimental to patients, the history of the profession, learn an overview of assessment and etiology, what the goals of treatment are, possible members of the team needed to treat the disorders, and view some case studies. Because orofacial myofunctional therapy may be practiced by speech pathologists and by registered dental hygienists and dentists, a review of both anatomy and physiology of the orofacial complex is intended to bring all attendees at a common level of knowledge, granted that each professional will be more familiar with structures or with functions, and both are interdependent. This common knowledge should foster multidisciplinary treatment of patients to achieve the best level of care possible, since patients often have issues spanning several disciplines.  This course is for:  SLPs, RDHs, DDSs, DMDs, DOs, PTs and OTs

    Licia Coceani Paskay, MS, CCC-SLP and Joy L. Moeller, BS, RDH
    advanced
    11h
     
  • In this participatory and lively workshop, you will engage with new, entertaining ways to develop vocabulary, language processing skills and prerequisite skills for oral narrative in young children. Walk away with a better understanding of the developmental sequence of narrative growth in children as well as over 25 new ways to present children’s classic stories through song, movement and hands on visual imagery. Each participant will receive materials and ideas for exciting activities you can use to support communication growth tomorrow!

    Lorraine Maida, MA CCC-SLP
    intermediate
    3h
     
  • Most children and adults who distort the /r/ production, form the sound with labored puckered lips and a lowered, relaxed tongue.  So just why do they do that?  And what’s an SLP to do to counteract these characteristics and replace the inaccurate sound with a desirable /r/ that generalizes with ease?

     In this 3-hour course—“R” Solutions:  From Capability to Carryover—you’ll discover how to apply practical, little known /r/-facts critical not only in analysis, but also to formulating a good /r/ and organizing a remediation process that clearly sequences your therapy from capability strategies to carryover completion.

    Char Boshart, MA CCC-SLP
    intermediate
    3h
     
  • Although considered by some as “simple” articulation errors, frontal and lateral sibilants can certainly pose a remediation challenge, even for the best SLP.

    Just how do you get the tongue back, encourage it to remain in place, and generate complete carryover?  Some kids seem to move into placement and generalization fairly easily, but others don’t.  Just why is that?

    Char’s comprehensive 3-hour online video course—Systematic Frontal & Lateral “S” Remediation”—provides practical answers to these concerns as well as many other troublesome “how to” therapy questions.

    Char Boshart, MA CCC-SLP
    intermediate
    3h
     
  • The frontal and lateral lisps are considered mild articulation errors, yet they can be difficult to change in some clients.

    Pam Marshalla, MA CCC-SLP
    intermediate
    3h
     
  • Children in speech therapy, especially in school environments, often work on the same sound for years when their articulation is actually a symptom of a larger structural or functional issue.  Correct differential diagnosis and treatment planning is essential for these children to get the most effecient and effective therapy.

    Linda D’Onofrio, MS, CCC-SLP
    advanced
    6h
     
  • In this seminar Pam Marshalla details how to help clients transfer this skill from words to conversational speech using practical and highly effective methods of carryover. 

    Pam Marshalla, MA CCC-SLP
    advanced
    3h
     
  • In this participatory and lively workshop, you will engage with new, entertaining ways to develop vocabulary, language processing skills and prerequisite skills for oral narrative in young children. Walk away with a better understanding of the developmental sequence of narrative growth in children as well as over 25 new ways to present children’s classic stories through song, movement and hands on visual imagery. Each participant will receive materials and ideas for exciting activities you can use to support communication growth tomorrow!
    Lorraine Maida, MA CCC-SLP
    advanced
    3h
     

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