Introduction to Orofacial Myofunctional 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 involving 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.

Location Webinar

Date 1/18/2021 - 1/18/2022
Sponsor VideoContinuingEducation
Trainer Licia Coceani Paskay and Joy Moeller
Contact Darla Torkelsen (866) 275-4858
Principles 3. Collaborative relationships
4. Specific IFSP goals
5. Comprehensive plans
Credit Hours 5.5 - Atypical Development
6.0 - Intervention
Cost 199.99 (or free with subscription)
Cut Off Date 1/18/2022
Status Closed