Feeding Disorders, General Speech, language therapy

Being a mom

Being a mom is the most challenging but the most rewarding thing I have ever done. I'm not the first to say this, I know. Being a mom has also challenged me in my career to be a better speech pathologist. As a mom, I know the hectic home life that comes with 3 little… Continue reading Being a mom

Feeding Disorders, Uncategorized

On the Research Front…

Thanks to the amazing Krisi Brackett, MS SLP/CCC for putting together this wonderful compilation of pediatric feeding research. On the Research Front... If you have not attended Krisi's feeding course, it's highly recommended!  I have been twice and may go a third time!  She will be in Mesquite, Texas on May 12th and 13th.  Check out https://www.motivationsceu.com if you… Continue reading On the Research Front…

General Speech, language therapy

Parents and their role in speech therapy

  Have you ever wondered what a parent's role should be during the course of speech therapy?  The short answer is it looks different depending on what the child is experiencing.  The Hanen Program is something I learned about as a graduate student during my ECI practicum.  I watched this program change how many families interacted… Continue reading Parents and their role in speech therapy