Therapists rave over ERI faculty member and master clinician Rona Alexander Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BCS-S, C/NDT, calling her “Absolutely outstanding.” and her past courses “Excellent” and “The best course I’ve been to.” Now Rona has developed an exceptional, NEW CEU course “Advanced Clinical Problem-Solving: Feeding, Swallowing and More”. This intermediate to advanced course for PTs, OTs, SLPs, Nutritionists, and Dieticians takes place March 19 and 20, 2021, and offers a total of 13 contact hours (1.3 CEUs). Over the course of two days, registrants will learn tools, strategies, and critical thinking from the master teacher and clinician herself. Participants will expand clinical problem-solving skills and learn to apply new skills to evaluate and develop a plan of care for children with neuromuscular impairments and feeding, swallowing, and respiratory coordination function.
To participate in the course, attendees will need a professional foundation of knowledge in pediatric oral, pharyngeal, feeding/swallowing, and rib cage/respiratory musculature function in children, and the relationship of postural alignment and control to oral, pharyngeal, and respiratory musculature activity. Rona’s new course may be taken as a stand-alone or is a must for those having previously taken her course “Treatment Strategies for the Improvement of Oral, Pharyngeal, Feeding/Swallowing, and Respiratory Coordination Function: The Child with Neuromuscular Involvement.”
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn tools, strategies, and critical thinking from the master teacher and clinician Rona Alexander. Register for “Advanced Clinical Problem Solving: Feeding, Swallowing and More”. Click HERE for more information including brochure and complete CEU information.