Our speaker lineup includes top Subject Matter Experts, such as Melanie Potock and Nimali Fernando, Marsha Dunn Klein, Debra Beckman, Christina Smilie, Nina Ayd Johanson, Jennifer Morris Meyer, Gill Rapley, Catherine Watson Genna, our own Feeding Expert, Lori Overland and many more . . .
With the unprecedented success of our "Exceptional Child: Empowered! " virtual conference, TalkTools is continuing to expand our Training Program by launching our first-ever virtual feeding conference!
Feeding First: Connect & Collaborate
October 13-23, 2020
Access to 35+ live webinar presentations. Here are the tracks:
- Early Developmental Feeding
- Oral-Motor and Sensory
- The Picky Eater and Beyond
- Managing Dysphagia
- Integrated Feeding Approaches
Access to all recorded webinar broadcasts
CEUs: ASHA | AOTA | IAOM | AADH | ADA* | IBCLE | CRD*
Live interaction with speakers
Fun virtual activities with fellow participants (cooking demos, contests, virtual yoga and breathing activities, and more . . . )
Virtual "Meet & Greet" Sessions with your fellow conference participants
"AMA (Ask Me Anything) about Feeding" Sessions w/ speakers
Here's what "Exceptional Child: Empowered!" conference participants are saying . . .
"It was great to access so many incredible professionals at one conference. It is rare to learn from a variety of professionals that I look up to and want to continue to gain knowledge from in a easy accessible way."
"Talk Tools continues to provide current and best practice information for clinicians. The content of the Exceptional Child Empowered! Conference highlights up-and-coming areas of research and developments in our professions (for Speech Language Pathologists - TOTs, OMDs, Airway and Breathing, OPT, Infant Feeding, etc.). I continue to invest in my education in these areas because as a mom and a therapist, I see the value in being able to help my clients."
"I am new to Talk Tools and felt this conference was a great introduction! I loved the variety of presenters and the topics that were covered."
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