WEBINAR | Pediatric Dysphagia: Impacts of the Cranial Nerve System [LIVE]90253
Date: March 19, 2019
Presenter: Colette Ellis, M.Ed. CCC-SLP, BCS-S
TalkTools Instructor and dysphagia expert, Colette Ellis, will be discussing the significance of the 12 cranial nerves upon other systems in the human body, with an emphasis on swallowing and feeding for pediatric clients. Instruction will include identifying the 6 pairs of cranial nerves, which systems each pair impacts, assessing functionality and impacts on swallowing and feeding.
Participants will be able to:
- Identify six pairs of cranial nerves relative to speech and swallowing mechanisms.
- Understand the relationship between cranial nerves and subsystems of the body.
- Determine the different sensory, motor or dual function of cranial nerves
- Conduct an assessment on the impact of cranial nerves with regard to swallowing and feeding issues
LIVE Webinar Logistics
- 2-STEP REGISTRATION
- PURCHASE your seat
- REGISTER -- you will receive an email with webinar registration details approximately 1-2 business days before the webinar date.
- VIEW webinar
- SUBMIT course survey sent approximately 3-5 days after the webinar date.
RECORDED Webinar Logistics
- PURCHASE your seat
- Approximately 3-5 days after the live webinar broadcast, email will be sent to all learners who purchased a seat for this webinar and will include link to RECORDED BROADCAST. Recorded broadcast will be accessible for 30 days after LIVE broadcast date.
CEUs: 0.2 (see TalkTools CEU Policy and Process for more information)
Schedule (01:00PM -03:00PM Eastern)
- 01:00PM 01:10PM Welcome
- 01:10PM 02:00PM Instruction
- 02:00PM 02:10PM BREAK
- 02:10PM 03:00PM Instruction
- 03:00PM 03:10PM Wrap-up/Q&A
Colette Ellis M.Ed., CCC-SLP, BCS-S is a Board Certified Specialist in Swallowing and Swallowing Disorders with over 35 years of clinical experience. She specializes in adult and pediatric dysphagia, neurogenic, voice and traumatic brain injury, as well as oral placement, feeding and speech therapy for clients and patients of all ages . . . more