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Posted Aug 03 2012 12:00am
LOTS of continuing education courses out there and we try to give you our very best each time. We don't teach the same course the same way twice and search for new information, pictures, case studies, research studies and look for new ways to give you handouts, links, blogs that can provide quick references for your busy days. Studies reveal that we only process and keep about 20% of the information presented at a course taught in a traditional manner. This year I have written an educational guide (a mini book) to go along with the course instead of just a handout of slides. This one is brand new includes information on PreChaining, Food Chaining, aspiration, health consequences, a cranial nerve oral motor evaluation, research studies, nutrition guides for babies and kids, formula/supplement guide, reading list, sample report, etc. Alicia reviewed it for me and gave me two thumbs up. The powerpoint will be a lot of pictures and video, this improves the learning process significantly. Now, our friends in South Carolina will be the first audience to review it for me in two weeks. We are also trying out a brand new course for them. This one is an advanced, updated feeding therapy from NICU to Childhood course with big emphasis on dysphagia. We are trying to give you our very best. So now we have the peds GI course, ENT/Dysphagia/PreChaining course, RD course, NICU course, Chaining I, Chaining II, Dealing with NO Best of Both Worlds Chaining and Get Permission, Advanced Chaining, Advanced NICU to Childhood and What To DO How When and Why to Do It course. We customize courses to audiences too. We speak at state conventions or teach 1-2 day lectures. Love suggestions too, so feel free to message me about what you would like to see as I develop our fall courses. to register for the San Diego Best of Both World's Course with Marsha Dunn Klein. We are also teaching at Cincinnati Children's Hospital this fall and we have a new one day course that we are teaching in Evansville Indiana in November. Thank you to all who have attended any of courses too! We LOVE teaching and making new friends! Here are comments from course reviews for our Chaining courses last year: Extremely valuable information….wonderful presenters, loved having the physician info…“ (OT) “The presentation style was effective and easy to follow!“(SLP) “I have been to a lot of courses and this one is the very best, practical and full of helpful tips!“ (SLP) “Including the MD was a real bonus – thank you!“ (SLP-OT) “I look forward to taking more of your courses & will recommend to co-workers.“ (SLP) “The course was well designed, balancing medical, motor, sensory needs & the food chaining method. Thanks so much! “ (OT) “Loved the videos on what to do and what not to do! That was very beneficial.“ (RD) “Wow, this course really helped me and will be invaluable when I return to work on Monday.“ (SLP) “I am really glad I came to this…should have brought the whole team!“ (OT) “I have been counting down to this conference for months and it did not disappoint!“ (SLP) “Well organized and put together, thank you for a wonderful experience.“ (PT) “A wonderful presentation…..“ (SLP) “This course was worth every penny I spent for it.“ (RD)
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