73 Private Practice Woes and Wows

Course Number
1815
Price
24.99
Overview
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Presenters:
Michelle Dawson, MS, CCC-SLP, CLC, 
Leah Ringled, MA CCC-SLP and Julieanne Granados, MEd CCC-SLP
In this episode Michelle is joined by the dynamic duo behind Southeastern Communication and Swallowing Specialists, Mrs. Leah Ringled, MA CCC-SLP, and Mrs. Julieanne Granados, Med CCC-SLP!  In this powerful hour, the ladies share functional private practice advice for all those working in both rural settings, as well as in communities that are heavily military based. Not only do they bring up concerns for staffing and communicating with physicians that are farther away, but they immediately offer solutions that are easy to implement and have you laughing along the way! This one is good for functional learning and for lifting your dirt-road driving spirits!

Objective

By the end of this PodCourse, participants will be able to identify and describe:

  1. Three struggles for providing Early Intervention Services in both a rural and military based settings, as well as how to overcome these struggles.
  2. Three struggles of finding staff to provide ST services in both rural and military based settings.
  3. Three positive aspects for pursuing a career in both rural and military based settings.

About Michelle: Michelle Dawson, MS, CCC-SLP is an accomplished lecturer and PEDs Therapist, she has written and given numerous ASHA approved CEU lectures on such topics as Infantile Spasm and Oropharyngeal Dysphagia, along with Apps and ST, and co-authored a course on Best Practices in EI.  She has also given an AOTA-approved lecture on Sensory Integration from the SLP perspective.  Michelle has delivered lectures at the SCSHA Convention and twice with the SCATP Expo. 

About Julieanne: Julieanne Granados, Med CCC-SLP, is an ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist who resides in Fayetteville, NC with her husband, little lady, and Boston Terriers.  She is co-owner of Southeastern Communication and Swallowing Specialists.  She has been practicing since 2012. She completed undergraduate training at Appalachian State University and graduate degree at North Carolina Central University with special interests in feeding/swallowing, oral motor development and its relation to speech and feeding, early intervention, and bilingual language development. Prior to completing her Masters in Communication and Sciences Disorder, Julieanne worked as an early intervention play therapist where she developed a love for the birth-three population, gained experience with working with bilingual families and their children, and completed training in ABA. Since beginning her work as a SLP, Julieanne has completed multiple trainings in pediatric feeding/swallowing disorders, is certified in pediatric vital-stim, has completed training in orofacial myology, and is currently working towards receiving her certification to be a Board Certified Swallowing Specialist. Her current areas of interest and research are in pediatric feeding/swallowing disorders in the medically fragile child, orofacial myology, and ankyloglossia.

About Leah: Leah Ringled, MA CCC-SLP, is an ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist who resides in Hope Mills, NC with her husband and three young children. She is co-owner of Southeastern Communication and Swallowing Specialists.  She has been practicing since 2011. She completed undergraduate and graduate training at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro with special interests in motor planning disorders, cranial facial abnormalities and feeding/oral motor therapy. Leah’s areas of interest continue to be in medical related speech language disorders to include pediatric and geriatric feeding and swallowing disorders. Recent research is in the area of feeding difficulties that arise from unrepaired tongue and lip ties and other tethered oral issues. Research is looking into effects of oral motor and oral stimulation tasks to assist with increasing mobility and functionality as well as teaming with other skilled professional in the Fayetteville and surrounding areas ( IBCLC, bodywork and, myofaucial release specialist and pediatric dentist) to assist in revision and post operative care. Age of speciality ranges from birth-5 and geriatric population.
Additional Information


This course is offered for 0.1 ASHA CEUs (Introductory Level, Related Area)


Time-Ordered Agenda:

0-10: Introductions and Backgrounds

10-20: Discuss struggles and strategies that come when providing early intervention services in both rural and military based settings. 

20-30: Discuss struggles and strategies of finding staff to provide ST services in both rural and military based settings.

30-45: Discuss  positive aspects of pursuing a career in early intervention in both rural and military based settings.

45-1:00: Questions and Answers


Disclosure Statement for Michelle Dawson:

Financial: Michelle Dawson is a presenter for SpeechTherapyPD.com and receives royalties. 

Nonfinancial: No relevant nonfinancial relationships exist.

Disclosure Statement for Leah Ringled:

Financial: Leah Ringled is a presenter for SpeechTherapyPD.com and receives royalties.

Nonfinancial: No relevant nonfinancial relationships exist.


Disclosure Statement for Julieanne Granados:

Financial: Julieanne Granados is a presenter for SpeechTherapyPD.com and receives royalties.

Nonfinancial: No relevant nonfinancial relationships exist.

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