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Speech Therapy Professional Development

Oromyofunctional Therapy: Change in Structure - Linda D'Onofrio, MS, CCC-SLP

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Overview / Abstract:

Children in speech therapy, especially in school environments, often work on the same sound for years when their articulation is actually a symptom of a larger structural or functional issue. Correct differential diagnosis and treatment planning is essential for these children to get the most efficient and effective therapy.

Major Topics:
Basics of Oromyofunctional therapy
Lingual rest posture, muscle tone and range of motion
Tongue thrust
Swallowing saliva, liquids and food
Measuring change
Articulation Therapy


Dec 31, 2027


Occupational Therapy CE, Speech Language Pathology CE


Online, Webinar / Webcast / Video



Credits / Hours

4 hours



Presenters / Authors / Faculty

Linda D'Onofrio, MS, CCC-SLP

Sponsors / Supporters / Grant Providers

Video Continuing Education LLC

Keywords / Search Terms

Speech Therapy, ASHA CEU, Speech Pathology, AOTA, Occupational Therapy, tongue thrust, lingual rest posture, muscle tone and range of motion, differential diagnosis

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