I am thrilled to be presenting two courses at the Richter AIR Symposium 2015. One course Part II: “My 25 Favorite Oral-Motor Treatment Techniques”, is an interactive course. Actually, this course could be entitled “”My Favorite……..Techniques and even more” since there will be a time for sharing between participants and myself. We will discuss, for example, how to manipulate and change oral-motor techniques based a trial exploration and experience. Since my experiences take into account a wide range of treatment options over multiple decades, I have become a multi-experienced thinker and practitioner.
I have learned that the power of tool manipulation has become my best friend when learning techniques. The oral-motor system is a complex system but these complexities will allow you, the participant to open your mind to a vast amount of techniques you might not have considered in the past. I will share with you and my hope is you will share too.
Part I: Syncing Oral Motor/Sensory Assessments to Meet Goal Areas will give you a basis for Part II. What assessments do you use? Does that assessment give you information needed for your treatment session?