To All of my Feeding Friends, I want to wish you a Happy New Year! I want to thank you for all that you do for our clients and families. If you are a parent or caregiver, hang in there, we understand the road is challenging. I hope everyone was able to take to take some time for yourself and your family over the holidays and that you feel refreshed going into 2019! Highlights for my local Keep Reading >>
Feeding Job at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
https://careers.choa.org/ Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta is conducting a search for an outstanding speech pathologist with specialization in treatment of pediatric feeding concerns in Atlanta, Georgia. The position will support the opening of a new feeding clinic at the Center for Advanced Pediatrics. This expansion is part of a strategic initiative to advance the assessment and treatment of Keep Reading >>
Job opening for SLP at UNC
I don’t usually post job openings but wanted to send a shout out for an opening we have at UNC for a speech pathologist on our out-patient team. If interested see below. https://jobs.uncmedicalcenter.org/job/chapel-hill/speech-pathologist/14481/7821477 The Department of Speech Pathology is seeking a dynamic licensed SLP to provide services to children primarily in our specialty pediatric Keep Reading >>
Alaska OT Association!
I want to send a big Thank You to the Alaska OT Association for hosting my CAN EAT conference last weekend. The OT’s and SLP’s that attended were such a wonderful group and really hung in there for every minute of our jammed pack 2 days together. Special thanks to… to Jenny A whom I have affectionally nicknamed “Jenny Alaska” who arranged much of the course Keep Reading >>
Preparing for Grad School or CF Placement in the NICU: Part One
Preparing for Grad School or CF Placement in the NICU: Part One September 26, 2017 in the ASHA Blog By Catherine Shaker Do you hope to get a coveted pediatric placement during graduate school or for your clinical fellowship experience? Are you interested in an even more specialized subset of pediatrics? Working as a speech-language pathologist in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) Keep Reading >>
Free Webinars from innarahealth.com
Free Webinars from innarahealth.com http://www.innarahealth.com The Innara Health management team is dedicated to improving neonatal care and using our broad healthcare, business and medical technology expertise. http://www.innarahealth.com/webinar-archive/?submissionGuid=61a1ec51-4580-42b5-859b-3772763dd98f Gastric Tubes in Neonates: Controversies and Unanswered Questions by Sandra Keep Reading >>
No Fruit Juice For Children Under 1 Year
https://www.aap.org/en-us/about-the-aap/aap-press-room/pages/American-Academy-of-Pediatrics-Recommends-No-Fruit-Juice-For-Children-Under-1-Year.aspx American Academy of Pediatrics Recommends No Fruit Juice For Children Under 1 Year Fresh fruit is preferable for older children because it provides dietary fiber and less sugar than juice, according to updated policy statement Fruit Keep Reading >>
My TX course this weekend- needs a host!
Pediatric Feeding Workshop:Using a Medical, Motor, and Behavioral Approach- May 12-13, 2017 presenter: Krisi Brackett MS SLP-CCC Motivations is in need of a host for this course- someone to assist with registration and paperwork in exchange for free attendance. If anyone is interested, please contact Jane Boston: Jane Boston firstname.lastname@example.org. thank you, Keep Reading >>