This poster from 2018 was shared with me by Sally Asquith who gave permission to post here.
The objective of this study: REVIEW CURRENT LITERATURE PERTINENT TO THE ROLE OF ORAL-MOTOR DEVELOPMENT IN DX AND TX OF PFD. COMPLETE A RETROSPECTIVE CHART REVIEW OF ACTIVE PATIENTS IN AN OUTPATIENT SETTING AND ASSESS INCIDENCE OF POOR ORAL-MOTOR SKILLS AS A KEY VARIABLE IN DX AND TX OF PFD.
I love the subject and agree that oral motor skills are a key component of PFD. Great job Sally!
Sally Asquith, MS, CCC-SLP, Bilingual Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist/Feeding Specialist
SLP At-Large, Executive Board, International Assn. for Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing (iapfs.org)
Executive Director, Carolina Speech & Language Center, Inc.
221 Stallsville Loop, Summerville, SC 29485 P 843.832.1795, F 843.832.9499