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Webinar: Oral Motor Structures and Functions: Foundations for Feeding

Webinar: Oral Motor Structures and Functions: Foundations for Feeding W021617
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$ 65.00 USD
The Spiral Foundation at OTA-Watertown
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Eating is a complex sensory-motor activity that requires coordination of numerous muscles and structures in the mouth, jaw and throat. Clinicians working with clients with oral motor and feeding problems must have a solid knowledge of the anatomy and functions of these structures in order to effectively assess and treat feeding problems. This webinar will discuss oral motor and related structures necessary for effective eating. The purpose of each structure as it relates to assessment and intervention will be presented. This webinar, Part 1 of a 2-part series, will focus on identification and understanding of these foundational structures. Part 2 of the series will discuss the typical development of oral motor and related structures, patterns and skills necessary to treatment plan and progress feeding interventions.

Eating is a complex sensory-motor activity that requires coordination of numerous muscles and structures in the mouth, jaw and throat. Clinicians working with clients with oral motor and feeding problems must have a solid knowledge of the anatomy and
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