Online MyoHack Symposium
Learn From the OMT Experts 
Join Simon Says and other interdisciplinary professionals to expand your knowledge in the field of myofunctional therapy


about the myohack symposium

Accreditation
This course is offered for 1.55 ASHA CEUs. (Introductory Level, Professional Area)
about the course
In recent months, it has become evident how important it is to keep the OMT conversation & education continuing. Since this therapy requires an interdisciplinary approach and every player is an important piece of the myofunctional puzzle, Simon Says has teamed up with heavy hitters in the myofunctional world. 

This symposium will provide you with the continuing education that you've been looking & asking for. At Simon Says, we not only care about your clinical skills but also your personal and professional development. Therefore, this symposium will include fifteen clinical-based and business-focused presentations.

Learn from top professionals  working in this field: oral surgeons, pediatric dentists, orthodontists, TOTs specialists, feeding experts, and your fellow SLPs practicing myofunctional therapy.

Content Disclosures
The speakers in our symposium will highlight and promote products/services they use or provide in each of their presentations. This might include courses, materials, or programs they sell in the field of OMT. 

Learner Outcomes 
Due to the variety of topics presented, learner outcomes are listed under each speaker/presentation

Time ordered agenda
Due to the variety of topics presented, time ordered agendas & ASHA CEUs are listed under each speaker/presentation

This symposium is ON-DEMAND which means you can watch all 15 presentations on your time! 

REGISTRATION FEE
$299 (CLOSING FEBRUARY 28TH FOREVER)
$99 FOR SIMON SAYS MEMBERS
this course is only offered through february 28, 2021 and must be completed in it's entirety to recEIve asha ceu
presenters
jennifer simon triandafilou 
M.a, ccc-slp
An SLP's Approach to Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Myofunctional Therapy

CHAR BOSHART
M.A, CCC-SLP 
Swallowing & Speaking: Components, Comparisons, and Therapy
PATRICK  MCKEOWN
BA, MA, Dip BM, FBPI 
Addressing Breathing Pattern Disorders and Nasal Obstruction to Assist with Myofunctional Therapy.
KAY TOOMEY
PhD 
Understanding the Complexity of Feeding and Eating
James nestor
author of breath
Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art
autumn henning 
MS, CCC-SLP, COM, IBCLC
The Pre-release Paradigm: Interventions and Considerations to Achieve Therapeutic Readiness Prior to a TOTs Release Procedure
Dr. James m. ryan
dds, ms
Tethered Oral Tissues (TOTs) in the Breastfeeding Dyad
dr. peter sheehan
DDs, Ms
The Importance of Orthodontic Intervention & Myofuntional Therapy
dr. ophir alalouf
DDS
Pediatric Dentistry with a Myofunctional Focus
dr. mary bourke
ceo of munchee
Neurological and Postural Considerations for Optimizing Oral Function and Development
DR. TONY SEIKEL
PhD, CCC-SLP
the research behind the relationship between myofunctional disorders and dysphagia
Rhonda collier
ceo of myo made easy
The Long & Winding Road to Myofunctional Therapy
Jody sastry M.S, CCC-SLP 
gina d'jonovic M.S, CCC-SLP
Expanding Your Practice with Myofunctional Therapy 
Jenni cohowicz
M.A, CCC-SLP
Integrating OMT With Preschool Aged Children & Professionals
Julie Doyle 

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