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Linda’s courses are filled with valuable information and real-life application. Each course has something unique to offer. If you are an SLP, I highly recommend taking the first course to understand more about how myofunctional disorders impact speech and language. That course is gold! The assessment course is awesome for taking a deeper dive into the assessment process and understanding the why behind what you are seeing. The treatment course gave me fresh ideas I could use in therapy to flexibly meet my patient’s goals. Each course is jam packed with content and I loved how there was a case study tying each one together. Linda is a dynamic and engaging presenter. These courses were time and money well spent!

--Brooke Andrews, M.A CCC-SLP/COM ™

Your lecture is the most academic, clinical and compelling content I have ever heard!

--Sekiguchi Kazuki, DDS

I am lucky enough to have attended all of Linda's OMD courses and each one was phenomenal! Each class was filled with valuable information including the evidence base, implications across the lifespan, case study examples, and videos. I came away with a better understanding of the anatomy, physiology, and function of the face, tongue, and oral cavity. The courses were very comprehensive. I especially loved the connections seen between parents and children and how genetics, structures, and habits contribute to feeding, swallowing and speech. Linda's experience of treating across the lifespan really helped me see the "big picture" of how OMDs can effect people of all ages and why my work with young pediatrics is so important. Her presentation style is engaging and entertaining and it's obvious she has assessed and treated many children and adults. Almost all of the information I learned in the course was new to me and it was well worth the investment!

----hopefully that sounds ok. Wasn't sure how to write "it blew my mind!!!" But seriously, if every SLP could get that information right as they're starting - and the once a month was a good pace to learn, implement, reflect, keep learning - we'd have a whole new set of SLPs knowing better what they're doing. I actually just re-watched a portion of one of the lectures and I think I'll be going through them again over the next year.

--Kendra Holloway, MS, CCC-SLP

The Impact of Restricted Oral Frenula on Articulation, ICAP 2018

How Ankyloglossia Is Implicated in Congenital Craniofacial Disorders, ICAP 2018

FREE 1-HOUR VIDEO: Differential Diagnosis and Treatment Planning for Speech Sound Disorders