Sydney Workshop 2019
WHEN: Monday 23rd September, 2019
COST: $345 inc. GST
VENUE: Rydges Sydney Central, 28 Albion St, Surry Hills NSW
ENQUIRIES: Babble & Munch Speech Pathology, email@example.com
DISCOUNTS: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a 10% discount for students and teams (3 or more staff from same workplace). Team discounts must be booked and paid for as a group.
INCLUDES: Morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea, tea/coffee, workshop manual, handouts and assessment resources.
ACCOMMODATION: Accommodation will be offered to Babble & Munch workshop attendees at a discounted rate. To book, please contact the hotel Reservations team directly on email@example.com or 02 9289 0012 and quote ‘Babble & Munch’.
TIMES: Registration from 8.30am, start time 9am, finish time 4.45pm.
PARKING & TRANSPORT: Parking at Rydges Sydney Central is $44.00 a full day. Car park entry is adjacent to the hotel entrance. Take a ticket on arrival and pay at Reception before departure. Rydges Sydney Central is located within a short 4 minute walk from Central Station (Elizabeth St Entrance/Exit) as well as the Central Bus Stands located on Eddy Avenue.
Open to allied health, medical, nursing & complementary health professionals.
Infant Feeding Foundations Workshop
- Developmental foundations of feeding and oral development
- Assessment of oral structure, function and feeding skills
- Feeding case histories
- How to complete an in-depth oral motor examination
- Impact of tongue tie on feeding and oral development
- Assessment and management of tongue tie based on current evidence
- Treatment of breastfeeding and bottle feeding difficulties
- Treatment of early solids difficulties, including oral motor skills for feeding
- Focus on 0-12 months, skills also applicable for working with older children as the foundation for all feeding skills.
- To understand the typical stages of infant oral and feeding development (0-12 months) that underpin feeding in all ages.
- To learn how to conduct a thorough case history, oral motor assessment and feeding evaluation to inform treatment plans.
- To understand the potential impact of tongue tie on feeding and to be aware of the current evidence on assessment and treatment of tongue tie.
- To identify treatment principles and techniques for breastfeeding, bottle feeding and early solids difficulties, including related oral motor skills.
Carly Veness, Speech Pathologist