Monday, December 28, 2009

Setting up an evaluation time with me

I have to apologogize for not paying attention to my blog for the last month. To say I have been busy would be an understatement. ASHA was a terrific success and since I have been home the interest in my work has been overwhelming. I am feeling so good about this but must admit it is getting harded and harder to answer all of the emails. In response to the query about how to set up an appointment with me or one of the other TalkTools therapists... please go to the website: www.talktools.net and send us a message. It is going to be a very busy year with trips to Puerto Rico, Mexico City and China within the first few months of 2010 but I love what I do and teaching other therapists to use Oral Placement Therapy has become my passion. When I travel for teaching I do see kids for evaluations so do check the website. I just want to end by thanking each and every one of you for your support of my work and I wish for you a happy and a healthy New Year. Sara

6 comments:

  1. Sara, I just now realized I didn't have a link to you on my blog, I thought I had done that back when i asked you in March, sorry! It is there now :)

    Kristina

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  3. I am doing a research paper and presentation on your early feeding skills for children with Down Syndrome. I have been looking for peer reviewed articles or citations that support similar oral motor exercises, but am not having much luck. Do you have a references section on any of your material. I have read all your articles and watched many of your and Lori's videos on the techniques.... makes sooo much sense to me! I have a 10 month old with DS and have been doing many of the techniques and think I am seeing great results. Well anyways... hello from Alaska.. and thanks - Angie

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  4. disregard the previous comment. I found the resources I was looking for on one of your powerpoints I found on line. thanks
    angie

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  5. dear sara,
    I would like to ask if the kid has interdental lisp, can i use cheerio tongue tip depression to help establish teh correct placement?
    Thanks.

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