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Tongue Ties in Babies and Children

Information about how tongue ties affect the growth and development of children's facial muscles, dentition, learning, speech, sleep and health.

Dates & times

DATE: Tuesday, November 24, 2020

TIME: 8 PM to 9 PM

PLATFORM: Google Hangouts

Description

Presented by Stephanie Eber, Speech Pathologist

Suitable for parents of children aged 0-12 years and professionals who work with children in this age group (teachers, therapists, dentists, doctors).

There has been a lot of talk recently amongst parents as well as service providers about tongue ties, so we want to demystify this area and bring awareness about what tongue (and lip) ties are, what impact they have on children, and whether they should be released. 

Participants can expect to gain the following knowledge:

  • Understand what tongue and lip ties are
  • Understand the effect of a tongue and lip restriction on the growth and development of childrens’ facial muscles, dentition, learning, speech, sleep and health
  • Recognise when you would consider having the ties released
  • Understand more about the procedure to release the tongue and/or lip restriction

If you have any questions about tongue ties, please contact Stephanie Eber at seber@bluton-fdc.com.

About Stephanie Eber, Speech Pathologist

Stephanie is an experienced Speech Pathologist who is passionate about helping her clients to communicate effectively. She enjoys working directly with her clients, as well as with their families to ensure that they feel empowered and supported to achieve their goals. She studied and worked in Sydney, Australia and moved to Hong Kong in 2014. She has worked in schools, hospitals, and disability organisations both as a Speech Pathologist and Manager to ensure that children and adults attending these centres gained the skills to communicate successfully. Stephanie has undergone training in Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy and helps clients improve their oral and facial strength and coordination, eliminate problematic habits and behaviours and develop optimal oral behaviour for speech and swallowing.  

Registration

Online Presentation

Send an email requesting to register to seber@blurton-fdc.com. Ms. Eber will reply with a link to the presentation.