WORKSHOPS
Continuing education workshops are a popular and effective way of increasing professional and personal knowledge.Workshop instructors vary in their ability to make information come alive, and translate easily into clinical practice.

Suzanne Evans Morris, Ph.D., has been a leading workshop designer and presenter for over 35 years. Her workshops emphasize both the philosophical and practical aspects of developing both efficient and effective treatment programs. Respect for each learner is expressed through a variety of teaching styles and modalities. Her commitment to daily learning from children and their families brings a sensitive and evolving focus to her teaching.

NEW VISIONS WORKSHOPS focus on small-group learning opportunities that build understanding and skills the areas of mealtimes, feeding, oral-motor treatment, movement, and accelerated learning.Workshops are taught in a beautiful area of the Blue Ridge Mountains southwest of Charlottesville, Virginia.

OTHER WORKSHOPS are sponsored by organizations in other parts of the country.These are large-group workshops which are taught in a 2-3 day format. Workshop topics may include: The Journey from Tube Feeding Toward Oral Feeding, Music and Hemi-Sync in the Treatment of Chiildren with Developmental Disabilities, Feeding the Whole Child–A Mealtime Approach,The Child with Feeding Aversion–Impact of Gastrointestinal Discomfort and Feeding and Pre-Speech Issues in Children with Mild to Moderate Disabilities.


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