Featuring: Tim Lauzon & Brooke Beilman
Originally Broadcast Thursday, April 27, 2023
Join us for our Meet the Makers Series for a chance to hear directly from dysphagia industry leaders on products that can help manage and treat swallowing disorders.
These one-hour webinars will include a 30 minute product presentation, followed by up to 30 minutes of interactive Q&A where you will have a chance to ask all of your questions.
As with all of our online learning events, registration is free!
Please note: The NFOSD is a nonprofit patient advocacy organization. We do not endorse specific products, treatments, or brands. The NFOSD does not provide person-specific medical advice or treatment recommendations. This presentation is for informational purposes only, and does not intend to substitute professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Never modify your treatment plan without consulting with your healthcare team. If you need assistance identifying a swallowing disorder specialist, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet the Presenters
Tim Lauzon: Tim has been with TIMS Medical for over 10 years as a Regional Sales Manager, Customer Support & Training Manager, and in his current role as Director of Product Marketing. Tim spends much of his time engaging clinical SLPs and researchers to understand how TIMS Medical can best help improve dysphagia patient outcomes, facilitate the adoption of diagnostic standards, and streamline the SLP’s daily workflow.
Brooke Beilman: Brooke is a full-time member of TIMS Medical, a part-time graduate school instructor, a board member for the non-profit Dysphagia Outreach Project, and serves patients in the acute care and inpatient rehabilitation settings. She is the recipient of the ASHA ACE Award, co-founder of Servant Leadership, and a member of SIG13. Brooke has presented at the state and national levels, has been a guest on the podcasts Understanding Dysphagia and First Bite, and has been the host and guest speaker for continuing education webinars. Brooke is passionate about improving clinician access to resources for evidence-based practice and leadership development.