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{Recording} TAD Talk: Feeding on the Frontlines

Feeding on the Frontlines: School-based Feeding and Swallowing Support

Presented by Carolyn Dolby M.S., CCC-SLP


Originally Broadcast on June 11, 2024




TAD Talk Description: Join us for a delicious discussion dedicated to supporting safe and efficient mealtimes for students in the school setting. From the challenges faced to the innovative strategies employed by dysphagia teams “feeding on the frontlines.”

Target Audience: Caregivers/parents of children with pediatric feeding and swallowing disorders, speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, students and other healthcare providers who work with children with feeding and swallowing disorders.


Meet the Presenter

Carolyn Dolby M.S., CCC-SLP

Carolyn Dolby, M.S., CCC-SLP specializes in pediatric feeding and swallowing evaluations and interventions as the Dysphagia Support Speech-Language Pathologist for a large school district in the state of Texas. She is a published author and her graduate courses for UofH, prepare the next generation of SLPs. She presents nationally with a focus on providing dynamic dysphagia services. In her private business, she consults with school districts across the nation supporting program development and staff training.


CEUs: No ASHA CEUs are offered for this webinar. Upon request, the NFOSD can provide a detailed certificate of participation for Professional Development Hours.

Cost: FREE. This webinar has been made free to all registrants thanks to a generous unrestricted educational grant provided by Bracco Diagnostics and the educational sponsors of the NFOSD.

The NFOSD TAD Talk Webinar Series is funded by an unrestricted educational grant provided by Bracco Diagnostics.

NFOSD Educational Sponsors