Speaker: Judy Terwilliger, RN, CMT, FBT
Presentation Duration: 60 Mins
Credits: 1 CERP, 1 Dietetic CEU
More information available at: https://www.goldlactation.com/conference/schedule and at https://www.goldlactation.com/conference/presentations/308. The presentation will be available until June 1st, 2017.
This lecture/course is intended to familiarize the medical and allied health community in the recognition of the often-overlooked muscle-related structural barriers to breastfeeding. It provides a discussion of clues to the predisposing factors of these barriers and explores their affect on infant “functional mobility” as it relates to the achievement of successful breastfeeding.
It is intended to improve the clinician’s assessment skills as they work with the mother/infant dyad in resolving breastfeeding difficulties/dysfunctions by development of insight into these often hidden and profoundly destructive structural manifestations.
Recognition of these barriers with an emphasis on self-help techniques and when/who to refer parents/caregivers to for help, together with how to best meet their teaching/training needs across cultural barriers, is discussed. The ultimate purpose is the achievement of insight to improve the clinician’s evaluation process, better enabling them to promote, enhance and even save the breastfeeding experience of the families served.
To be a successful advocate for truly functional breastfeeding that promotes joyful, prolonged retention, your assessment skills of infants’ musculature must look beyond oro/myofacial structures using a whole-body approach.
— Judy Terwilliger
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Please RSVP by April 8, 2016.
Judy Terwilliger, RN (#322974), CMT (#25334)
Pediatric Bowen Specialist™ (#1708)
2.5 Contact Hours [L (Contact) CERPs]: CBRN Provider #CEP15569
IBLCE Approval Number: #C1661034
This class is open to all Healthcare Professionals in the Breastfeeding, Maternal/Child Health & Family Support Field.
For more information or to sign up for a class, please contact our office at (916) 834-1711 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on the class, please contact Donna Decker at (570) 253-8422 or email us at email@example.com
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This is an awesome opportunity for PA’s lactation consultants and all those trying to make a difference in the world of moms and babies struggling with breast feeding. Judy resides in CA. PLEASE visit her WEB site (kidskornerbowen.com or knowmor.org and click on Kids’ Korner) before making a decision on attending the course on 4/21/16 at Wayne Memorial Hospital, Honesdale, PA.
I have taught Childbirth classes, new mommies classes, worked labor and delivery, and breast feed 5 children. Helped many a mom problem solve. This is one of the best resources I have seen!
If you have questions, please contact me.
Enjoy your day,
Donna Decker, RN
Manager of Community Health
Wayne Memorial Hospital
OBJECTIVE: Learn Structural Assessment Skills for Infants/Children to evaluate muscle tension/involvement that may be related to noted Breastfeeding Dysfunctions. This class will add new eyes to your practice and tools in your skill set to bring resolves.
Printed class materials will be provided. Please bring paper and pencils for taking notes. No video cameras or photography please.
Learn Structural Assessment Skills for Infants/Children learning to quickly evaluate for muscle tension and its involvement in noted Breastfeeding Dysfunctions and Developmental Delays. This class will add new eyes to your practice and tools in your skill set to bring resolves.
1. Recognizing or Becoming Aware of:
2. Improve assessment skills of:
3. Gain insights into an improved evaluation process
4. Recognition of Structural Barriers with an emphasis on:
Be able to:
Class Format: Similar to a breakout session where these is some lecture/demonstration but a lot of discussion and time allowed for questions and answers. Come and learn an essential skill.
Note: Wherever possible a live demonstration will be incorporated. Please be aware, however, that since Ms. Terwilliger is skilled to release any child whom she evaluates in class for educational purposes, she will likewise offer a therapeutic release at that time. Those student’s attendance whose licensure permits manipulative work on infants are welcome to ask further questions.
The IATP Organization is comprised of allied heath professionals dedicated to improved health through the discovery, management and study of tethered oral tissues. Our means of communication is a privately maintained FaceBook Forum that’s purpose “is to identify and locate providers that offer services to support the assessment and treatment of tethered oral tissues and to identify and locate other IATP members, as well as to offer a forum for the sharing of information, research or ideas of interest to fellow members of the IATP.”
This week IATP is holding it’s first international Webinar Series in which How B.E.S.T. Relates To Breast© (Basic Evaluation of Structural Tension) is included.
Presented by the California Breastfeeding Coalition, the California Breastfeeding Summit is the state’s premier gathering that establishes a yearly collective direction to increase exclusive breastfeeding rates among all populations in California.
The Summit is a forum to learn best practices, acquire new skills, gain resources, and is a catalyst for change at the state and local levels. There is collaboration and networking with an estimated 450 nurses, lactation consultants and educators, peer counselors, dietitians, physicians, health educators, birth educators and doulas, and exhibitors.
This Summit combines innovative project, research, and evidence-based best practice presentations with clinical skill development. The Summit showcases speakers with exceptional expertise and presentation skills in order to provide quality information to attendees. The Summit also features special poster sessions with researchers presenting their findings and answering questions from Summit attendees.
Though the actual delivery process is managed in many ways for the best possible outcome, it is still highly likely that despite these best of efforts, baby’s response to the birth process is traumatic. It’s really no one’s fault! It is simply a hidden barrier that baby has developed from his/her exposure to the developmental and birth process. When this structural problem is properly acknowledged, evaluated and therapeutically relieved – normal functional movement in baby is restored. The joy of breastfeeding is saved. Tears of anguish become tears of joy, as this connection miracle is reborn with family peace and sanity restored. — Judy Terwilliger
More information at in this event brochure.