Video Continuing Education, LLC to offer a new online ASHA CEUs: Treating OMDs: Beyond the Symptoms

Video Continuing Education is offering online ASHA CEUs for the video streaming course, Treating Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders: Beyond the Symptoms

Online PR News – 12-May-2016 – Portland, OR – Video Continuing Education, LLC is excited to announce it will host a 2 day video streaming course: Treating Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders: Beyond the Symptoms, an advanced course that is registered for online ASHA CEUs. The course is taught by an incredible expert in the field, Linda D’Onofrio. Linda is an experienced presenter and a highly successful speech-language pathologist who specializes in the area of orofacial myofunctional disorders. She has presented several times with Video Continuing Education and her courses have all qualified for online ASHA CEUs. “Video Continuing Education, LLC ( is pleased to continue its partnership with Linda D’Onofrio to provide this outstanding course, which which will be streamed live”, says Darla Torkelsen, CEO and founder Video Continuing Education LLC, “Linda has been incredibly successful in the treatment of orofacial myofunctional disorders, and we are extremely happy to make her content available to people around the world.”Participants will have the opportunity to gain theoretic understanding and practical knowledge of the differential diagnosis and feeding, swallowing, and communication techniques that can be incorporated into therapy immediately,  while earning registered ASHA CEUs. Here are just a few of the objectives this 2-day 15 hour course will include. Following the course participants will be able to: • List the sequence of events that develop into OMDs and discuss the importance of prevention and early intervention. Learn how to screen for OMDs. • List the many populations of patients that are impacted by OMDs and the different medical professionals involved in patient care. • Measure oral structures and rate oromyofunction through newly available protocols. • Review goals and objectives of OMT therapy and how to assess and use OMT treatment programs, concepts, and tools. • Review and discuss pediatric and adult case studies. • Discuss the concept of neuroplasticity and neuromuscular reeducation Treating Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders: Beyond the Symptoms will be available to watch live on May 14 and 15, 2016. It will then be available for on demand viewing on June 9, 2016. Both will the live and video on demand courses will be eligible for online ASHA CEUs. is offering $200 off this Treating Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders: Beyond the Symptoms, if you register by May 13. Go to either: or and choose the course entitled, Simulcast: Treating Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders: Beyond the Symptoms. Use the coupon code: OMD2016 upon check out. Regarding the overall quality of the courses on Video Continuing Education (and, Cari O’Conner says, “I’ve been very impressed with the caliber of courses I\'ve taken, as well as variety offered. Set up of the site has been easy to maneuver. Over-all a very positive experience”Video Continuing Education was founded in 2011 as a solution for therapists and educators needing to get professional development in a cost effective and efficient way. Founded by Darla Torkelsen, the company’s platform is used by thousands of speech-language pathologists and other disciplines. It is based in Portland, Oregon. is owned and operated by Video Continuing Education, LLC (a certified ASHA CEU provider)