Approximately half of all children born with a cleft palate will need some form of speech and language therapy. This webinar will explore how a cleft palate can affect early speech and language development, and strategies you can use at home to help your child progress. You will also have the opportunity to ask live questions during the question-and-answer portion of the program.
Preparing for a new school year is stressful under normal circumstances, and even more so now during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this one-hour program, you will hear expert perspectives on how to help parents create the building blocks for a successful school year, home life, and social interactions for children with craniofacial diagnoses.
Second only to hearing a baby’s heartbeat for the first time, the ultrasound is a much-anticipated milestone during pregnancy when parents get to see their baby for the first time. However, when a family learns that their child has a craniofacial issue, everything changes. This is a journey that will last a lifetime. myFace aims to start at the beginning in identifying and addressing what it takes to set a family and child up for success.
We invite you to view our inaugural webcast in the “Transforming Lives” series, Transforming Lives: The Difference a Craniofacial Care Team Can Make. This webcast will allow you to hear expert perspectives to help you better understand how to navigate the selection of medical, surgical, and psychosocial specialists that will help address your child’s condition.