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Offering Courses and Clinical Services as a Specialist

Are you thinking about starting a specialty-based private practice? Do you already have one?

In this episode, I am talking to an SLP celebrity, ​​Autumn Reed Henning, about how having a specialized business and private practice has really helped her increase her impact and find success fast as a private practice owner.

Autumn R. Henning, MS, CCC-SLP, COM®, IBCLC is a certified and licensed Speech-Language Pathologist with a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). She is a Certified Orofacial Myologist® through the International Association of Orofacial Myology (IAOM), and she is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant.

Autumn specializes in orofacial function and development throughout the lifespan. She works with infants to adults in her private practice, Chrysalis Orofacial in Greenville, SC.

She also has trained thousands of professionals from varying fields internationally in her E3 Model of Care and flagship course TOTS: Tethered Oral Tissues Specialty Training.

October 4, 2021, 4:28:56 PM

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The Goods on Being Your Own Secret Sauce

In this episode, we have Autumn Read Henning M.S. CCC-SLP, COM, IBCLC. We chat about the benefits of observation to your craft, and having the desire to find the solution for rooted problems. We also get to chat about her private practice and business journey as well as her newly-established online course!

We get into all the things! You'll also hear us talk about:

-The true value of skill over experienceImportance of critical thinking and confidence to share the idea

-The passion for helping peopleWillingness to create change and be the change

August 19, 2021, 1:54:47 PM

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Interview with Autumn Henning COM, SLP

Boy do we have a special episode for you!


Today we chat with Autumn Henning SLP COM IBCLC on everything Myofunctional. She is a leader in her field and blowing up the educational resources game. She has reserved some exciting announcements for this episode and we can't wait to have our fellow practitioners hear it! This interview discusses bridging the gap between providers, utilizing other professionals, educational resources and all things treatment verses therapy.

November 2, 2021, 1:55:36 PM

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Collaborative Approach to Treating Anklyoglossia

Peer-reviewed journal article:

Adopting a multidisciplinary approach when caring for patients with ankyloglossia has the potential to improve function and quality of life throughout the lifespan.

November 2, 2021, 1:34:28 PM

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The 411 on Lip Taping

In this episode, Hallie and Autumn R. Henning SLP COM IBCLC give the 411 on lip taping. They discuss the importance of determining the root cause of a patient's mouth breathing and how lip taping is quite literally putting a band aid on the problem (vs. addressing the root cause). They go on to highlight the importance of myofunctional therapy to help guide the musculature for a proper closed mouth posture.

July 22, 2021, 12:28:44 PM

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Where to start and End with TOTs?

Autumn and Hallie discuss tongue-tie symptoms and assessments, diagnosis, treatment timelines, criteria for referrals, creating a treatment team of other specialists, and the importance of after-care and post-release therapy.

June 16, 2021, 7:34:04 PM

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The Trifecta of SLP Certifications

We talk about the private practice of an SLP who has followed her passion and is certified in Certified Orofacial Myologist® through the International Association of Orofacial Myology (IAOM) and is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant.

November 2, 2021, 1:51:39 PM

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Episode 26 ft. Autumn Henning, CCC-SLP, COM, IBCLC

In today’s episode, Brittny and Autumn R. Henning, MS, CCC-SLP, COM, IBCLC discuss all things TOTs related— how to explain TOTs to patients and parents, how to respond when they say “but nobody ever told me this before!”, the importance of pre and post op therapy, how to handle a patient who does not follow your recommendations/referrals, what providers are a must for TOTs cases, and what factors to consider for optimal timing of release.

November 2, 2021, 2:01:00 PM

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Podcast with Martha Macaluso

November 2, 2021, 2:07:48 PM

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Plot the TOT with Autumn Henning and Ann Bynum

In this episode Hallie talks with Dr. Ann Bynum and Autumn R. Henning about their new course, Plot the TOT, launching on June 26th! They also discuss how they met each other and started collaborating together. Through their collaboration they found a need to educate others on the importance of collaboration amongst disciplines in order to provide the best care to their patients.

November 2, 2021, 2:14:33 PM

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Tongue Tie and Feeding Disorders

How tongue tie can lead to pediatric feeding disorders by Autumn Henning

April 30, 2019, 1:22:37 PM

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Current Info on Tongue and Lip Tie

In this interview, I go over treatment and assessment of tongue tie. Here are some of the questions I answer and topics I cover:

What kind of assessment do you recommend- informal or formal?

I recommend a conglomeration of formal measures and informal observations.

Components of my assessment include :

-- a very in-depth case history

-- functional observations with feeding/speech, standardized articulation test (if indicated)

-- oral motor assessment (I use Beckman Oral Motor Protocol)

-- manual inspection of the oral cavity.

-- There are several protocols including the TAP, ATLFF, Carole Dobrich’s Assessment, and Lingual Frenulum Protocol by Martinelli and Marchesan as well. I do these in that order to avoid bias. If truly an oral restriction is present, all signs/symptoms, functional observations, testing, and oral motor findings add up to what I visibly see and feel in the mouth.


How do you determine severity of the tongue and/or lip tie and if a child needs surgical intervention?

Severity is based upon the level of impaired function, symptoms, and impact on quality of life. One of the common misconceptions is about the classification of tongue and lip ties. I tell my patients that this is only a descriptor of the placement of the attachments and not like cancer where class 4 is worse than class 1. I may have a child failing to thrive with a class 1 tie or a child that is a picky eater with a class 4 tie and vice versa.

November 2, 2021, 2:32:17 PM

 

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