WEBINAR | 10 Strategies to Eliminate Open-Mouth Posture [October 4, 2024][12:00PM – 2:00PM Eastern US/UTC-4]

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 Monica Purdy, MA, CCC-SLP, COM®

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We have all seen it – and once you see it, you can’t “un-see” it! It’s mouth breathing or open mouth posture and either, as speech professionals, are we more aware as we are learning more about this – or are there more people with open mouth posture?

TalkTools Instructor, Monica Purdy, will be looking at what is – and what is not – proper oral resting posture. She will present the latest evidence and research on the impacts of open mouth posture and provide key strategies to move your “mouth breather” clients to “nose breather” – as well as demonstrating proper breathing techniques and exercises – that you can practice yourself!

The participants will be able to:

  1. Identify proper oral resting posture.
  2. Apply 3 strategies to mitigate open mouth posture.
  3. Demonstrate 2 techniques to facilitate proper breathing.
  • 15  minutes  Overview
  • 15  minutes  Module 1
  • 30  minutes  Module 2
  • 30  minutes  Module 3
  • 15  minutes  Case Study
  • 15  minutes  Q&A

NOTE: there may changes to handouts/resources prior to the start of the workshop -- be sure you have reviewed any versions you may have downloaded to make sure you have the latest version

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