Neuroprotective Care in the NICU: Touching the Brain…for a Lifetime – Replay Webinar

Presented by: Ramya Kumar M.S., CCC-SLP, BCS-S, CNT, NTMTC

Start Date: 09/01/2019 | End Date: 05/01/2024

After this webinar, you will be able to…

  • Identify stages of preterm development and its impact on skill progression, common behaviors and stress signals displayed by preterm infants, and strategies to support this.

  • Identify necessary components of infant development that indicate a readiness to begin and sustain oral feeding

  • Describe feeding techniques that support infant directed progression of care


  • 0-15 minutes:        Introduction

  • 15-60 minutes:      Foundations for neurodevelopmental care in the NICU; supporting development in the extrauterine environment

  • 60-105 minutes:    Foundation for feeding success in the NICU; stages of development, feeding techniques, problem solving

  • 105-120 minutes:  Wrap up and Questions

This program is offered for 0.2 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate level, Professional area)

Speaker Information

Ramya Kumar will receive an honorarium for this webinar from Mobile Dysphagia Diagnostics. 
No relevant non-financial disclosures.

Additional Info and FAQ:

Can I get continuing education for this webinar?  

After watching the webinar, you will need to pass a short quiz with at least 80% accuracy to obtain credit for your participation. The link to the quiz will be emailed to you. Once completed, we will email you a certificate of completion within 48 hours.  You have 14 days to complete the test.

If you’d like to earn ASHA CEUs for the presentation, we can report your completion to ASHA. ASHA CEUs are awarded to those that meet eligibility criteria by the ASHA CE Registry upon receipt of the ASHA CEU Participant Form from the ASHA Approved CE Provider.

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Who is this webinar appropriate for?  

The target audience for this webinar is licensed speech-language pathologists. There are no prerequisite skills or knowledge needed beyond the basic speech-language pathology training and licensing.

What if I need special accommodations?  

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