Multi-layered Upper Airway Disorders and Chronic Cough Management
Presented by: Maurice Goodwin M.S., CCC-SLP and Teresa Procter M.A., CCC-SLP
February 23rd, 2022
8:30 PM EST / 7:30 PM CST / 6:30 PM MST / 5:30 PM PST
After this webinar, you will be able to…
- Learners listed etiologies for upper airway and chronic cough disorders.
- Learners described irritable larynx syndrome, refractory cough, and inducible laryngeal obstruction.
- Learners identified evidence-based behavioral interventions and listed patient-reported outcome measures used by speech-language pathologists for inducible laryngeal obstruction and chronic cough.
- 8:30 PM -8:40 PM: Introduction
- 8:40 PM- 8:55 PM: Neurolaryngology, Neurosensory, Neurophysiology
- 8:55 PM – 9:15 PM: Clinical Evaluation
- 9:15 PM – 9:30 PM: Intervention
- 9:30 PM – 10:15 PM: Case Studies
- 10:15 PM – 10:30 PM: Q&A
Maurice Goodwin is a licensed and practicing Speech-Language Pathologist, voice teacher, and active performer now living in Houston, TX. Professionally he specializes in the evaluation and treatment of the singing voice and voice disorders at The Texas Voice Center. Following his undergraduate studies in music performance at Shenandoah University, he completed his graduate work in Speech-Language Pathology at the University of Pittsburgh. During his time at the University of Pittsburgh Voice Center, he completed his graduate thesis on the challenges and changes that occur in the voices of elderly adults. His background as a performer and speech-language pathologist led him to complete a fellowship at the University of Wisconsin Voice and Swallow Clinics in the treatment of singers, actors, teachers, and other occupational voice users. He is passionate about vocal health education and the intersections of identity and voice. Maurice is licensed to practice in the state of Texas and holds national certification from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA).
Teresa Procter (she/her) is an ASHA certified and Texas licensed speech-language pathologist specializing in voice and upper airway disorders at the Texas Voice Center, Houston Methodist Hospital ENT Specialists. Teresa holds graduate degrees in voice performance from Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music and in speech-pathology from the University of Houston. She completed her clinical fellowship training at Lakeshore Professional Voice Center in Metro Detroit. Teresa currently serves as Music for Autism’s Texas Program Coordinator and Emcee and is an adjunct professor in the Certificate of Vocology Program at Lamar University, Beaumont, TX. Teresa is an active mentor with Momentum Education Houston, TX, and ASHA’s Student to Empowered Professional Mentoring Program. Research endeavors have included publications and presentations at national and international levels on socio-linguistically diverse voices, acoustic assessments during COVID-19, clinical fellowship opportunities in voice, and post-surgical rehabilitation of the singing voice.
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