This course will provide an overview of considerations for treatment of pediatric and adolescent vocal athletes, including for treatment of common vocal disorders within this population.
- After this course, participants will be able to identify what constitutes a vocal athlete, and common laryngeal pathologies in vocal athletes.
- After this course, participants will be able to describe the role of the SLP in the multidisciplinary treatment of vocal athletes.
- After this course, participants will be able to identify two direct voice therapy treatment options to remediate vocal injury in pediatric and adolescent vocal athletes.
|5-10 Minutes||Define vocal athlete|
|10-15 Minutes||Incidence & prevalence of vocal injury|
|15-35 Minutes||Common pathologies & treatment options|
|35-45 Minutes||Multidisciplinary management|
|45-55 Minutes||Case Study|
|55-60 Minutes||Summary, Q&A|
Course participation information
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