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Hosted by Hallie Bulkin, a Certified Orofacial Myologist, Feeding Specialist and Speech Therapist, The Untethered Podcast will focus on the latest research and clinical evidence in the Myo, TOTs, Airway space. Produced with both providers and parents in mind, episodes will include interviews with experts, personal stories from parents, and Q&A from our listeners. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Welcome to the All About Kids Podcast brought to you by All About Kids (@aaakcares), the leading provider of children’s therapeutic and educational services in New York. This podcast will dive deep into discussions on children’s developmental needs and the stories of parents and other adults who have dealt with developmental disorders. Each conversation on this show is an extension of our mission: to create a world where all children have access to intervention allowing them to live a full a ...
 
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Navigating the world of special education, communication delays and learning differences can be a challenge. Tune in twice a month to hear Stephanie Landis and Meredith Krimmel, two speech-language pathologists at The Parish School in Houston, Texas interview guests from parents to industry professionals with the goal of providing guidance, insight and hope to those touched by children who are differently wired. Each episode will cover a different topic related to education or child developm ...
 
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In this episode, Hallie talks with Marielly Mitchell, OTD, OTR/L, SIPT, SWC all about an occupational therapist's approach and journey into orofacial myofunctional therapy. Marielly talks about the importance of the connection between sensory processing, cranial nerve integration and orofacial myofunctional therapy. They also discuss the importance…
 
In this episode, Hallie discusses why some children take large bites or overstuff their mouths when eating. Hallie explains the oral motor, orofacial myofunctional and sensory components behind why overstuffing happens. This episode also dives into tethered oral tissues and their impact on bolus size, chewing and initiating a swallow. Please click …
 
This time, I sit down with Jennifer Cody, an occupational therapist with over a decade of experience, and the OT & PT Supervisor at All About Kids. This is episode is the second of a two-part series on sensory diets. In this episode, Jenn walks me through how to implement sensory diets in an increasingly digital world, what to do if you are in need…
 
In this episode, Hallie discusses children birth to 4 years old who present with oral motor and feeding difficulties. Hallie shares her “feeding with a twist of myo” approach. She brings you an infant case study: an 8 month old with feeding difficulties and takes you through the case history and specific oral motor deficits discovered. Hallie discu…
 
In this episode, Hallie brings you the highly requested case study! And this case is UNIQUE. The 10-year old was not appropriate for a lip closure goal, which we know is the cornerstone of correct oral rest posture. So what do you do when you cannot yet work on lips together at rest? Listen to find out what Hallie recommended. Please click here to …
 
In this episode, Hallie talks about Allergic Rhinitis, Allergic Shiners and The Allergic Salute and how we as health care practitioners can help! Hallie discusses the importance of looking beneath the surface to help determine the cause of the issue and how myofunctional therapists need to identify and refer these cases to the proper professional f…
 
In this episode, Hallie has the opportunity to chat with Dr. Michael Gelb and Jen Kirkham of the TAO Method. Highlighted in this discussion on Airway Centric ® Dentistry is the need for nasal breathing, early intervention, and collaborative care and education. Hallie will be joining a panel as well as presenting on F.A.S.T. Myo Screening with sever…
 
In this episode, Hallie talks with The TMJ Doctor, Dr. Priya Mistry, about all things TMJ/D. They discuss TMJ/D symptoms, considerations for patients with undergoing orofacial myofunctional therapy and helping patients gain relief from chronic TMJ/D, head and neck pain. Highlighted is the importance of taking an individualized approach and working …
 
In this episode, Hallie walks you through a myofunctional therapy case from evaluation to treatment planning. Hallie discusses what to look for when gathering case history, questions to ask after reading through a patient's intake and how to gather further information during the evaluation. Also discussed are signs and symptoms and what they may in…
 
In this episode, Hallie talks about the connection between TOTs, Pediatric Feeding & OMDs. Hallie discusses symptoms of both Ankyloglossia (Tongue Tie) and Aklyolabia (Lip Tie) and how this can negatively impact a child. Hallie discusses how it’s critical to understand there exists an absolute connection between pediatric feeding, TOTs and Myo, but…
 
In this episode, Hallie talks with Tara Erson, DMD, IBCLC about understanding the effects of dysfunction in utero, “normal” versus “common” in breastfeeding and the tongue's effect on jaw/face/airway development. They discuss the importance of function when talking about tethered oral tissues and how a tongue-tie release is not a stand-alone soluti…
 
In this episode of All About Kids, Zach talks with Jennifer Cody about the long-overdue buzz around the importance of sensory processing. Increasingly parents and teachers are recognizing the powerful impacts of environmental feedback, which is exciting for occupational therapists like Jenn, who is also a supervisor at AAK. She has devoted her care…
 
In this episode Hallie discusses the transition from breast/bottle to open cups and straw cups. She highlights why sippy cups and 360 cups are harmful to orofacial development and thus should be skipped! The Evidence Based Practice debate is discussed along with suggestions for which cups to try! Please click here to download the show notes. For mo…
 
In this episode, Hallie talks about how to become a pediatric feeding therapist. Hallie discusses Feed the PedsTM as well as three elements that are essential to take someone from SLP or OT to a confident and competent feeding therapist… Listen to find out what three things MUST be in place to step into this desired role for yourself! Please click …
 
In this episode of all about kids, Zach talks with Jerry Rothwell, a documentary filmmaker who has made films like Town of Runners, How To Change the World, Heavy Load, and most recently, The Reason I Jump, inspired by the writings of a young non-speaking autistic boy. The film centers around the central question of the author, Naoki Higashida, ‘co…
 
In this episode, Hallie talks all about pacifiers. Hallie highlights that orthodontic pacifiers are NOT a thing (hello, false marketing)! She discusses the purpose of pacifiers, pros/cons to using them, the ideal pacifier and when to wean. Please click here to download the show notes. For more episodes visit www.untetheredpodcast.com See acast.com/…
 
In this episode, Hallie talks with Ryan P. Robinson, DDS, DABCP, DABCDSM, DABDSM, QOM-D about his journey into the TMD and Airway world. They talk about Dr. Robinson’s Pain and Sleep Therapy Center where he specializes in treating patients who suffer from TMD, Craniofacial Pain and Sleep Problems. Dr. Robinson discusses the importance of building a…
 
In this episode, Hallie talks with Emma Cooksey about her journey with undiagnosed sleep apnea. She shares her major wake up call and the efforts she went through to find providers to help her address her undiagnosed sleep apnea. Emma shares that myofunctional therapy and a frenectomy have improved her sleep. She highlights the importance of underg…
 
In this episode, Hallie talks with Amey Fields RN, IBCLC about tethered oral tissues (aka oral ties). Amey discusses how she categorizes oral ties into 3 categories: The Easy Peasy oral ties presentation, The Fat, Farty and Fussy oral ties presentation and The Sneaky oral ties presentation. Lastly, they discuss how to support families who do not wa…
 
In this episode, Hallie talks with Jasmine R. Elmore, DDS, CSOM, PDBSc about her journey as an adult with an orofacial myofunctional disorder and the symptoms she experienced as a child. Jasmine talks about the impact this has had on her life and how it led her to niche down in her treatment approach as a dentist. Please click here to download the …
 
In this episode, Hallie discusses her very own case study and takes you from infancy through adulthood! Hallie shares the symptoms she experiences growing up, including those in her college years, which led her to finally seek out treatment as an adult. She shares her journey through traditional orthodontic work as a child, to orthodontic relapse i…
 
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 h…
 
In this episode, Hallie talks with Sipporah Tracer, MS OTR/L, IBCLC about TOTs from the perspective of an Occupational Therapist and International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC). They discuss Sipporah's journey into the OT/IBCLC space and how the fusion of these two professions allows Sipporah to provide a comprehensive model of care …
 
In this episode, Hallie talks with Mariah Woody, OTR/L all about Craniosacral therapy (CST). They discuss the importance of using light touch and how effective a gentle technique is versus deep pressure/massage. Mariah highlights that CST can benefit all of us from infancy through adulthood and the role CST plays in tethered oral tissues (TOTs), sp…
 
In this episode, Hallie talks with Taylor Kulik, OTR/L, a Sleep & Wellbeing Specialist. They discuss biological sleep, what is normal and how society gets it all wrong. They also discuss red flags and signs to look out for that can be impacting a child's sleep. Taylor highlights how bed-sharing can be done safely and how parents can optimize their …
 
In this episode, Hallie talks with Natasha (“Tash”) on the importance of sleep in our little ones. They discuss the different approaches, including behavioral and holistic approaches to sleep in infancy and early childhood. They highlight the importance of discussing airway and TOTs when sleep training a baby. Please click here to download the show…
 
Do mornings with your young children often feel hectic? Does starting the day with TV or iPad games set the wrong tone for the rest of your day? Beth from the website Days with Grey has a solution: start the day with simple, intentional, play-based learning activities! In this episode of Unbabbled, Beth, a teacher turned stay-at-home mom turned bus…
 
In this episode Hallie and Michelle discuss how they entered the tethered oral tissues (TOTs) world. Both are SLP Moms to children with a history of TOTs. As such they discuss the importance of stopping the guilt and shaming around reattachment of TOTs; especially when you're in the field! They discuss personal stories, recognizing reattachment, re…
 
In this episode, Hallie talks with Amber, another awesome SLP Mom! They share personal experiences with TOTs and Amber discusses her journey with each of her kids. They discuss the importance of advocating for your child, red flags to look out for, and the importance of looking at the WHOLE picture. They highlight the importance of a team approach …
 
In this episode, Hallie talks with Lynette Beard RNBN, IBCLC, and Lindsay Knutson MA, CCC-SLP on the importance of interprofessional collaboration. They discuss how they both got into the tethered oral tissues (TOTs) space and how they now collaborate on patient cases. Further, they share how they created a local committee and a conference to colla…
 
In this episode, Hallie talks with Theresa Richard, M.A., CCC-SLP, BCS-S about her own struggles and victories with therapies for her son with special needs. As a special needs mom, Theresa shares tips for therapists AND for parents seeking top-notch therapists for their children. Highlighted in their chat is the importance of therapists being comp…
 
Do you ever wonder why your child with ADHD has trouble getting started on chores or homework? Have you noticed that they get off track when following seemingly simple instructions? Or does preparing to leave your house in the morning often feel chaotic? Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Kimberly Harrison discusses why individuals with ADHD operate differ…
 
In this episode, Hallie talks with Dr. Ben Miraglia DDS, about the importance of early intervention to prevent sleep disordered breathing and malocclusion. Dr. Miraglia discusses the importance of foundation first, teeth later and how we need to address the root cause, which is often the jaw. They also discuss the age of when to intervene and the i…
 
This special episode was recorded in February 2020 at the Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s (TSHA) Annual Convention in Houston, and is being released in conjunction with the 2021 Virtual TSHA Convention. In this episode, we speak with Meredith Poore Harold, PhD, CCC-SLP, about the importance of evidence-based practice, barriers clinician…
 
In this episode, Hallie talks with Danelle Augustine, M.A., CCC-SLP, CALT, CBS about burnout in the SLP field. They discuss everything from finances and failures to fearless living. Hallie and Danni give tips on how to better yourself in your career and life. They highlight that we are all being judged all the time, positive and negative and that w…
 
Mompreneur Julie Friedman joins us this episode to discuss her journey to bringing sensory-based play into her home. Julie is the owner and founder of Young, Wild & Friedman, a Houston-based company that ships sensory play kits worldwide. She shares her inspiration for starting her business and gives a first-hand account of how sensory-based play h…
 
In this episode, Hallie talks with Mallory Millet SLP MS, CCC-SLP, CIMI-II, who is the founder and creator of The Feeding Mom. Mallory discusses her passion behind creating the feeding mom and gives tips on supporting bottle feeding and oral play from birth. Please click here to download the show notes. For more episodes visit www.untetheredpodcast…
 
In this episode, Hallie talks with Autumn R. Henning about bullying in the professional world. They discuss experiences they have had as well as behaviors they often observe in bullies they have encountered. They discuss what often prompts bullies to act the way they do and how to stand in your power if you find yourself on the receiving end of bul…
 
In this episode, Hallie discusses everything you need to know about how to join the FREE training to screen your first Myo patient! Hallie discusses the 4 pillars of The Myo Membership. Each month in the membership you will get 2.0 CEUs as well as a virtual study club, research reviews, and business/marketing training. For more information go to ww…
 
Licensed professional counselor, Amanda Armbruster, provides advice for supporting children’s social and emotional development at home. Hear meaningful tips to help children through everyday challenges, including how to navigate big emotions in public places, how to deal with low impulse control, what to do when you feel your child “knows better,” …
 
In this Episode, Hallie discusses what she has learned from Failing...and she shares an example of failure from each season of life (college, first job, and first attempt at an online business). Social media tends to highlight successes but its important to Hallie that she be transparent and 100% real with you all because she has also had plenty of…
 
In this episode, Hallie talks with Sabrina Rebollar, an SLP who puts her heart and soul into her work. Living in rural Texas, Sabrina learned first hand as a mom of a child with a tongue-tie, how hard it can be to get your child the services they need most. Sabrina has started her own private practice with the intent to work with families as they e…
 
Reading specialist, Jordan Boyce, shares practical, easy and fun ideas that parents can do at home to support their elementary-aged child’s (ages 5-9) learning. Throughout the episode, Jordan provides hands-on, engaging activities to support a child’s developing reading and math skills using materials most families already have on-hand, like Legos,…
 
In this episode, Hallie talks about how the Untethered Podcast has grown and evolved over the first 100 episodes. Hallie highlights the top 10 most listened to episodes, discusses the movement to elevate colleagues, and even touches on the great EBP debate. Please click here to download the show notes. For more episodes visit www.untetheredpodcast.…
 
In this episode, Hallie talks with Brittny Sciarra, an RDH and Certified Orofacial Myologist. In Brittny’s practice, she takes a passionate and optimistic approach in preventing and treating the causes of orofacial myofunctional disorders, getting to the root of the problem, instead of merely treating the symptoms. Hallie and Brittney discuss why h…
 
In this episode, Hallie talks with Lori Caplan-Colon about her approach to treating pediatric feeding disorders. Lori highlights the importance of looking at each child holistically including the child's sensory system, motor skills, medical history, and any behaviors. They talk about the importance of educating families on carryover at home as wel…
 
In this episode, Hallie discusses everything you need to know about her 12-week online course: Feed The peds! You will learn about what is taught in the 12 weekly modules and how this course is flipping the industry on its head! This is the grad school level course that you need but never received! The 12-week course is approved for 4.05 ASHA and A…
 
Elementary teacher Wendy Garza, Wendy provides a variety of simple, engaging and practical activities parents can do at home with their tween (kids ages 9-12) to support their academic learning. tips on using children’s interests to drive fun inquiry-based learning projects, provides methods for engaging children when practicing reading, and discus…
 
In this episode, Hallie discusses how to screen for pediatric feeding disorders using her screener. Hallie will be doing a live free training on Feb 1st-5th! Attend the training and receive 5 free hours of continuing education. Please click here to download the show notes. For more episodes visit www.untetheredpodcast.com See acast.com/privacy for …
 
In this episode of all about kids, Zach talks with Faye Miah, a speech-language pathologist whose path to helping kids is both unusual and inspiring. A native of Vietnam, she was first exposed to the world of speech rehabilitation through annual visits to her hometown by Operation Smile, an international nonprofit that provides a range of surgeries…
 
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