Partnering with Families:
A Family-Centered Approach to Therapy

This course focused on the principles of family-centered care and caregiver coaching. It discusses how to implement steps and the benefits of family-centered care. Additionally, this course discusses how to establish boundaries with families and a what the literature tells us about caregiver coaching. It concludes with case study examples to support implementation of knowledge.

Bio:

Karli Goebel, M.S, CCC-SLP, received her undergraduate degree in Communication Disorders from Stockton College and her masters in Speech Language Pathology from Monmouth University. Her career has been focused on pediatrics, specializing early childhood development in the 0-3 population. She is co-founder of Milestones Pediatrics with Lauren Bryant, a family owned business, focusing on partnering with local families to educate and optimize child development. She is in the process of studying her for her CLC certification and is SOS Feeding Trained. She is continuing with program to become SOS certified. She is an aunt, dog mom, and loves anything that fosters creativity . She is currently in the early stages of writing a book focusing on empowering women and sharing their experiences.

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Karli Goebel MS, CCC-SLP
Lauren Bryant, PT, DPT

Bio:

Lauren Bryant, PT, DPT received her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology from the University of Maryland and her doctorate in Physical Therapy from Rutgers University. She has focused her career on pediatrics, with experience in inpatient, outpatient, NICU, and Early Intervention. With continued experience, she learned that her passion was in infant and early childhood provision of care and began Milestones Pediatrics with Karli Goebel, focusing on partnering with local families to optimize child development. Lauren is currently studying for her CLC certification and in the fall will begin studying for her functional medicine certification. She is a mother of 4 young children and likes to be outdoors with them, playing, exploring, and gardening.

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Learner Outcomes:

1. Define the principles of family centered care and family coaching.

2. List the five steps of family coaching

3. Identify the benefits of implementing family-centered care

4. State 2 examples of how to set boundaries with families when utilizing family-centered care

5. Discuss opportunities to implement family centered care in real-world case examples

Financial and Non-Financial Disclosures:

Financial: Lauren received a speaking fee from Pediatric Feeding Therapy, LLC for this presentation. She is co-owner of Milestones Pediatrics.

Non-Financial: None to disclose.

 

Financial: Karli received a speaking fee from Pediatric Feeding Therapy, LLC for this presentation. She is co-owner of Milestones Pediatrics.

Non-Financial: None to disclose.

Time-Ordered Agenda

0:00 - 22:05 Introduction and What is Family-Centered Care?

22:05 - 40:20 When and How to Use

40:20 - 48:45 Setting Boundaries

48:45 - 58:00 Review of the Literature

58:00 - 1:17:25 Case Studies

 

How to get ASHA CEUs:

-Watch Pre-recorded course in its entirety

-Complete 5 question post-quiz scoring 80% or higher

(you can retake the quiz)

-Make sure name, e-mail, address, and ASHA

number are correct in Thinkific account

 

*ASHA CEU option begins 8/7/2021

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