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Everyday Oral Motor Simulation
The Chew School
Select a diagnosis from the list for information about rare diseases.
Mun-H-Center has been represented at the 23rd iADH congress in Chicago. Speech and language pathologist Åsa Mogren participated with a presentation at the oromotor skills symposium "Orofacial function and oral health".
This publication is intended to provide a theoretical background to oromotor disabilities in children with rare disorders and to suggest practical exercises for stimulating oromotor functions that can be easily integrated in day to day life.
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Mun-H-Center will attend at the International Conference onCerebral Palsy and other Childhood-onset DisabilitiesStockholm 1–4 June 2016t http://eacd2016.org/
A new version of the MHC app is now available
Download or update the latest version of the MHC app for free.
The MHC-app include information about:
- Rare diseases
- Oral care for children
- Familiarisation with dental care
With the help of artist Anders Nyberg MHC can now present the illustrations of children with different diagnoses.So far, there are illustrations for the following diagnoses:Angelmans, Cornelia de Lange, CHARGE, Noonan, Williams, Sotos, Goldenhar, Möbius, myotonic dystrophy type 1, Rubinstein-Taybi, Smith-Mageni, Wolf-Hirschhorn and 22q11 deletion syndrome.
In the product list you will find orofacial assistive devices, for example enlarged grip, that will improve the dental treatment and oral care.
The Mun-H-Center is a Swedish national orofacial centre of rare diseases and a national resource centre for orofacial aids
Videos showing how to help a person with disabilities to move from their wheelchair to the treatment chair.>>>>>>>
Videos showing how to use Tumle Dental cushions. >>>>>>>
The Family program at Ågrenska
Thousand-learning method means practising the same thing over and over again at a number of mini appointments on the same day with breaks in between the mini appointments. The practice sessions are individually adapted and kept short. The aim for the child is to develop a sense of success and of being in control. The aim for the dental team is to enable a dental examine of the child, to make up an individual treatmentplan and to perform regular preventive treatment.
IADH MagazineIADH Magazine
12/18/2014 11:12 AM
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