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ACPA Virtual Mental Health/Psychosocial SIG meeting 11/10/2020
Moderated by chairs: Meredith Albert and Alessia Johns
Attended by: Alyssa Fritz, Shana Boyle, Leanne Magee, Tricia Marik, Claudia Bellucci
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Classifying clefts is important ! We would like to request your participation in our survey regarding the classifications of clefts. We want to make an assessment which classification systems are used by cleft caregivers for classifying ...
If the opening is small and localized as noted through nasopharyngoscopy, pharyngeal augmentation could definitely be considered. ------------------------------ Ann W. Kummer, PhD, CCC-SLP, FASHA Cincinnati Children's Professor of Clinical Pediatrics ...
ACPA awards college scholarships annually to outstanding students born with cleft and craniofacial conditions. Madeline received one of ACPA’s 2020 College Scholarships and hopes to use it toward her ...
From all of us at the American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association, we extend our greatest appreciation to you for your support in the cleft-craniofacial community and we send you our best wishes ...