Are you working with a child who has hypernasality? Not sure if you should refer on? In this video, speech-language pathologist Carrie Clark shows you where to turn when you need to refer a child to check out the cause for his/her hypernasality.
Who to Refer to if you Suspect Velopharyngeal Insufficiency
Top Choice: A Speech-Language Pathologist on a craniofacial team (also often referred to as cleft palate teams)
Next Best Choice: Ear-Nose-Throat Doctor (ENT)/Otolaryngologist (even better if they work with an SLP)
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