You are now viewing our public site. Back to Dashboard

Details

  • video_library

    4 Courses

Maia Nystrum Braden

MS, CCC-SLP

Maia Braden, MS, CCC-SLP, is a speech-language pathologist with eleven years of experience working in voice and voice disorders. She became interested in speech pathology as a singer and earned her MS in Communicative Disorders at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. From there, she completed a clinical fellowship in voice at the Emory Voice Center. She has worked as the pediatric voice manager at the University of Wisconsin Voice and Swallow Clinics at American Family Children's Hospital since 2009. She has published on the topic of pediatric voice disorders and has lectured extensively on the topic in local and national meetings. She has strong clinical and research interests in voice science and voice rehabilitation in children.

verified Learn from Maia Nystrum Braden and 830+ other industry-leading experts.

Browse Plans

Courses with Maia Nystrum Braden

Browse Course Catalog

Pediatric Voice Therapy Part 3: Introduction to Pediatric Voice Therapy

Presented by Maia Nystrum Braden, MS, CCC-SLP

Pediatric Voice Therapy Part 3: Introduction to Pediatric Voice Therapy

Subscribe now, and access clinical education and patient education—anytime, anywhere—with video instruction from recognized industry experts.

Speech-language pathologists in both school and medical settings encounter children with voice disorders and may lack confidence in their knowledge and skills in dealing with this specific population. In part three of this four-course series, we will outline the theoretical and physiologic bases of voice therapy for children with benign lesions. We will discuss child development and discuss how developmental level influences how we make treatment decisions in children with voice disorders. This course will then describe and demonstrate specific approaches to voice therapy and how to adapt these to fit the child's individual needs and level.

View full course details

Pediatric Voice Therapy Part 4: Resonant Voice Therapy for Children

Presented by Maia Nystrum Braden, MS, CCC-SLP

Pediatric Voice Therapy Part 4: Resonant Voice Therapy for Children

Subscribe now, and access clinical education and patient education—anytime, anywhere—with video instruction from recognized industry experts.

Speech-language pathologists in both school and medical settings encounter children with voice disorders and may lack confidence in their knowledge and skills in dealing with this specific population. Resonant voice therapy, also known as voice therapy using forward resonance, is based on well supported physiologic and learning principles and is effective in treating dysphonia in children. While a previous course introduced the approach, part four of this four-course series will provide more in-depth knowledge and training.

View full course details

Pediatric Voice Therapy Part 2: Pediatric Voice Evaluation

Presented by Maia Nystrum Braden, MS, CCC-SLP

Pediatric Voice Therapy Part 2: Pediatric Voice Evaluation

Subscribe now, and access clinical education and patient education—anytime, anywhere—with video instruction from recognized industry experts.

Part two of this four-course series is designed to give participants an overview of the voice evaluation in children. Voice disorders in children are relatively common and frequently underdiagnosed. Many practicing speech-language pathologists report feeling uncomfortable with evaluating children with dysphonia. Participants will learn about the different parts of the voice evaluation, including history, perceptual evaluation, acoustic and aerodynamic evaluation, and laryngeal visualization.

View full course details

Pediatric Voice Therapy Part 1: Introduction to Pediatric Voice Disorders

Presented by Maia Nystrum Braden, MS, CCC-SLP

Pediatric Voice Therapy Part 1: Introduction to Pediatric Voice Disorders

Subscribe now, and access clinical education and patient education—anytime, anywhere—with video instruction from recognized industry experts.

Part one of this four-course series will provide an introduction to pediatric voice disorders. Part one will introduce participants with an overview of normal pediatric anatomy and physiology, pediatric laryngeal development, and voice production. This section will also present information regarding the definition of voice disorders in children, the incidence and prevalence of pediatric voice disorders, and an overview of common etiologies of voice disorders. We will discuss some common misconceptions of pediatric voice disorders and treatment, and the role of the speech pathologist in the identification, evaluation, and treatment of pediatric voice disorders.

View full course details

video_library

Start any course for free!

Get access to the first chapter of all 2600+ courses when you create a free account.

Sign Up for Free

Sign up to get free evidence-based articles, exclusive discounts, and insights from industry-leaders.

Join our newsletter to get the latest updates delivered straight to your inbox.

MedBridge blog posts and emails

Request a Demo

For groups of 5 or more, request a demo to learn about our solution and pricing for your organization. For other questions or support, visit our contact page.