Dr. Alison Hazelbaker will be teaching class participants how to use the Hazelbaker Assessment Tool for Lingual Frenulum Function (ATLFF) in detail. It is the only evidence-based assessment tool available. The first half of the day is lecture based with the lectures: To Clip or Not To Clip and Using the HATLFF. During the second half of the day class participants have the opportunity to practice their assessments on live babies with Dr. Hazelbaker's guidance. We have volunteer babies whose lingual frenulum range from normal to faux tie to post-revision, etc. This gives class participants an opportunity to differentiate between variations in lingual frenulum.
We keep the class size to a maximum of 10 students so each participant has the opportunity to receive individualized attention during the assessment portion of class. This class typically gets a wait list so we recommend signing up as soon as you know you're able to attend.
This class will be offered a total of 4 times in 2017. Registration for this class will be open in March 2017.
Class fee is $150.
Cancellation Policy: All class tuition fees are due in full at the time of registration. Tuition is non-refundable, but should you need to cancel your attendance in a class, your tuition will be applied to a future class.