Events

Nancy is committed to educating the community on the importance of proper oral function and its impact on lifelong health.  She constantly seeks new educational opportunities for her own professional development as well.  Below you will find a list of her speaking engagements and continuing education.

February Events

Pacifiers, Sippy Cups & Your Child Saturday Seminar

Saturday, February 7th 4 pm

At Mommy Fitness – 2527 S 140th Ave Omaha NE 68144

Emerging research shows that dental health is directly related to overall health and well-being.  All the more reason to help our kids get off to a great start!

Join us to celebrate National Children’s Dental Health Month!  Nancy Wehner, BSDH, RDH, COM  from Orofacial Myology of Omaha will join us again this month!  This time we’ll discuss pacifiers, sippy cups, how to help your child develop correct chewing and swallowing habits, and why it matters.

Free and open to the public.  Light refreshments provided.

March Events

Midwest Organization for the Study of Orofacial Myology Advancement (MOSOMA) Annual Membership Meeting

Saturday, March 7th, 2015 8.30 am – 5.00 pm

St. Louis, Missouri

Guest speaker Anne Bedwinek, PH.D-SLP of the Cleft Lip and Craniofacial Deformities Center will speak on Cranofacial Anamolies: Diagnosis and Treatment Modalities.

Past Events

January 2015 Events

Thumb Sucking Matters! Saturday Seminar

Saturday, January 17th 4 pm

Hosted by Mommy Fitness

January is a time for resolution and change.  If you have a child who sucks his/her thumb, it may be on your list of habits to break this year!

Nancy Wehner, BSDH, RDH, COM  from Orofacial Myology of Omaha will join us to answer questions about thumb and finger sucking & discuss the long-term effects it can have on breathing, chewing and swallowing.  Come and learn why thumb sucking matters!

Light refreshments provided.

October 2014 Events

International Affiliation of Tongue-tie Professionals Summit

October 8-11, 2014

Montreal, Quebec

This dynamic and engaging conference features expert researchers and clinicians from across the globe. Our speakers will explore influences of oral restrictions on oral function, posture, speech, airway and other issues throughout an individual’s lifetime, with an emphasis on prevention and interdisciplinary treatment.  The IATP offers cutting edge information that will allow you to deepen your skills and advance your practice.