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Virginia Ingram (she/her/hers)

Speech Therapy

CCC-SLP
(Certificate of Clinical Competence - Speech-Language Pathology)
Virginia Ingram avatar

Virginia Ingram (she/her/hers)

Speech Therapy

CCC-SLP
(Certificate of Clinical Competence - Speech-Language Pathology)

About

Virginia is a digital strategist, communications specialist, and Speech-Language Pathologist who helps those with communication needs interact with those most important to them. With a 20+ year stint at agencies and start-ups, she has focused her career on technology-sparked solutions for business and life while transitioning her digital strategy work into both a clinical and strategic position. Virginia has a passion for designing for the fringe audience, instead of the typical target audience.

Clinically, Virginia specializes in delivering therapy to individuals with gender dysphoria and those who are Deaf or hard of hearing (particularly those who have recently received hearing aids or a cochlear implant). She has a keen interest in teletherapy and improving the digital literacy of all patients. 

She travels as often as her budget allows and has lived in three countries, five states, and with people from 11 different countries.

Languages

English
Spanish

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Background

Education

2017 - 2019

The University of Tennessee Health Science Center

MA/MS in Speech-Language Pathology


1994 - 1998

University of North Carolina At Greensboro

BA in English and Media Studies (TV, Film, Radio)

Professional Associations

The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

From 08/01/2016

Continuing Education Certificates

Apraxia Q & A: Answering Common Questions About Apraxia
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Description

A cross-disciplinary teach-in about Apraxia provided by an SLP and a PT.

Presenter Lexie Gregory MS, CCC-SLP & Megan Pease, LPTA
Duration / credits 60 minutes; CEU 0.1 units; CMH: 1.0 hour
Format Group Learning (Synchronous)
Setting Online/Distance Learning
Instruction level Intermediate
Gender Affirming Voices & Communication
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Description

Course Learning Objectives: Identify voicing subsystems targeted in gender affirming voice & communication therapy. Identify social barriers to voice & communication therapy. Identify at least one therapy technique unique to gender affirming & voice communication therapy.

Presenter Krysten Sears, M.S., CCC-SLP
Duration / credits 60 minutes; CEU 0.1 units; CMH: 1.0 hour
Format Individual/Self-Study (Asynchronous)
Setting Online/Distance Learning
Instruction level Introductory
Gullah Geechee: Cultural Norms and the SLP
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Description

Describe the development of the Gullah Geechee culture and language. Identify appropriate pragmatic responses to their client's cultural norms. List ways that they can improve their response and communication with Gullah Geechee clients.

Presenter Jessica R. Berry, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Duration / credits 60 minutes; CEU 0.1 units; CMH: 1.0 hour
Format Individual/Self-Study (Asynchronous)
Setting Online/Distance Learning
Instruction level Introductory
Jumpstart Your Knowledge: Dysphagia Education and Training In the Digital Age
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Description

Summarize insufficiencies in traditional SLP training in normal and disordered swallowing. Describe current SLP practice patterns and trends related to dysphagia management. Describe proposed learning solutions for improving dysphagia education and training for students and clinicians in the digital age.

Presenter Rinki Varindani Desai M.S., CCC-SLP, CBIS
Duration / credits 60 minutes; CEU 0.1 units; CMH: 1.0 hour
Format Individual/Self-Study (Asynchronous)
Setting Online/Distance Learning
Instruction level Introductory
An Introduction to Health Equity For Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, and Asexual (LGBTQIA+) People
An Introduction to Health Equity For Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, and Asexual (LGBTQIA+) People - image

Description

Transgender, Queer, Intersex, and Asexual (LGBTQIA+) health disparities, demographics, and terminology, as well as key strategies for bringing high-quality care to LGBTQIA+ people at health centers and other health care organizations. Inclusive and effective communication with LGBTQIA+ patients is also addressed. This course was created to meet the 2-hour requirement for LGBTQ cultural competency training for Washington DC healthcare licensees. It also meets the requirement for cultural competency training for Oregon licensees, though it is relevant to professionals in all states.

Presenter Alex Keuroghlian, MD, MPH & Mason Dunn, JD
Duration / credits 120 minutes; CEU 0.2 units; CMH: 2.0 hours
Format Individual/Self-Study (Asynchronous)
Setting Online/Distance Learning
Instruction level Introductory
Introduction to Plagiocephaly & Torticollis
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Description

Please join Whitney Castle as she educates on plagiocephaly and torticollis. Whitney has authored a book: Plagiocephaly and Torticollis: Tips from a Pediatric Physical Therapist (book information located here: https://www.amazon.com/Plagiocephaly-Torticollis-Pediatric-Physical-Therapist/dp/B08WYG54RR) She will present on what is plagiocephaly and torticollis as well as tips and activities to help prevent, detect, and improve the baby's head shape.

Presenter Whitney Castle DPT, PT
Duration / credits 60 minutes; CEU 0.1 units; CMH: 1.0 hour
Format Group Learning (Synchronous)
Setting Online/Distance Learning
Instruction level Introductory
Computer Based Assessments (Q-Global): Tips, Tricks, and Best Practices
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Description

Online training provided by Sidekick Therapy Partners.

Presenter Amanda Cox, MS, CCC-SLP; Ian Quillen, MS, CCC-SLP
Duration / credits 60 minutes; CEU 0.1 units; CMH: 1.0 hour
Format Group Learning (Synchronous)
Setting Online/Distance Learning
Instruction level Introductory
Teletherapy In Early Intervention: A Cross Disciplinary Look
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Presenter Whitney Castle PT, DPT; Pamela Johnson, MS, CCC-SLP; Molly Kincheloe, MS, OTR/L; Eliza Wiseman-Floyd, MS, CF-SLP
Duration / credits 60 minutes; CEU 0.1 units; CMH: 1.0 hour
Format Group Learning (Synchronous)
Setting Online/Distance Learning
Instruction level Intermediate
Cultural and Linguistic Differences
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Presenter Brittany Lyman, M.A., CCC-SLP
Duration / credits 60 minutes; CEU 0.1 units; CMH: 1.0 hour
Format Group Learning (Synchronous)
Setting Online/Distance Learning
Instruction level Introductory
Introduction to PT: A Cross-Disciplinary Overview
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Presenter Cheyenne Allen PT, DPT; Whitney Castle PT, DPT; Jenna Graham PT, DPT
Duration / credits 60 minutes; CEU 0.1 units; CMH: 1.0 hour
Format Group Learning (Synchronous)
Setting Online/Distance Learning
Instruction level Introductory
Size Matters Handwriting Program: Overview
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Presenter Glenna Nave, M.S. OTR/L
Duration / credits 60 minutes; CEU 0.1 units; CMH: 1.0 hour
Format Group Learning (Synchronous)
Setting Online/Distance Learning
Instruction level Introductory

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