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COVID-19 NOTICE

Mealtime Connections is currently providing speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and dietitian evaluations and interventions for existing and new families online via secure Google Meet sessions.

Please contact us with any questions you may have or inquiries on how to set up an appointment.

Randi Morgan, M.A., CCC-SLP, CLC

Randi received a Bachelor of Science degree in Speech Language Pathology from Northern Arizona University and a Master of Science degree in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Iowa. She is currently the supervising speech language pathologist at Mealtime Connections and an Associate Clinical Professor for The University of Arizona. Randi is proficient in Spanish and American Sign Language. Randi has specialized in pediatric feeding, dysphagia, and speech and language skill development for the past 11 years. She has significant experience evaluating and treating medically complex infants, toddlers, and children and developmentally delayed infants, toddlers, and children in hospital, clinic, and home settings. Randi has advanced dysphagia assessment and management training in cervical auscultation and the Frazier Water Protocol. Randi is also certified in the Tscharnuter Akademie for Motor Organization (TAMO) handling technique. Most recently, Randi developed an interest in working with moms and babies with complex breastfeeding concerns, she became a certified lactation counselor in 2015. Randi joined the Mealtime Connections team in 2009 as the “Get Permission” approach to feeding holds true to her core beliefs that children should learn to enjoy and succeed at mealtimes. Randi enjoys spending time outdoors with her family as much as possible, as well as participating in her two favorite local charities, Nourish and MyTeamTriumph Southwest.

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