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Plan to attend Shaker Pediatric Swallowing and Feeding Seminar

Want to enhance your problem-solving and skills with completing a differential for your pediatric feeding/swallowing patients?
Join us for Pediatric Swallowing and Feeding: The Essentials in 2015! 173 more words

Continuing Education For Speech Pathologists

What is Dysphagia

What is dysphagia?

 Dysphagia is difficulty swallowing, which can affect any phase of the swallow.  The swallow is broken down into phases, including the oral anticipatory, oral pharyngeal and esophageal. 921 more words

Dysphagia

A Day in the Life of a Speech Pathologist

“My mission in life is to help as many people as possible with speaking, reading and confidence.”

Good morning,

It’s time to grab some breakfast: multigrain toast with scrambled eggs. 359 more words

What Is Accent Reduction?

When most people think of speech-language pathologists, they think of working with people who stutter, or have a speech impediment, or some other sort of communication disorder. 348 more words

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Speech Therapist Megan DePuy Helps People With Parkinson’s Disease Find an “Ah Ha” Moment

February 12, 2015 | by Darcy Blake  “When people with Parkinson’s Disease realize they have the power to improve their speech, swallow, and language function, there is an “ah ha” moment and progress begins immediately,” said… 514 more words

Exercise

Visual Timer App for Understanding Time Duration

The Skinny: This is a nice, simple visual timer system for kids to see how much longer they need to work on a task and get a break, or even as simple as how long it takes to bake the cookies.   27 more words

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Stranded on a desert island

“If you could do anything tomorrow, what would you do?”

“Skiing,” said the mechanical voice of my son’s voice output program.

“If you won the lottery, what would you buy?” 221 more words