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Dysphagia Exercise Packet$9.99 Add to cart
Swallowing is a complex process that involves a number of different muscles and nerves. Dysphagia is a swallowing disorder, individuals may have difficulty swallowing food, liquids, and/or their own saliva. Dysphagia can lead to serious medical conditions such as aspiration pneumonia, dehydration, malnutrition, or other complications. Treatment for dysphagia may include diet modifications, swallowing exercises and maneuvers, compensatory techniques, and postural changes. This document includes easy to read dysphagia exercise handouts for the following eight (8) exercises:
- Shaker Head Lift
- Mendelsohn Maneuver
- Chin Tuck Against Resistance (CTAR)
- Effortful Swallow
- Supraglottic Swallow
- Super Supraglottic Swallow
- Pitch Glide
- Yawn Exercise
Medical SLP Clinical Fellow (CF) BundleRated 4.89 out of 5$14.99 Add to cart
250+ pages. The transition period into a medical setting may be difficult without the appropriate underlying foundational knowledge and resources. This bundle was created by Medical SLPs as an educational guide to smooth the transition into a medical SLP setting. Primarily, this resource is useful for clinical fellows (CFs) and speech therapists transitioning into long-term care, subacute rehabilitation, and/or skilled nursing facilities. This download includes information on procedures and documentation, billing and coding, ready made handouts and in-service resources, a comprehensive goal bank, ideas for functional therapy, and much more.
Table of Contents
Section 1. Knowledge and Considerations
- Documentation Procedures
- Goal Writing
- Common Abbreviations
- SLP Conditions
Section 2. Forms and Evaluation
- Intake Form
- Case History – Functional Assessment
- Screening Forms
- Dysphagia Forms
Section 3. Educational Handouts
- What is a Medical Speech Therapist?
- What is Dysphagia?
- Dysphagia: Signs and Symptoms
- Dysphagia and Oral Care
- Dysphagia and Safe Swallowing Inservice
- Aphasia Differential Diagnosis
- What is Apraxia of Speech?
- What is Dysarthria?
Section 4. Treatment Materials
- Description of everyday objects
- Personal yes/no questions
- WH – questions
- AAC and gesturing
- Functional phrase completion
- Pictures and symbols of everyday objects
- Describing semantic features
- Common object cueing flash cards
- Expanding utterances
- Generative naming
- Matching everyday objects
- Functional daily reading – menus, weather, medication labels
- Biographical and functional writing
- Memory strategies and spaced retrieval
- Everyday sequencing
- Scheduling daily routines
- Printable safety signs
- Additional therapy ideas
- Safe strategies
- Swallowing exercises
Educational Handouts BundleSale!
10 Educational Handouts included in this bundle:
– What is Dysphagia?
– Dysphagia: Signs and Symptoms
– Dysphagia and Oral Care
– Dysphagia and Safe Swallowing
– What is Aphasia?
– Aphasia Differential Diagnosis
– What is Apraxia of Speech?
– What is Dysarthria?
– What is a Medical Speech Therapist?
– Better Speech and Hearing Month Handout
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Dysphagia BundleRated 5.00 out of 5$14.99 Add to cart
A. Informative Handouts
- What is Dysphagia?
- Thickened Liquids
- Signs and Symptoms
- Oral Care
- Safe Swallowing Strategies
- Swallowing Medications
- Environmental Modifications
- Meal Time Cueing
- Evaluation Forms
- Oral Motor Function and Swallow Abilities
- Assessment of Swallow and Diet Texture Analysis
- ST Recommendations and Justification for Skilled Treatment
- MDS and Section K
- ICD-10 Coding Worksheet
C. Patient Recommendations
- Diet Recommendations
- Instrumental Testing
- Kitchen Diet Trial Communication
- Safe Swallow Strategies
- Diet Levels: Suggested Foods
- Food Log
- Aspiration Precautions
- Frazier Free Water Protocol
- Guide: Compensatory, Sensory, Maneuvers, Strengthening, Biofeedback, NMES
- Exercise Tracking Forms
- Printable Exercise Program
- Long and Short- Term Goal Bank
- Documentation Examples
Handout: DysphagiaRated 4.33 out of 5Sale!
What is Dysphagia?
Dysphagia is a swallowing disorder. Dysphagia has many causes and may be temporary or permanent. Treatment varies based on the type of dysphagia, signs and symptoms, etiology, medical history, cognitive function of the individual, as well as other factors.
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