Island life is nice…but not when it comes to dysphagia.

Over the years, I have witnessed, and experienced, the isolating effect in our field some have deemed the “dysphagia island”. Sometimes self-imposed, sometimes physical location imposed, it can lead to a lack of professional confidence and difficulty coordinating patient care between settings.

Enter the Dysphagia Bites newsletter! Catering to medical SLPs to promote evidence based practices and to foster a community between SLPs across the continuum of care.

Topics include evidence based research applications for assessment and treatment of dysphagia, compensatory strategies and treatment highlights, anatomy/physiology and normal swallowing reviews, and a local SLP feature.

Subscribe to the Dysphagia Bites newsletter and join a community of SLPs providing and building a network of best practices across all care settings.

And save the island time for vacation!

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Sarah Vacha, M.A. CCC-SLP

SuperiorView Swallowing Diagnostics

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