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Faces of Dysphagia 2018

Meet our 2018 Faces of Dysphagia

June is recognized as National Dysphagia Awareness Month. The following photos show our brave volunteers: patients, families, and caregivers who don’t let dysphagia hold them back.

Thank you to our volunteers and generous donors who sponsored our social media campaign to help raise funds for dysphagia advocacy, support, education, and research!

 

 


 

 


 

 


 

 


 

 


 

 


 

 


 

 


 

 


 

 



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Tongue Strengthening Devices for Dysphagia Rehabilitation

[Editor’s Note: The NFOSD’s intent in publishing this material is to provide the dysphagia community with information about treatment options; it is not an endorsement of the products, companies, or therapy approaches. This content is provided for informational purposes only and should not be used as a substitute for consultation with an appropriate health care professional, as each individual’s medical situation is unique. It is important that you consult with your medical professional (e.g., physician, SLP) prior to implementing any course of treatment.]

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Dysphagia in the News: Hard to Swallow

The Spring 2018 online publication of the Pittsburgh Quarterly featured an article titled, “Hard to Swallow,” focusing on the prevalence of dysphagia and its treatment options. The article emphasizes the important role that speech-language pathologists have in treating patients diagnosed with dysphagia and outlines novel assessment approaches under investigation by researchers, including Dr. James Coyle.

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Webinar Recording: International Dysphagia Diet Standardisation Initiative



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Essential History: From My Mom, To the World

By Diane Wolff

I am an author who gave up the writing life in the big city to return to the family and take care of my mother. The late, great Cathie G was one of a kind: energetic, spunky and independent. She had a great sense of humor and she ruled her children with an iron hand. She was a great mom for me and when she asked me to take care of her, I could not refuse. continue reading →