Let’s Get Physical! Basics of Swallowing Exercise Science
Presented by Heather Starmer, MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-S
Clinical Associate Professor, Stanford University
Director of Head and Neck Speech and Swallowing Rehabilitation, Stanford Cancer Center
Originally Broadcast on Thursday, April 6
TAD Talk Description: Rehabilitation of swallowing disorders depends on appropriately designed and implemented therapeutic interventions. In this talk, we will discuss principles of exercise science that should be taken into consideration when planning dysphagia therapy. This talk is geared towards speech-language pathologists, people with dysphagia, their loved ones, and students learning about swallowing disorders.
Meet the Presenter
Heather Starmer, MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-S
Heather Starmer is a Clinical Associate Professor at Stanford University and the Director of Head and Neck Speech and Swallowing Rehabilitation at the Stanford Cancer Center. She is a Board Certified Specialist in Swallowing and Swallowing Disorders. Her focus of clinical and research expertise is the management of swallowing and communication issues associated with head and neck cancer.
CEUs: No ASHA CEUs are offered for this webinar.
Cost: FREE. This webinar has been made free to all registrants thanks to a generous unrestricted educational grant provided by Bracco Diagnostics.