American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
2013 Dysphagia in Older Adults - Online Conference

Dysphagia in Older Adults

December 4–16, 2013

Attendees raved about this conference when we aired it in May; with a satisfaction rating of 4.69 out of 5, we had to repeat it!

The online conference for SLPs who want to

  • Be the client's partner, not just their clinician
  • Problem-solve the important issues facing this population—including end-of-life care

This special online conference, developed in collaboration with Special Interest Groups 13 and 15, will give you the practical, apply-today skills to manage swallowing disorders in older adults. After attending, you'll be able to:

  • Explain the evidence behind the treatment
  • Ask for and get the patient's consent!
  • Understand the changing norms in swallowing in today's changing patient

Paid registrants: Log in

 

Why Should I Attend?

Challenge yourself to think differently about the best ways to deliver services to older adults with dysphagia.

What Will I Learn?

 

 

ASHA would like to thank the following companies for their generous support:

 

 Smoothe Foods

 

Therabill
BRACCO

 

 

Thick It

 

Home 

Care Nutrition 

 

 Hormel Health Labs

 

Dysphagia Diet

 


Provale cup

 

iCohere

iCohere

Our technology partner
for online courses.

 

Want to learn more about how you can help your clients with dysphagia? Check out some videos from our sponsors. While you're at it, thank them for their generous support of 2013 ASHA Online Conference for Dysphagia in Older Adults!

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Sponsor Video

Videos are displayed on behalf of one of ASHA's online sponsors. ASHA does not endorse or recommend programs, products, or services from external sources.


Sponsor Video

Videos are displayed on behalf of one of ASHA's online sponsors. ASHA does not endorse or recommend programs, products, or services from external sources.

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