Advance your knowledge of medical conditions and age-related changes in swallowing and nutrition that impact older adults by participating in our in-depth online conference.
Sharpen your problem-solving skills for ethical and management issues specific to older adults, including effective use of feeding tubes and how the digestive system works. Get practical guidance on optimizing swallowing for patients with dementia, addressing diseases of aging, understanding the changing physiology in older adults, and improving end-of-life care.
Learn a range of new, evidence-based strategies to improve overall quality of life for older adults.
We estimate that you'll be able to earn as many as 28.5 instructional hours for this event. (The number of hours you earn is based on the number of sessions you complete and chats you attend.)
The content in this online conference "updates what we know about changes in human function over the life span and expands upon important concepts regarding patient choice and the ethics of clinical decision-making when working with older adults. It enables clinicians to look at the broader picture when attributing actual, and not just perceived, risk in complex older patients." —James Coyle, PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S
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