Perspectives, SIG 3, Vol. 3, Part 1, 2018
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This Part of Perspectives provides readers with a new framework to
consider voice training to offset vocal fatigue, how to use pathophysiology to
choose therapy techniques, and an explanation of the characteristics of
presbyphonia, along with the use of behavioral intervention to treat and
prevent age-related voice changes.
You will be able
- describe a new
framework from which to consider voice training to offset fatigue
- explain how aging
affects the voice and the basic evidence for using behavioral intervention to
prevent and treat age-related disorders in older adults
- explain the
characteristics of presbyphonia
- summarize how to use
pathophysiology and patient complaints to guide careful selection of voice
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