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$49.00 USD

$39.00 USD

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0.25 ASHA CEUs

Breathing Protocols For Speech-Language Pathology Practice #e300

Presenter: Kaitlyn Shrum, MA, CCC-SLP, QOM

This course will provide a review of the anatomy of respiration, define functional versus dysfunctional breathing, and describe best practices for implementing breathwork into clinical practice. Participants will be able to successfully evaluate clients for dysfunctional breathing and develop a plan of care to improve total health through functional nasal breathing. Course content is applicable for both adult and pediatric populations.... more+

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$49.00 USD

$39.00 USD

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0.25 ASHA CEUs

Mechanical Ventilation: Understanding Settings, In-Line Speaking Valves, And Swallowing #e293

Presenters: multiple expert presenters

This course covers mechanical ventilation, the application of in-line speaking valves, and swallowing interventions for tracheostomized and mechanically ventilated adult patients. Steps for in-line speaking valve application with troubleshooting and ventilator compensation will be discussed. Collaborative conversations between the SLP and Respiratory Therapist will foster a deeper understanding of ventilator compensation and how to contribute appropriately during in-line speaking valve trials.... more+

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$29.00 USD

$23.00 USD

95% rating - reviews

0.1 ASHA CEUs

Dysphagia In Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) – An Under-Recognized Impairment #e290

Presenters: Kendrea Garand, PhD, CScD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S, CBIS, CCRE & Emma Wallace, PhD

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a sleep-related condition in which there is intermittent temporary cessation of airflow during sleep resulting from partial or complete collapse of the pharynx. This course reviews the evidence to provide up-to-date information for clinicians about OSA, its impact on swallowing function, and how best to manage dysphagia in adult patients with OSA.... more+

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$29.00 USD

$23.00 USD

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0.1 ASHA CEUs

Oxygen Therapies And Swallow Considerations #e272

Presenters: Candice Devlin, MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-S & Rory O'Bryan, MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-S

This course reviews various oxygen delivery systems with discussion on how these may impact swallow evaluations and clinical approaches. Risks of aspiration related to respiratory distress and for those with high oxygen requirements is presented. A deep dive of high-flow nasal cannula and the current literature that discusses its potential impact on adult oropharyngeal swallowing is included.... more+

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$179.00 USD

$144.00 USD

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1.1 ASHA CEUs

Medical Speech Pathology Essentials For Dysphagia Practice: Managing Complex Adult Patients With Pulmonary, Digestive And Airway Disorders #e231

Presenter: James L. Coyle, PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S, ASHA Fellow

This course provides essential information on managing complex patients who have multiple diagnoses impacting swallowing function. Discussed will be swallow function and treatment planning as related to body systems, the aging process, and patient diagnostic reports... more+

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$79.00 USD

$63.00 USD

90% rating - reviews

0.4 ASHA CEUs

Core Principles For Respiratory Muscle Training (RMT) #e228

Presenter: Harrison Jones, PhD, CCC-SLP

This course provides the critical background and foundational knowledge for developing and improving clinical RMT programs. Discussed will be anatomy and physiology of the respiratory system, strengths and weaknesses of commonly encountered RMT devices, interpretation of maximum inspiratory pressure (MIP) and maximum expiratory pressure (MEP), and RMT treatment including principles of training.... more+

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$39.00 USD

$31.00 USD

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0.15 ASHA CEUs

Problem Solving Tracheostomy Tubes For The Speech-Language Pathologist #e225

Presenter: Roxann Diez Gross, PhD, CCC-SLP, ASHA Fellow

Learn to problem solve a range of conditions that may occur when working with patients who have indwelling tracheostomy tubes. Problem scenarios are presented along with solutions. Learn to identify symptoms that could indicate a patient may benefit from a different type of tracheostomy tube. Discussed will be tube variables such as tube angle, length, flexibility, and neck plate configuration. ... more+

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$74.00 USD

$59.00 USD

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0.35 ASHA CEUs

Diagnosis To Treatment Of Paradoxical Vocal Fold Motion And Chronic Cough #e169

Presenter: Sherri K. Zelazny, MA, RSLP, CCC-SLP

PVFM and Chronic Cough challenge the SLP and allow for a dynamic role in the evaluation and treatment of functional laryngeal airway disorders. This course will review evidence-based practice and application. Provides guidance in case history intake, differential diagnosis, and treatment of PVFM and Chronic Cough. Includes endoscopy samples and case studies. ... more+

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$79.00 USD

$63.00 USD

87% rating - reviews

0.4 ASHA CEUs

Examining The Damaging Effects That Mouth Breathing And Excessive Breathing Have On Speech Production And Oral/Facial Structures #e129

Presenter: Patrick McKeown, MA

Presents new information on the importance of nasal breathing. Learn why nasal breathing and correct resting tongue posture are imperative for normal development of the teeth, jaw and face. Learn about the damaging effects of mouth breathing, and learn methods to reestablish healthy nasal and diaphragmatic breathing patterns.... more+

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$29.00 USD

$23.00 USD

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0.1 ASHA CEUs

Dysphagia: Integrating Respiration And Deglutition #e103

Presenter: Bonnie Martin-Harris, PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S, ASHA Honors

This course addresses the mechanistic, anatomical and functional relationships of the human upper aerodigestive tract. A line of research derived directly from the needs of patients will highlight the interactions of respiration and swallowing. Normal and impairment models of respiratory-swallowing coordination will be reviewed as a foundation for the development of novel therapies that directly target respiratory-swallowing coordination during swallowing rehabilitation.... more+

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$44.00 USD

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0.2 ASHA CEUs

Swallowing Difficulties After Total Laryngectomy #e307

Presenter: Paula Sullivan, MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-S

This course will provide participants with a thorough understanding of the surgical management of laryngeal cancer, etiologies of dysphagia, clinical and instrumental assessment during the pre- and post-operative periods, and methods of interventions. Additionally, participants will view a comprehensive library of post-laryngectomy radiographic images and case studies.... more+

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$39.00 USD

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0.15 ASHA CEUs

Integrating Mindfulness Techniques Into Pediatric Speech-Language Pathology #e249

Presenters: Jennifer Llado, MS, CCC-SLP & Brenda Lovette, MS, CCC-SLP

This course will explore the use of meditation and mindfulness practices for the direct application to pediatric speech-language pathology. Specific techniques will be discussed and demonstrated for integration into clinical practice. ... more+

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$39.00 USD

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0.15 ASHA CEUs

Rationale For Meditation Techniques In Speech-Language Pathology Practice #e186

Presenters: Jennifer Llado, MS, CCC-SLP & Brenda Lovette, MS, CCC-SLP

There is increasing scientific evidence that meditation and breath work practices have the potential to improve brain function. This course will discuss evidence-based ways to incorporate mindfulness practices into speech, language, cognitive and voice therapy for the adult population. This course will also discuss practical applications including documentation.... more+

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$109.00 USD

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0.7 ASHA CEUs

Prevention Of Feeding, Speech, And Mouth Development Problems: Birth To Age 2 #e156

Presenter: Diane Bahr, MS, CCC-SLP, CIMI

This course presents strategies to help establish solid foundations for the development of normal speech and feeding behavior for young children ages birth to 2 years. Participants will learn how to keep babies and young children on track to prevent or reduce life-long feeding, speech, and mouth development problems.... more+

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