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Autism Training, ABA Training Education - Special Learning

Special Learning is an expert provider of online ABA Training, Applied Behavior Analysis Training, Autism Training, & RBT Training to teachers, parents & BCBAs

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Difference Between Upper and Lower Motor Neuron - Pediaa.Com

The main difference between upper and lower motor neuron is that upper motor neuron is the motor component of the central nervous system that transmits impulses from the brain to the synapses of the lower motor neurons whereas lower motor neuron is the motor component that connects with the muscles.

Walker Safety Tips for Seniors and Caregivers

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Oral Motor Exercise Print Outs - Bing images

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Preventing Falls Infographic - Harvard Health

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Why/What/How is a Bedside/CSE/3oz water swallow/cranial nerve exam? (Asking for a friend.)

A guide to performing a clinical swallowing exam.

Top 10 Priorities After Lewy Body Dementia Diagnosis - Lewy Body Dementia Canada

These simple things make a huge difference. Act fast after Lewy Body Dementia Diagnosis and do as many of these as possible immediately, however you can.

Quick Cognitive Evaluation for SLPs - for Acute, Rehab, or SNF Settings

This quick cognitive screening evaluation is designed for speech-language pathologists in the medical setting - most likely in acute, rehab, or skilled nursing facilities. SLP grad students in their medical internship or SLPs doing PRN work may also find it useful!This is designed to be used when e...

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Speech Therapy Task Ideas for Treating Attention

SLP treatment/therapy ideas for working on attention skills, including alternating, sustained, divided attention

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Practical Ways to Use a Deck of Cards For Speech Therapy - The Traveling Traveler

Using a deck of cards for speech therapy is great because they are an easy material to carry around. Also, many different ways to use in treatment.

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Cheat Sheet: Functional Treatment for Cognition - Honeycomb Speech Therapy

Hi SLPs! With productivity demands, busy caseloads, full extracurricular lives, or kids interrupting your sleep at night (That’s me, currently!), you might notice that while you attempt to read the current research, it’s not always “sticking” for the moments you need to remember some of the key details. And let’s be honest, we don’t exactly […]

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Using the Allen Cognitive Levels with Older Adults: Part 2

How can the Allen Cognitive Levels help you to provide better treatments for our patients with a cognitive impairment? How can we use this theory to make better discharge planning? How can we help our

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Functional Cognitive Therapy for the SNF - Part 2!

**NEW** Cognitive-Communicaiton Therapy for Adults in the SNF Workbook #2: For adults with aphasia, TBI, encephalopathy, dementia, etc. 30+ additional pages of exercises to target memory, naming, attention, executive function, and problem solving skills to add to Cognitive Therapy in the SNF Workb...

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A Review Of Swallowing Disorders

So why do we ALWAYS seem go to the thickened liquids first? When have we gotten away from trialing compensatory strategies FIRST?

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Don't be a sip, sip, DONE kind of SLP (A Compensatory Strategy Review for Swallowing Disorders Part 1) - Theresa Richard

So why do we ALWAYS seem go to the thickened liquids first? When have we gotten away from trialing compensatory strategies FIRST?


The Dummies Guide to Dysphagia - Dysphagia Ramblings

A big shout-out to Tanya for the inspiration for this blog!!! Education Education is such an important part of not only the dysphagia eval, but also throughout therapy. More than likely the patient/family will have no clue what dysphagia is or that such a condition even exists. Swallowing is an event that you don’t think about. Nobody swallows […]