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How Can Speech-Language Pathologists Think About Sensation During Swallowing Evaluation and Intervention (2021)
Madhavan, A., & Etter, N. M. (2021). How Can Speech-Language Pathologists Think About Sensation During Swallowing Evaluation and Intervention?. Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups, 1-11.
This article summarizes the clinical focus of considering sensory information throughout the assessment and treatment of swal- lowing. SLPs are aware of the sensory process for safe swallowing function in general, but SLP may not ask direct questions ...
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