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Med SLP Bundle: Stages of the Swallow

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    This bundle comes with 5 resources for speech-language pathologists working with people who have dysphagia. Each resource focuses on a different phase of the swallow. This bundle contains these resources:

    • Oral Prep and Oral Stages of the Swallow
      This resource is designed for speech-language pathologists addressing dysphagia and describes the oral components of normal swallowing in adults.
    • Swallow Initiation
      Just how exactly is the swallow triggered? This handout describes the oral and pharyngeal sequences involved in a successful swallow. The handout also discusses swallow delay as well as how speech therapy can improve swallow initiation and reduce the risk of dysphagia and associated aspiration.
    • Disorders of the Pharyngeal Stage of Swallowing
      In order to create goals and a plan of care, speech-language pathologists must understand the reasoning behind the disorders that they see. This handout provides a table of disorders that may be observed during the pharyngeal stage of swallowing during an objective swallowing evaluation, the cause behind those observations, and more information related to each disorder.
    • The Pharyngeal Phase of the Swallow
      This material describes the pharyngeal components of normal swallowing in adults. Broken down piece by piece and taking up 2 pages, every detail of the anatomy and physiology of this enormously important and very fast phase of the swallow is explained.
    • The Esophagus and the Speech-Language Pathologist
      This material describes a speech-language pathologist’s role in screening for/being a part of a multidisciplinary team to treat esophageal dysphagia.

    Tech specs: Digital download. 8 pages + cover page. 8.5 x 11 inches. PDF format. 34 MB.


    Digital download. Buy once, use forever: Once purchased, you may save to your computer and print as many times as needed for the lifetime of your clinical practice.

    Color hard copies are $20. Free shipping within the U.S.



    Tech tips

    • PDFs are not easily opened, saved, or manipulated on phones or tablets. We recommend only downloading on a computer after purchase.
    • Digital download links will be available after payment on the checkout page and in your order confirmation via email.
    • You will have 5 download attempts over 1 month to access the file.
    • Only the purchaser may access and use the file for their own clinical practice.

    Terms of Use
    It is ok to:
    • Share a printed copy of this resource with a patient/client, their family members and friends, and non-SLP/OT/PT related staff such as nursing, home healthcare providers, physicians, CNAs, social services, dietitians, activities teams, teachers, caregivers, etc.
    • Digitally share the file via online, secure, HIPAA-compliant teletherapy software platforms to any of the people listed in the above point in the context of teletherapy.
    It is not ok to:
    • Share any digital copy with clients outside of the context of teletherapy.
    • Store these files in any publicly accessible online storage system, such as a shared Google drive or other online storage service.
    • Share these files with other SLP/OT/PT related colleagues or friends. Please refer, don’t share.

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