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A Closer Look at Down Syndrome and Dysphagia

Course Number
1445
Price
29.99
Overview

Presenter:
  Michelle Dawson,  MS CCC-SLP
When addressing feeding and swallowing concerns with an infant, toddler, or young child who has Down Syndrome, professionals and caregivers should be aware of some common anatomical considerations that can impede their little one’s progress towards being a successful eater and drinker.  This 60 min course will explain signs and symptoms of common anatomical concerns that negatively impact this unique populations ability for PO, some of the more frequently occurring disorders/diagnoses, and when these patients should be referred to other professionals.

Objective

Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to:

  • List and describe 3 anatomical/structural considerations for pts with DS 
  • List and describe 3 concomitant disorders and diagnoses for pts with DS 
  • List and describe 3 potential referrals that an SLP could make for an individual with DS
Additional Information


This course is offered for 0.1 ASHA CEUs (Introductory Level, Professional Area)


Course Timeline: 

20 minutes:  Introductions and Anatomy: Review anatomical and structural variations and discuss "Grand Canyon Theory" 

20 minutes: Concomitant Disorders: Define and explore concomitant disorders/diagnoses and how they can lead to Oropharyngeal Dysphagia

15 minutes: Referral Process: Explanation of what warrants a referral and how to proceed/make a referral 


5 minutes:  Questions and Adjourn 


Disclosure Statement: 
Financial: Michelle Dawson is a speaker for Video Continuing Education and receive royalty payments.
Non Financial:  No relevant nonfinancial relationship exists 


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