Welcome to STEP Swallowing Symposium 2020
Don’t Half-ASSess It: Re-assessing Swallowing Assessment
Let Them Eat Cake: Diet Modification in Dysphagia Management
ExASPIRATING: How Much Does Aspiration Even Matter?
WERK WERK WERK: Rehabilitation v/s Compensation
If the Shoe Fits, Wear It: Device-Driven Swallowing Therapy
Mirror Mirror on the Wall: Will Biofeedback Help Them All?
Do All Settings Matter? SLP Roles Across the Continuum of Care
CYA: Documentation in Dysphagia Management
2 Legit 2 Quit: Lifelong Learning and Training in Swallowing
I Just Called to Say… How Are You: All About Telehealth
Myth-understandings and Top Takeaways: What Have We Learned?
ASHA CEU Information
Pricing: $100 for 11 hours of continuing education (1.1 ASHA CEUs). This is a one-time purchase course. Once purchased, there is no time limit by which the course needs to be completed. We always encourage students and clinicians to learn at their own pace.
About: STEP Swallowing Symposium is a high-quality virtual meeting, offering 1.1 ASHA CEUs to speech-language pathologists, to further advance their understanding of swallowing and swallowing disorders. The sessions will foster credible debate, provoke discourse and elevate discussions surrounding issues in adult dysphagia management, across the continuum of care.
Educational Level: Intermediate - Information is geared to practitioners with a general working knowledge of current practice trends and literature related subject matter. Focus is on increasing understanding and competent application of subject matter.
Learning Objectives: As a result of this course, participants will be able to:
- Explain three key differences between CSE and VFSS assessments
- Describe the impact of diet modification on patient outcomes
- Identify the correlation between oropharyngeal dysphagia and aspiration pneumonia
- Discuss the similarities and differences of common compensatory and rehabilitative techniques for managing dysphagia
- List at least 3 different devices in dysphagia therapy and criteria for their use in dysphagia management
- Summarize the advantages of using biofeedback in dysphagia therapy
- Compare and contrast the similarities and differences in the roles of SLPs managing dysphagia in various healthcare settings
- Describe best practices for effective documentation of skilled SLP services in dysphagia management
- Explain how the clinician can self-assess and improve their skills and competency related to dysphagia assessment and treatment
- Summarize the considerations for effective service delivery while providing dysphagia services via telepractice
Completion Requirements: The entirety of this course must be completed in order to earn 1.1 ASHA CEUs. Partial credit is NOT available for this course.
This course is offered for 1.1 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate level, Professional area)
Symposium Organizers and Speakers
Rinki Varindani Desai
M.S., CCC-SLP, CBIS, CDP
Rebecca C. Levy
Alicia K. Vose
PhD, BSpPath, CPSP
M.S., CCC-SLP, BCS-S
R. Jordan Hazelwood
Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BCS-S, CCRE
We also had several exciting provocateurs who helped bust myths, challenged our speakers, and asked thought-provoking questions, to create a unique learning experience for our symposium attendees. Our provocateurs were:
Alicia Vose | Brooke Richardson | Dan Weinstein | Jessica Forbes | Jonathan Waller | Jordan Hazelwood | Karen Sheffler | Kendrea Garand | Phoebe Macrae | Rick McAdoo
Stimulating discussions, honest dialogue, heavy clinical focus with EBP sprinkled in; overall lovely content and presenters. Please do this again!
Stimulating discussions, honest dialogue, heavy clinical focus with EBP sprinkled in; overall lovely content and presenters. Please do this again!Read Less
WOW....this is one of the best courses I've taken. So much information and loved the format of it. HIGHLY recommend this course to anyone who is treating pts with (or even without) dysphagia.
WOW....this is one of the best courses I've taken. So much information and loved the format of it. HIGHLY recommend this course to anyone who is treating pts with (or even without) dysphagia.Read Less
Very informative, especially regarding MBSS documentation and how to critically think about each patient when assessing and developing treatment plans!
Very informative, especially regarding MBSS documentation and how to critically think about each patient when assessing and developing treatment plans!Read Less
Engaging; relevant; and articulates my concerns related to our field.
Engaging; relevant; and articulates my concerns related to our field.Read Less
Discussions on slp roles in assessing and treating swallowing problems and promoting wellness.
Discussions on slp roles in assessing and treating swallowing problems and promoting wellness.Read Less