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25 April 2018

Sarah Bouchard, a Speech and Language Pathologist and Founder of Collaborative for Adaptive Lifestyle Maintenance (Calm, LLC.), put a post on LinkedIn about Drug Induced dysphagia written by Karen Sheffler at Swallow Study. I realise explaining how I found the article seems lengthy and unnecessary. I’ll explain why I did

7 June 2016

Taking medication is a daily reality for a growing number of people – but no one’s life should be dictated by it. For many, the only minor stress or inconvenience might be over a forgotten tablet or mislaid prescription, yet for those with swallowing disorders (dysphagia) the whole process can

18 March 2016

To reduce the risks of those with dysphagia developing aspiration pneumonia; becoming dehydrated and readmitted to hospital, it is essential to change the consistency of all their drinks to slow them down to a manageable speed and make them safer to swallow. Here at the Slõ Drinks Company these essential