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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

8 January 2018

Slõ Multi Vitamin and Vitamin D3 Sprays were created for those with difficulty swallowing tablets. As they are new and the 1st inter oral sprays for those with dysphagia; you may want to know how they work. The concept of using the mouth to transport medication is a well established

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