pediatric swallowing and feeding assessment and management

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Pediatric Swallowing And Feeding

Author : Joan C. Arvedson
ISBN : 0769300766
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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A Volume in the Early Childhood Intervention Series The comprehensive primary reference for assessment and management of infants and children of all ages with feeding and swallowing problems is updated and expanded in this second edition. The authors cogently detail vital information with clarity and precision for all professionals involved with pediatric swallowing and feeding disorders. New chapters focus on behavioral related feeding problems and chronic aspiration. Major reorganization adds evidence based, up-to-date information useful to the student as well as the seasoned practitioner.

Pediatric Swallowing And Feeding

Author : Joan C. Arvedson
ISBN : 1944883517
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Pediatric Swallowing And Feeding

Author : Arvedson
ISBN : 0761617418
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Feeding And Swallowing Disorders In Infancy

Author : Lynn S. Wolf
ISBN : 0127845674
Genre : Medical
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Feeding and Swallowing Disorders in Infancy presents a comprehensive, multidimensional approach to feeding problems. Ms. Wolf and Ms. Glass assist the feeding specialist in acquiring the knowledge and skills to take an active and effective part in the process of assessment and management of infant feeding. Lynn S. Wolf, M.O.T., OTR, and Robin P. Glass, M.S., OTR. are pediatric occupational therapists at Children's Hospital and Medical Center in Seattle, Washington, where they work as infant specialists. Both Ms. Wolf and Ms. Glass have advanced neurodevelopmental treatment training in feeding and infant treatment. They developed this book out of their years of research and clinical experience treating infants with feeding and swallowing disorders.

Pre Feeding Skills

Author : Suzanne Evans Morris
ISBN : 0127850805
Genre : Medical
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Clinical Management Of Swallowing Disorders

Author : Thomas Murry
ISBN : 1597560375
Genre : Medical
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Fully revised, updated and expanded, Clinical Management of Swallowing Disorders, Second Edition, provides readers with a concise reference on allaspects of swallowing disorders, including incidence, anatomy and physiology, etiology, diagnosis and nutrition.

Traumatic Brain Injury

Author : B. E. Murdoch
ISBN : 0769300170
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This comprehensive new book provides coverage of the motor speech, language and swallowing disorders associated with traumatic brain injury. It also addresses recent research findings on the cognitive/linguistic deficits associated with traumatic brain injury and newly introduced physiological approaches to assessment and treatment of motor speech disorders. Assessment and treatment of communicative and swallowing disorders are illustrated by case studies.

Management Of Swallowing And Feeding Disorders In Schools

Author : Emily M. Homer
ISBN : 9781597569460
Genre : Medical
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Management of Swallowing and Feeding Disorders in Schools examines the most significant issues in swallowing and feeding facing school-based speech-language pathologists (SLPs). Topics addressed are unique to the school setting, ranging from organizing a team procedure in a district to serving children with complex medical issues, behavioral feeding disorders, and neurological feeding disorders. Ethical, legal, and cultural issues are also addressed. Many students in school districts across the country exhibit the signs and symptoms of dysphagia, and children who were originally treated for dysphagia in hospitals and other settings often begin attending public schools at three years old. The difficulty they had with swallowing and feeding frequently follows them to the school setting. Further, there are many students who develop swallowing and feeding disorders as a result of traumatic brain injury, neurological disorders and syndromes, behavioral disorders, and so forth. The range of students needing services for swallowing and feeding disorders in the school setting can be from three to twenty-two years of age and from mild dysphagia to tube feeding. The identification and treatment of swallowing and feeding disorders in schools is relatively new. There are still many districts in the country and internationally that do not address the needs of children with dysphagia. As school-based SLPs take on the challenge of this population there is a need for information that is current, accurate, and thorough. University programs include very little training, if any, at this time in the area of swallowing and feeding in the school setting. This text is appropriate for both a dysphagia course as well as courses that train SLP students to work with school-aged students.

Diagnosis And Treatment Of Feeding Disorders In Infants Toddlers And Young Children

Author : Irene Chatoor
ISBN : 193401933X
Genre : Medical
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Delays in development, as well as in growth, can occur when a feeding disorder arises. Irene Chatoor, MD, a world-renowned specialist in feeding disorders at Children's National Medical Center in Washington, DC, offers clinical guidelines for comprehensive diagnosis and treatment of feeding disorders in infants and toddlers. Grounded in the latest research and contemporary practice, the author discusses the consequences of early feeding problems and reviews relevant terminology, etiological factors, and how to distinguish serious feeding disorders from transient and milder feeding difficulties. The book also includes Parent Information Outlines about the feeding disorders which professionals can use as handouts for patient's families.

Communication And Swallowing Management Of Tracheostomized And Ventilator Dependent Adults

Author : Karen J. Dikeman
ISBN : 0769302459
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This comprehensive manual provides a clinical, yet practical, approach to treating tracheostomized and ventilator-dependent patients. Its organizational structure is conducive to learning, as information builds on itself progressively from chapter to chapter. Learners are provided with the clinical and case research information pertaining to specific aspects of care and are encouraged to apply that information to their patient's needs on an individualized basis. Emphasis is also placed on individualizing treatment and assessment protocols.

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