Webinar Series for Swallowing Disorder Support

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Webinar Series

The National Foundation of Swallowing Disorders is offering a series of patient-centered webinars on the latest research on swallowing disorders. Experts in the field of swallowing disorders such as tongue stem cell research, nutrition, aspiration pneumonia, as they relate to swallowing disorders. If you have a swallowing disorder or are Speech Language Pathologist (SLP), please share this information with them. For more information, visit their website: http://www.swallowingdisorderfoundation.com

 Cost: Free for members. Nominal donation required for non-members.

Webinar #1: July 15, 2014

            Adult Human Tongue Stem Cell Research 

                        Dr. Peter Belafsky

Webinar #2: August 27, 2014

            The Role of Electrical Stimulation in the Treatment of Swallowing Disorders  

                        Dr. Christy Ludlow

Webinar #3: September 30, 2013

            How to Find the Right Professional to Help with a Swallowing Disorder

                       Nancy B. Swigert, MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-S.

Webinar# 4: November 4, 2014

            Aspiration Pneumonia in Patients with Swallowing Disorders

                        Tiffany Mohr, MA, CCC-SLP

Webinar# 5: December 2, 2014

            I-Pro Swallowing Solutions 

                        Dr. JoAnne Robbins

Webinar #6: January 27, 2015

            Nutrition and Dysphagia

                        Laura Michael, BS

Webinar #7: February 24, 2015

            Degenerative Disease and the Impact on Swallowing

                        Dr. Michelle Ciucci & Dr. Emily Plowman

Webinar #8: April 7, 2015

            Clinical Implications of Swallowing Research

                        Molly Knigge, MS, CCC-SLP

 

The NFOSD is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that relies on the generosity of our family, friends, and members to provide the financial support required to carry out our commitment to providing patient hope and improving the quality of life for those suffering from all types of swallowing disorders. We do this by enhancing direct patient support, education, research, and raising public, professional, and governmental awareness. Our mission is to advance the prevention and treatment of swallowing disorders in our lifetime. 

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