Author: Speak and Swallow

Dysphagia Online Course for Adults with Swallowing Difficulties

If you care for an adult with swallowing difficulties, you know that it can have a big impact on many areas of their life. Whether your loved one has recently been diagnosed with a condition that impacts their swallowing ability, or have been experiencing a progressive condition that has led to changes in their swallowing […]

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How Dentists and Speech Pathologists Can Work Together

Dentists and Speech Pathologists may seem like an unlikely pairing at first, but when these health professionals collaborate, they can deliver better outcomes for their clients. Here at Speak and Swallow, our team of passionate Speech Pathologists have delivered training to local Dentists and collaborated with them to improve the quality of life of their […]

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What is Orofacial Myology for Adults

Experiencing an Orofacial Myofunctional Disorder as an adult can be overwhelming, especially when symptoms impact your day-to-day activities. Here at Speak and Swallow, we provide Orofacial Myology for adults in Brisbane to address a range of symptoms. With our clinical experience in swallowing and communication disorders, we are well equipped to support you in your […]

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What Carers Should Know About IDDSI Modified Food and Fluids

Do you care for someone with a mealtime management plan? If so, you may have come across some recommendations for their care that include terms like “minced and moist” or “soft and bite sized”, and wondered what that means for you and the care you provide at mealtimes.  Our team of passionate Speech Pathologists work […]

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What Are Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders?

The awareness of Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders is increasing, but many people still have questions about what they are and what to do if you think you might have one. In this article, our team of Speech Pathologists with training in Orofacial Myology will guide you through what you need to know about Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders. […]

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How Speech Pathologists Support People With Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is the most common acquired chronic neurological disease affecting young adults in Australia. Unfortunately, there is currently no known cure. While the symptoms of MS vary from person to person, the disease is known to cause changes in movement, sensation, and cognition that can impact everyday life. This is where Speech Pathologists […]

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