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Posted by Mandi Wilhelm, M.A. CCC-SLP on

This is the time of year when I start thinking about CEUs, how many I have so far for the year and how many I’ve got left to acquire (and which topics I want to focus on). There are so many courses still on my wishlist. The more I browse topics and providers, the more I want to know, which is the exciting part of continuing education.

If you’re looking for a practical course, Megan, Sara, and I presented with SpeechTherapyPD.com on Implementing Adaptive Equipment for Dysphagia in Skilled Nursing Facilities. We discussed regulations pertaining to adaptive equipment use (and provided some talking points for advocating for AE in your facilities), and also gave practical advice about a selection of adaptive pieces. This is one of my favorite topics because adaptive equipment was so foreign to me when I first started practicing. I wish I knew these things when I first started, and I’m so happy to be a part of bringing that information to someone who might need it.

In partnering with SpeechTherapyPD.com, we've learned what a fantastic resource it is. There are so many courses I'm looking forward to taking. If you have not checked into this as an option for CEUs, I encourage you to, you will not be disappointed with the selection! Here's to continued success with your patients, Mandi     

                    

Register For Our FREE, Live ASHA-Approved CEU Course: Adaptive Equipment for Dysphagia Management in SNFs

Want to increase your skill-set regarding adaptive equipment (AE) for dysphagia management? Visit Yapp Guru University (click here) to register for this free, on-line course worth .15 ASHA CEUs. Attendees will: learn the process for selecting AEexplore state and federal laws regulating use of AEdemonstrate how to use 6 selected pieces of AE targeting a variety of patient [...]

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New CEU partnership!

As SLPs, we know the importance of sharing information and focusing on expanding your skill set. We are proudly sharing information we've learned and utilized regarding evidence-based practice as it pertains to the subjects that are nearest to our hearts: dysphagia in the adult population. In the coming days, we anticipate the launching of our [...]

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