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Communicating with someone who uses an AAC device

26th July 2018

AAC stands for Augmentative and Alternative Communication. There are many forms of AAC from no-tech picture boards to high-tech computerised speaking devices. People may need AAC due to a variety of reasons, but it is used to assist communication. It is a way of allowing a person to get their message across if they are […]

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How to look after your voice

26th July 2018

Our voice is often very important to us. It is one of the main tools we use to communicate with others and they way we use our voice is an important part of how we shape our character and personality. Our voice is delicate and can be easily damaged, so we must look after the […]

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Oral hygiene and its importance for individuals with eating, drinking and swallowing difficulties

26th July 2018

Oral hygiene is the term used to describe the process we take to keep our teeth and mouth healthy and free from disease. In order to keep our mouths healthy, we are advised to clean our teeth at least twice a day with a toothbrush and toothpaste. We also use the muscles in our mouths […]

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Things to consider when going out for a meal with someone who has swallowing difficulties

26th July 2018

Going out for food is one of the most popular social activities groups do. Whether it is going for coffee or a three course meal those with eating, drinking and swallowing difficulties (also known as dysphagia) may find this difficult. This may reduce their quality of life as they turn down social invitations. However, dysphagia […]

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What is Constraint Induced Aphasia Therapy (CIAT) all about?

26th July 2018

The therapy Constraint Induced Aphasia Therapy (CIAT) is based on the ideas of the better known Constraint Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT). CIMT is delivered by a specialist occupational therapist (OT) or physiotherapist and has a large evidence base of research to show that constraining the movement of a patient’s good limb (by a light cast) […]

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Why is Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT) useful?

26th July 2018

LSVT is an intensive voice treatment that has been developed for those with vocal weakness as a result of Parkinson’s disease. It is the ‘Gold Standard’ of voice therapy for Parkinson’s disease as it is backed by lots of evidence to prove the positive outcomes of the therapy. A person with Parkinson’s disease may think […]

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