Cynthia Fox, PhD, CCC-SLP of LSVT Global talks about speech challenges in Parkinson’s that begin occurring very early in disease progression. She explains how soft or monotone voice, facial masking and other speech difficulties can be addressed through speech therapy.
What if you don’t have access to a SLP or don’t have time before your holiday events to find one? There are some great voice resources online that you can try.
It is important to see a speech language pathologist (SLP) with the right training and background to treat many of the common issues associated with Parkinson’s.
Fred Schott gains what he thought he’d lost with the right team by his side.
Here’s what you need to ask when you’re looking for a speech therapist.
Learn this simple plan you can do every day to keep your mouth healthy.
Learn about aspiration pneumonia and what you can do to prevent it.
In this simulation, see what a normal swallow looks like and what aspiration looks like.
Learn why a speech therapist can be such an integral part of your Parkinson’s care team.
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We recently hosted a webinar with speech-language pathologist John Dean. You can get access to the recording here. We received…
In this episode Listen to chapter 10, “Complementary Therapies,” of the newest edition of our Every Victory Counts® manual. Living well with Parkinson’s…