Within a socio-cultural framework, this subject explores the physiology, assessment, diagnosis and management of swallowing problems across the lifespan. Students will develop knowledge and skills relating to: normal swallowing and dysphagia; various forms of assessment and differential diagnosis; management, including techniques for safe swallowing and maintenance of nutrition; and working with client groups typically affected by dysphagia.
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