For those with a swallowing disorder, also called dysphagia, it takes more effort and time to move liquids or food from their mouth to their stomach.
After more than six years as the gallery’s curator, Elynne Rosenfeld is retiring from that part of her career.
Lauren Sponseller, chair of the Occupational Therapy (OT) department at Salus University, was recently named interim dean of CHER.
Aphasia – difficulty understanding speech properly – is one of the most common speech-language deficits people may have after suffering a stroke.
When Alfred Mwamba, AuD ‘14, graduated from the Osborne College of Audiology (OCA), he became the first and only audiologist in his home country of Zambia.