Kelly Salmon In Part 2 of her series on Total Laryngectomy, Kelly Salmon SLPD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S, CLT-LANA, NDC covers the role of the SLP in the immediate post-operative phase within the acute care setting, typical supply and equipment needs for individuals post-TL, preparing for discharge and the next level of care, and resources available to learn the basics. To learn more about the Medical SLP Collective, an exclusive community for Medical SLPs with new peer-reviewed resources, handouts, and videos distributed weekly, monthly ASHA CEU webinars, and a private forum on Facebook, or on the website to get answers to all of your burning clinical questions, check out MedSLPCollective.com To share your thoughts: – Join the MedSLP Newbies Facebook group – Share this episode on Facebook or Twitter To help out the show: – Leave a review on iTunes. Your comments help me immensely and I just might read it on the show! – Contribute at patreon.com/swallowyourpride To learn more about the Medical SLP Collective, an exclusive community for Medical SLPs with new peer-reviewed resources, handouts, and videos distributed weekly, monthly ASHA CEU webinars, and a private forum on Facebook, or on the website to get answers to all of your burning clinical questions, check out MedSLPCollective.com

Sarah Busser, Med SLP and Certified Brain Injury Specialist, is here to talk about promoting patient autonomy and the best approach to developing a treatment plan. She even has a real life case study to share that demonstrates the power of shared decision making in achieving optimal clinical outcomes!

To learn more about the Medical SLP Collective, an exclusive community for Medical SLPs with new peer-reviewed resources, handouts, and videos distributed weekly, monthly ASHA CEU webinars, and a private forum on Facebook, or on the website to get answers to all of your burning clinical questions, check out MedSLPCollective.com

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– Leave a review on iTunes. Your comments help me immensely and I just might read it on the show!