CSDS 610

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FEEDING AND SWALLOWING DISORDERS ACROSS THE LIFESPAN
CSDS 610
Instructor: Dr. Michele Norman
Office: Hull 224
Office Hours: Monday 4-6:LCCLL; Tuesday 2-4: Hull
224
Telephone: 434-395-2341
Class: Mondays 1- 3:45
E-mail: [email protected]
Course Description
Assessment and treatment strategies for infants, children, and adults with feeding and/or
swallowing disorders 3 credits
Required Texts
Logemann, J. A. (1998). Evaluation and Treatment of Swallowing Disorders. 2nd Edition,
Austin: Pro-Ed
Wolf, L.S. & Glass, R.P. ( 1992). Feeding and Swallowing Disorders in Infancy. San
Antonio, TX: Psych Corp., Inc.
Supplemental Text
Arvedson, J. C. & Brodsky, L. (2002). Pediatric Swallowing and Feeding: Assessment
and Management, 2nd Edition, Singular Publications
Course Objectives
The following conceptual framework competencies guide the planning and delivery of
instruction in this course. Specific course objectives reflect this framework as they focus
on the needs of the students for developing skills as professionals who will be
knowledgeable, caring and ethical decision-makers.
Longwood Conceptual Framework Competencies
CFC 1 – Plan for Instruction
CFC 2 – Implementation and Management of Instruction
CFC 3 – Evaluation and Assessment
CFC 4 – Knowledge of Subject
CFC 5 – Behavior Management
CFC 6 – Communication Skills
CFC 7 – Professional Responsibilities
CFC 8 – Technology
CFC 9 – Diversity
ASHA KASA Standards (applicable to this course)
Standard III-B. Demonstrate knowledge of basic human communication and
swallowing processes, including their biological, neurological, acoustic, psychological,
developmental, and linguistic and cultural bases
Standard III-C Demonstrate knowledge of the nature of speech, language, hearing, and
communication disorders and differences and swallowing disorders, including their
etiologies, characteristics, anatomical/physiological, acoustic, psychological,
developmental, and linguistic and cultural correlates.
Standard III-D: The applicant must possess knowledge of the principles and methods of
prevention, assessment, and intervention for people with communication and swallowing
disorders, including consideration of anatomical/physiological, psychological,
developmental, and linguistic and cultural correlates of the disorders.
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
1. demonstrate understanding of normal development of swallowing (KASA IIIB; CFC 4)
2. demonstrate an understanding of the neurophysiology and etiology of
swallowing disorders (KASA III-C, CFC 4)
3. demonstrate an understanding of the methods of evaluation and assessment of
swallowing disorders (KASA III-D; CFC 3,4)
4. demonstrate the ability to formulate and implement direct and indirect
intervention strategies (KASA III-D; CFC 1,2,8,9)
5. demonstrate an understanding of the concomitant factors influencing the
diagnosis and treatment of swallowing disorders (KASA III-C; CFC 3,4,9)
Course Requirements
1. Attendance and Class Participation- Students are expected to attend
each class and participate in all discussions. All absences should be
discussed with the instructor prior to any absence, if possible.
2. Examinations – Midterm and Final
3. Abstracts- One for pediatric and one for adult population
4. Clinical report – Each student will create a clinical diagnostic report
based on a give patient profile
5. Group Project – Students will develop an advertisement with
information brochures: 1) to help parents understand feeding and
swallowing disorders, intervention strategies, and local resources and
2) to help adults understand swallowing disorders, intervention
strategies, and local resources.
Honor Code
Students are expected to abide by the Longwood University Honor Code at all times. Any
suspicion of a violation will be immediately investigated and college policy will be
followed.
Attendance Policy
Students are expected to attend all classes. It is the responsibility of the student to notify
faculty of all absences. In accordance with the Longwood University Attendance Policy,
the class grade may be lowered one letter grade if a student misses 10% of the class
meetings, and a grade of F may be assigned if a student misses 25% of class meetings.
Policy on Late Work:
All assignments are due to the instructor on the assigned due date. Work submitted late
will be accepted, however a penalty will be incurred. Five % of the total point value of
the assignment will be lost for each calendar day beyond the required submission date.
Disability Statement
The instructor is willing to make reasonable accommodations for any student's
documented disability. The student should bring the supporting material to the instructor
during the first week of class, including the accommodations needed, as outlined by the
Learning Center at Longwood University.
Grading Scale
Abstracts
20 pts
280-286=A- 287-293=A 294-300=A+
Exams
100 pts
250-259=B- 260-269=B
270-279=B+
Clinical Report
100 pts
220-229=C- 230-239=C
240-249=C+
Team Project
70 pts
Team Presentations
10 pts
TOTAL
300
pts
<219 F
Class Schedule
(This schedule will be adjusted if necessary during the semester)
Date
Jan 19
Topic
Readings
Assignment
No Class
26
Anatomy & Physiology of Normal
Swallowing
Logemann
1, 2; Wolf
Feb 2
Normal development
Instrumentation used for evaluation
Logemann
3
Wolf
Abstract #1
due
9
Evaluation and assessment
Pediatric swallowing & feeding disorders
16
Management
Logemann
4, 5 Wolf
23
Management
Logemann
6, 11, 13
Wolf
Clinical
Reports due
Abstract #2
due
March 2
Midterm
9
No Class
16
Special populations in adult swallowing
disorders
23
Trachs and Vents in dysphagia
Logemann
7, 8, 9, 10
30
Frazier Water Protocol
Article&
Handout
Special populations in pediatric
swallowing
Wolf
13
Swallowing disorders in diverse
populations Clinical decision making
Logemann
12; Wolf;
20
Project Presentation
27
Final Examination
April 6
Projects due
Additional Readings
Groher, M (1997), Dysphagia: Diagnosis and Management. Butterworth Heinemann
Hall, K. D. (2001). Pediatric Dysphagia Resource Guide. San Diego: Singular
Publications
Huckabee, M. L. & Pelletier, (1999), Management of Adult Neurogenic Dysphagia.
Singular Publishing Group
Web resources
ASHA practice guidelines http://www.asha.org/members/slp/topics/dysphagia/default
ASHA standardizing the dysphagia diet http://www.asha.org/about/continuinged/ASHA-courses/T/T0412.htm
Dysphagia Grand Rounds http://www.asha.org/about/continuing-ed/ASHAcourses/SSV/SSV4185.htm
Passy-Muir Inc. http://www.passy-muir.com/products/educational/freematerials.aspx
Dysphagia Resource Center http://www.dysphagia.com
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