This practical text is indispensable to all clinicians working with dysphagia and is suitable for those involved in a range of settings and with a diversity of client groups. With its perspective on everyday working practice, "Working with Dysphagia" fills a gap in an area where practical and workable material is much sought after. This book is a useful resource for all therapists, ranging from students to specialist, as the practical assessment approach and comprehensive management strategies are supported throughout with references of recent relevant research.
"It is not an easy task to produce a textbook that is useful to students, specialist SLTs and other professionals; "Working with Dysphagia" succeeds admirably." — Susan Clark, RCSLT adviser on Dysphagia, RCSLT Bulletin
"It is a very practical book ... presents information in a clear and practice-oriented manner." — Iain Bowie, Lecturer, British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing
"This is a useful resource and reference book...It is clearly laid out, written in straightforward language, easy to use, and has many useful diagrams, Generally, a good addition to the "Working with" series." — Julia Loughran, SLT, Bath & North Somerset PCT, Speech & Language Therapy in Practice