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Mary’s Journey with Mobili-T

Mary’s Journey with Mobili-T

Meet Mary – she is a dedicated private practice SLP in Florida, with a deep passion for her work. Mary started her career as a medical speech- language pathologist in acute care, and then in 2009 she took the leap to lead her own practice, Voice Aerobics, LLC. This...

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The swallowing assessment: what to expect

The swallowing assessment: what to expect

You’re having trouble eating and your family doctor referred you for a swallowing assessment. You book an appointment and make your way to the hospital. There, you’re greeted by a speech-language pathologist or an S-LP. This article describes what to expect when you...

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Patient Stories

“I can actually eat a burger now!”

“I can actually eat a burger now!”

Mobile health technology shows promising results for patients with head and neck cancer. This past Thanksgiving, Leslie O’Connor-Parsons enjoyed a full meal with turkey and stuffing for the first time in five years. Thanks to Mobili-T®, the first mobile home-based...

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Dysphagia

The swallowing assessment: what to expect

The swallowing assessment: what to expect

You’re having trouble eating and your family doctor referred you for a swallowing assessment. You book an appointment and make your way to the hospital. There, you’re greeted by a speech-language pathologist or an S-LP. This article describes what to expect when you...

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News

The Globe and Mail – Health & Fitness

The Globe and Mail – Health & Fitness

Researchers say new technology helps some patients with neck and tongue cancer relearn how to swallow food Lesley O’Connor-Parsons expected never to eat solid foods again. But after participating in the six-week trial of a new mobile technology aimed at helping...

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CBC – Radio Canada ICI Alberta

CBC – Radio Canada ICI Alberta

Un nouvel appareil portable permet aux dysphagiques de réapprendre à avaler des solides. Une équipe de chercheurs de l'Université de l'Alberta a mis au point une technologie qui pourrait redonner aux patients atteints de dysphagie la capacité de manger des aliments...

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