How prepared are you to really do instrumental assessments and write SUPER thorough reports? I bet there’s always more for you to learn! There is so much that SLPs don’t know about anatomy, physiology, neurology, aspiration, and pneumonia that are critical before we can begin to write thorough reports and make appropriate recommendations for our patients. 

In the first of this 3 PART episode, Matt Ward dives in to everything the SLP really, truly should understand before attempting to do instrumentals. 

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