Dysphagia Best Practices
by Cathy Parkes April 30, 2021 Updated: July 20, 2022
Best practices for patients with DYSPHAGIA:
- Sit patient in upright position (High-fowler's).
- Lightly stroke chin/throat to promote swallowing.
- Teach patient to tuck their chin towards their chest when swallowing.
- Thicken thin liquids.
Read more in our full article on dysphagia.
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