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Cindy Nehe

MS, CCC-SLP

Cindy Nehe has been a Speech Therapist since 2002. She has worked in a variety of settings including education, skilled nursing, outpatient, home health, acute inpatient rehabilitation, and acute care. Cindy is currently in management for an acute care hospital that specializes in cardiac and trauma care. Evaluating and treating patients with dysphagia is a strong area of expertise and interest. Her passion is motivating and supporting peers and patients to achieve outstanding outcomes in rehabilitation.

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Nutrition, Hydration, and Dysphagia: Overview of Risks and Problems

Presented by Pamela Masters-Farrell, MSN, RN, CRRN and Cindy Nehe, MS, CCC-SLP

Nutrition, Hydration, and Dysphagia: Overview of Risks and Problems

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Video Runtime: 40 Minutes; Learning Assessment Runtime: 31 Minutes

Nutrition and hydration have a significant impact on a person's recovery and ability to participate in the rehabilitation process. When dysphagia is also present, the impact on nutrition and hydration may be even more critical to the patient's ability to fully participate in the rehabilitation process. This course gives students an overview of nutrition and hydration issues that commonly occur in persons with rehabilitation needs and addresses the impact that dysphagia has on those problems. This course is applicable to nurses who work with rehabilitation patients in acute care, acute inpatient rehab, long-term care, or home health care settings.

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Nutrition, Hydration, and Dysphagia: Strategies for Care Transitions

Presented by Pamela Masters-Farrell, MSN, RN, CRRN and Cindy Nehe, MS, CCC-SLP

Nutrition, Hydration, and Dysphagia: Strategies for Care Transitions

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Video Runtime: 21 Minutes; Learning Assessment Runtime: 36 Minutes

Dysphagia can have a significant impact on a person's recovery and ability to transition home. Training and education are essential for a successful transition. Nurses have an important role in preparing the patient and caregiver on how to handle these issues. This course gives participants an overview of dysphagia topics that commonly occur and what topics need to be addressed prior to discharge. This course is applicable for nurses in the acute care, post-acute care, long-term care, and home health care settings.

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Nutrition, Hydration, and Dysphagia: Nursing Concerns

Presented by Pamela Masters-Farrell, MSN, RN, CRRN and Cindy Nehe, MS, CCC-SLP

Nutrition, Hydration, and Dysphagia: Nursing Concerns

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Video Runtime: 12 Minutes; Learning Assessment Runtime: 23 Minutes

Nurses play an important role in identifying potential swallowing issues and working with the interdisciplinary team on a plan to prevent aspiration. This course gives students an overview of how to identify patients with dysphagia, what anatomy/physiology is affected, and what can be done about the dysphagia. This course is applicable for nurses who work with rehabilitation patients in acute care, post-acute care, home health, or long-term care settings.

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Nutrition, Hydration, and Dysphagia: Assessment and Screening

Presented by Pamela Masters-Farrell, MSN, RN, CRRN and Cindy Nehe, MS, CCC-SLP

Nutrition, Hydration, and Dysphagia: Assessment and Screening

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Video Runtime: 27 Minutes; Learning Assessment Runtime: 28 Minutes

Determining when and if a patient needs a swallow screen can be critically important to a patient's overall recovery. Nurses play an important role in communicating with the interdisciplinary team if the patient is demonstrating signs and symptoms of aspiration. This course gives participants an overview of what a bedside dysphagia evaluation entails and why a Modified Barium Swallow may be necessary. This course is applicable for nurses in acute care, post-acute care, long-term care, and home health care settings.

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