Posts Tagged ‘apps’

ICD 10 – It’s Here!

As most of us in the healthcare industry are aware, the transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10 became official on October 1st, 2015. But are you prepared, or having trouble adjusting? As therapists, the ICD codes become an important factor when choosing an appropriate treatment diagnosis. For a quick introduction to what ICD-10 coding looks like, what…

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iPad Apps for Apraxia of Speech

Ever been with a client with Apraxia of speech and felt like you wished you could have better measured their progress and more effectively targeted their errors? This can be a daunting task for sure! Luckily, ASHA has a webinar available to anyone and everyone that is devoted to evidence-based iPad apps for Apraxia of speech. Learn how…

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iPads + Dysphagia Therapy = iPhagia Therapy

Dysphagia is one of those areas of therapy that can be difficult to explain to your patient, caregivers, and other professionals. And assessing dysphagia is an ever evolving creature. Moreover, buy-in from the patient and caregivers is critical for the success of dysphagia treatment. So how can you make this process more visual and interactive?…

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