Join us to learn about how to treat dysphagia by best incorporating modalities into practice, protocols and their effectiveness, and facility benefits. Hospitalization rates for aspiration pneumonia have increased by 93.8% over the past decade. Speech language pathologists (SLP) are an integral part of reducing hospitalization rates for pneumonia and respiratory infection, ensuring patients are taking in proper nutrition and hydration, and play an important role in the recovery from COVID-19. The use of NMES in conjunction with sEMG provides a patient centered treatment with biofeedback opportunities. These modalities provide an objective approach to the treatment of dysphagia, driven by the SLP, and tailored to a patient’s pathology and clinical need. Attendees will learn about the benefits of modalities for faster recovery, opportunities to advance their skill, and additional resources available to expand your speech therapy offering.