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SLPs WORK ON THIS AREA RELATED TO A PATIENT'S ABILITY TO THINK CLEARLY AND REMEMBER INFORMATION COGNITION
DIFFICULTY SWALLOWING DYSPHAGIA
SLURRED SPEECH DYSARTHRIA
DIFFICULTY WITH MOTOR PLANNING APRAXIA
DIFFICULTY UNDERSTANDING OR EXPRESSING LANGUAGE APHASIA
THIS PROCEDURE USES VIDEOFLOUROSCOPY TO EVALUATE SWALLOWING MBS
ALTERNATIVE OR AUGMENTATIVE COMMUNICATION AAC
SLP WITH 20+ YEARS OF EXPERIENCE. RUNS OUR DAILY COGNITIVE GROUP, AND IS KNOWN FOR HIS EXCELLENT COMMUNICATION WITH PATIENTS AND FAMILIES JASON
OUR SENIOR SLP. VERY SKILLED AT HELPING OUR LOW LEVEL DYSPHAGIA AND LANGUAGE PATIENTS CATHERINE
OUR CURRENT EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR! THIS SLP IS CERTIFIED IN THE MCNEILL DYSPHAGIA TREATMENT PROGRAM, AND ALSO RUNS OUR INTERDISCIPLINARY COUNCIL LATIFAH
THIS CLINICAL FELLOWSHIP YEAR IS REQUIRED FOR ALL SLPs ONCE THEY FINISH THEIR MASTERS DEGREE CFY
SLP TECHNOLOGY THAT USES ELECTRICAL STIMULATION TO TREAT DYSPHAGIA VITALSTIM
SLP TECHNOLOGY THAT USES VISUAL AND AUDITORY BIOFEEDBACK DURING RESISTIVE EXERCISES FOR THE TONGUE AND LIPS IOPI

Speech Therapy Word Search

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Word Search
Description

presbycusis
receptive
expressive
communication
puree
honey
nectar
medicare
orientation
functional
therapy
Audrey
Jackie
Beth
SLP
alzheimers
cognition
swallowing
dysphagia
dysphasia
aphasia

Stroke Month Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Difficulty swallowing food and liquids Dysphagia
The single highest risk factor for stroke Hypertension
Difficulty listening and talking Aphasia
Sign of stroke: if this is drooping, call 911 face
Sign of stroke: if this sounds strange, call 911 speech
Sign of stroke: if this drifts downward while raised, call 911 arm
Look here to see if a patient has a modified diet Blue band
With a stroke, " ________ lost is brain lost" time
This type of stroke occurs with a shortage or blockage of blood flow to the brain Ischemic
This type of stroke occurs when blood vessel(s) in the brain rupture hemorrhagic
This disease deals with "sugars" but if uncontrolled, increases the risk of stroke diabetes
A common physical deficit of stroke, often on just one side of the body paralysis
Difficulty planning or sequencing desired movements apraxia
Difficulty controlling bladder & bowels incontinence
Imbalance of muscle tone Spastic
Absence of muscle tone (a "limp" arm or leg) Flaccid
Development of a blood clot in the vascular system thrombosis

Speech Therapy Services Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Abstraction
Aphasia
Attention
Cognition
Delayed Memory
Dysphagia
Immediate Memory
Language
Motor Speech
Problem Solving
Visuospatial
Voice

Neuro Crossword

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Crossword
Description

diseased state that causes inflammation of the meningeal tissue meningitis
the primary degenerative disease of the brain alzheimers
position after a lumbar puncture flat
abnormal flexion in upper extremities with extension of the lower extremities decorticate
this part of the brain controls our temperature hypothalamus
some people experience this before having a seizure aura
this seizure medication can cause gingival overgrowth Dilantin
the outter most meningeal covering of the brain dura
the sign when the nurse flexes the patient's neck, hip flexion occurs brudzinski
stiff neck (2 words) nuchal rigidity
anesthesia numbness
related to decreased levels of dopamine Parkinsons
extremely slow movements bradykinesia
rapidly reverses myasthenic crisis Tensilon
acute paralysis of the 7th cranial nerve (2 words) Bells palsy
progressive degenerative disease that disrupts motor pathway of the CNS (abbr.) MS
usually results in death from respiratory complications (abbr.) ALS
type of stroke that accounts for 80% of all strokes ischemic
defect in the use of language aphasia
swallowing difficulty dysphagia
drooping of upper eyelid ptosis
loss of motor and sensory function in all extremities quadriplegia
often used to manage spinal cord injuries traction
removal of part of a vertebra laminectomy

Stroke Awareness Month Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Loss of ability to understand or express speech caused by brain damage Aphasia
Type of stroke caused by an aneurysm burst or weakend blood vessel resulting in a intercranial bleed Hemmorhagic
Type of stroke caused when the brain is deprived of oxygen and other nutrients Ischemic
Medical term for stroke Cerebralvascularaccident
Medical term to discribe difficulty swallowing Dysphagia
Decreased awareness of one side following stroke Neglect
Hypertension, diabetes and coronary heart disease are all _______ _______ of stroke Riskfactors
Leading cause of adult disability in the US Stroke
Performing this task after meals and before bed can help reduce the risk of aspiration Oral care
Keeping a patients head of bed above 30 degrees for stroke patients helps to decrease the risk of ________ Aspiration
Medical term for high blood pressure Hypertension
Who is the medical director of the NERHP Stroke Team Kazmi
Who is the team leader of the NERHP stroke team? Sharon Hartl
NERHP has been Joint Comission Certified in stroke since ______ two thousand seven
What does SLP stand for Speech Language Pathologist
What does AFO stand for ankle foot orthosis
What does PVR stand for Post voiding residual
What is the date of the 2nd annual Stroke Awareness Volleyball Game May twentythird

Better Speech and Hearing Month Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

anomia
pharngeal
voice
paraphasias
jargon
communication
larynx
comprehension
receptive
expressive
oral motor
hearing acuity
aphasia
oral apraxia
aphonia
language
cognition
dysarthria
dysphagia
epiglottis
speech pathologist

All about Strokes Crossword

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Crossword
Description

type of stroke that occurs when blood vessel in the brain breaks leaking blood into the brain hemorrhagic
type of stroke that occurs when arteries are blocked by bloot clots or by the gradual build up of plaque ischemic
inability to recogonize and interpret objects, people, sounds, or smells despite intact primary sense organs agnosia
responsible for basic life functioning ( breathing, HR, and BP) brainstem
the lobe of the brain that is responsible for emotions, judgements and impulse control frontal
treat __________, as it may mimic stroke symptoms hypoglycemia
slurred speech dysarthria
medication that should prescribed for any stroke patient with history of or with current atrial fibrillation anticoagulant
Any patient with a _____ higher than 100, should be placed on a statin LDH
lobe of the brain associated with language processing temporal
incoordination ataxia
inability to speak aphasia
leading preventable stroke risk factor hypertension
a buldging formation on the artery, usually caused by hypertension or excessive amount of fatty deposits aneurysm
inability to communicate ideas in written language not due to mechanical dysfunction; typically results from damage to the parietal lobe agraphia
________and stroke can occur together or in close proximity seizures
lobe of the brain associated with visual processing occipital
stroke patients must remain _____ until passing a dysphagia screen npo
hardening and thickening of the walls of the arteries atherosclerosis
stroke patient teaching must be ________ to the patient's risk factors for stroke personalized
stroke is the _____ leading cause of death in the US fifth
the B in BE FAST stands for balance

LEARNING DISABILITIES Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

ADHD
aphasia
autism
concentrate
convergence
difficulty
disorder
dyscalculia
dysgraphia
dyslexia
dyspraxia
intelligence
iq
issue
ld
learning disabilities
mind
nonverbal
poor memory
problem
proccessing
sense
speech
verbal
wander

Fundamentals of Nursing Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

bluish or grayish discoloration of the skin cyanosis
the act of listening with a stethoscope to the sounds produced within the body auscultation
difficult or labored breathing dyspnea
pulse rate below 60 beats/min in an adult bradycardia
illness with rapid onset of symptoms and lasts a relativly short time acute
refers to actions pf a drug as it moves through the body pharmacokinetics
point whenthe drug is at its lowest concentration trough
injections administered into the adipose tissue layer subcutaneous
thick, leathery scab or dry crust that is necrotic eschar
thick dark yellow or green drainage with a foul odor purulent
exercises involving muscle shortening and active movement isotonic
difficulty swallowing or the inability to swallow dysphagia
urination during the night nocturia
artificial opening for waste excretion located on the body surface stoma
data that is directly observed objective
study that deals with chemicals that affect the body's functioning pharmacology
removal of nonviable, necrotic tissue debridement
inadequate tissue oxygenation at the cellular level hypoxia

Acronyms - Deaf Culture Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

ASL American Sign Language
BDA Black Deaf Advocates
CDI Certified Deaf Interpreter
CODA Child of Deaf Adult
IEP Interpreter Education Program
ITP Interpreter Training Program
NTD National Theater of the Deaf
TC Total Communication
ADA Americans with Disabilities Act
CC Closed Captioned
CI Cochlear Implant
HA Hearing Aid
HOH Hard of Hearing
LR Lip Reading
RF Radio Frequency
TTY Teletypewriter
SLP Speech Language Pathologist
GU Gallaudet University