SVS PODCHATS

Assessment and rehabilitation of dysphonia during the COVID-19 pandemic - UK Perspective Part 2

September 21, 2020 H Fiona Robinson and Suzanne Slade Season 1 Episode 9
SVS PODCHATS
Assessment and rehabilitation of dysphonia during the COVID-19 pandemic - UK Perspective Part 2
Chapters
00:02:00
Creating an information leaflet for patients
00:04:42
How we've been working during the past 6 months - remote, telehealth and face to face sessions.
00:15:18
PPE in the voice clinic
00:19:14
Preparation for the voice clinic - resources, practicalities, useful tips
00:21:01
Adapting our practice and preparation for the patient to optimise assessment and therapy
00:38:29
Digital and technological inequalities - how can we manage this?
00:40:47
Meeting the challenges of providing voice therapy
00:55:34
COVID-19 related voice presentations - early impressions
SVS PODCHATS
Assessment and rehabilitation of dysphonia during the COVID-19 pandemic - UK Perspective Part 2
Sep 21, 2020 Season 1 Episode 9
H Fiona Robinson and Suzanne Slade

This episode follows from the  SVS PodChat "Perspectives from the UK and the USA: assessment and rehabilitation of dysphonia during the COVID-19 pandemic" and provides an update on how voice therapy services are being provided in the UK, six months into the pandemic.

Suzanne chats with three renowned speech and language specialist voice therapists - Tori Burnay, Jane Shaw and Rachel Radford - about the impact of COVID-19 on their practice, how they have made adaptations for themselves and their patients and offers insights into their own and their patients' experiences.
The discussion includes meeting the challenges of providing assessment and therapy sessions, highlights the key resources they have created and contributed to, plus tips to looking after ourselves and our own voice, all with warm and humorous personal insights.

A range of resources is discussed, please see below for Rachel Radford's Voice Therapy Exercises on You Tube:

Vocal Function Exercise https://youtu.be/g49L2zE8AkE
LaxVox https://youtu.be/JNPOAgGMK9o
Accent Method https://youtu.be/zzq03YXPLWU

Jane Shaw et al:

https://www.britishlaryngological.org/news/advice-people-experiencing-voice-problems-after-covid-19

Thanks for listening,
Fiona and Suzanne

Fiona Robinson and Suzanne Slade are HCPC registered Speech and Language Therapists practising in the UK and we also educate health professionals in Speech Voice and Swallowing. We collaborate with international experts to create fabulous learning events imparting clinical knowledge and skills. We schedule FEES courses in Nottingham UK and create bespoke FEES training for teams online or at your location. We work with all levels of clinicians to start and progress their FEES competencies, providing ongoing supervision and a tailored programme of education. 

Our blog and SVS PodChats explore current opinion and topics related to speech voice and swallowing.
Our website provides PodChats notes and further resources for some episodes.
You can find us at
www.svsassociates.co.uk and @_svs_associates

No financial payment or payment in kind was received or given for this SVSPodChat unless disclosed. No endorsement of opinions, goods, products or services by the hosts is implied.
The opinions of the hosts and guests are their own, and do not represent the views of their organisation.

Show Notes Chapter Markers

This episode follows from the  SVS PodChat "Perspectives from the UK and the USA: assessment and rehabilitation of dysphonia during the COVID-19 pandemic" and provides an update on how voice therapy services are being provided in the UK, six months into the pandemic.

Suzanne chats with three renowned speech and language specialist voice therapists - Tori Burnay, Jane Shaw and Rachel Radford - about the impact of COVID-19 on their practice, how they have made adaptations for themselves and their patients and offers insights into their own and their patients' experiences.
The discussion includes meeting the challenges of providing assessment and therapy sessions, highlights the key resources they have created and contributed to, plus tips to looking after ourselves and our own voice, all with warm and humorous personal insights.

A range of resources is discussed, please see below for Rachel Radford's Voice Therapy Exercises on You Tube:

Vocal Function Exercise https://youtu.be/g49L2zE8AkE
LaxVox https://youtu.be/JNPOAgGMK9o
Accent Method https://youtu.be/zzq03YXPLWU

Jane Shaw et al:

https://www.britishlaryngological.org/news/advice-people-experiencing-voice-problems-after-covid-19

Thanks for listening,
Fiona and Suzanne

Fiona Robinson and Suzanne Slade are HCPC registered Speech and Language Therapists practising in the UK and we also educate health professionals in Speech Voice and Swallowing. We collaborate with international experts to create fabulous learning events imparting clinical knowledge and skills. We schedule FEES courses in Nottingham UK and create bespoke FEES training for teams online or at your location. We work with all levels of clinicians to start and progress their FEES competencies, providing ongoing supervision and a tailored programme of education. 

Our blog and SVS PodChats explore current opinion and topics related to speech voice and swallowing.
Our website provides PodChats notes and further resources for some episodes.
You can find us at
www.svsassociates.co.uk and @_svs_associates

No financial payment or payment in kind was received or given for this SVSPodChat unless disclosed. No endorsement of opinions, goods, products or services by the hosts is implied.
The opinions of the hosts and guests are their own, and do not represent the views of their organisation.

Creating an information leaflet for patients
How we've been working during the past 6 months - remote, telehealth and face to face sessions.
PPE in the voice clinic
Preparation for the voice clinic - resources, practicalities, useful tips
Adapting our practice and preparation for the patient to optimise assessment and therapy
Digital and technological inequalities - how can we manage this?
Meeting the challenges of providing voice therapy
COVID-19 related voice presentations - early impressions