July 23, 2010, Newsletter Issue #80: Speech Pathology

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Even if there is no indication of spastic bulbar palsy symptoms initially, there will be changes of the face and mouth eventually. As problems with speaking, eating, and swallowing develop, a speech pathologist can suggest ways to prevent aspiration. There are various methods and equipment a speech pathologist can give people with ALS to help with communication.

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