Optimal Speech, Language and Swallowing Health
RSVP Below Good oral health is essential for overall wellness and comfort, especially for aging loved ones. Poor
Good oral health is essential for overall wellness and comfort, especially for aging loved ones. Poor oral hygiene can cause serious health problems to arise, or it can worsen existing conditions.
Join us at The Kensington White Plains for this educational presentation with Susan Russo and Naomi Favreau, Speech Language Pathologists at Burke Rehabilitation Hospital. Learn tips for preventing oral health challenges and what steps to take if your loved one is struggling to speak or swallow. Our experts will describe symptoms of dysphagia, dysarthria and dysphonia and then share strategies for optimal oral health maintenance.
Mix and mingle with our Leadership Team of experts, enjoy delicious delights from Executive Chef Norm and learn about the love and passion that we have for our residents and their families. Our best-in-class professionals are honored to deliver comprehensive care and support for residents at every stage of their journey.
Our Promise at The Kensington is to love and care for your family as we do our own. And we do. We are here for you – skilled, prepared and ready to listen.
For questions regarding this event, please email Brenda Moynihan, Director of Marketing and Outreach, email@example.com.
Susan Russo is a Speech-Language Pathologist in the Outpatient Speech Therapy Department at Burke Rehabilitation in White Plains. She is certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and graduated from Mercy College with a Master of Science in Communication Disorders. She earned a Bachelors in Liberal Arts and Sciences and a Minor in Science and Psychology from Pace University. Russo has over nine years of clinical experience in a variety of rehabilitation settings, primarily treating adults with neurological disorders.
Naomi Favreau is a Speech-Language Pathologist in the Outpatient Speech and Therapy Department at Burke Rehabilitation in Somers. She graduated from The College of St. Rose with a Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders and a Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Favreau has 11 years of clinical experience in a variety of rehabilitation settings, treating adults with neurological disorders. She is a Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT) Provider, Certified Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS) and is certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm EDT
The Kensington White Plains
100 Maple Avenue
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