VFSS Take Home GuideARMS for a Strong SwallowStrategies to Help Navigate SolutionsInternal Memory StrategiesExternal Memory StrategiesPay Attention 🙂 We are dedicated to improving the Speech Language Pathology profession by building innovative and effective support materials aimed at better outcomes for SLPs and their patients.SIGN UP HERE TO GET YOUR FREE MATERIALS! Winner winner, chicken dinner! This is an easy-to-read guide for both patients and caregivers alike with readily identifiable recommendations. ARMS – This organized form helps the patient with dysphagia understand how to improve the overall safety of oral intake. It targets how to AVOID swallowing difficulties, how to RECOVER if they cough or choke, how to MAINTAIN their respiratory health, and how to STRENGTHEN their swallowing abilities. It is a form that needs to be tailored to each type of swallowing difficulty so more forms will be coming to this website as they are created. This chart is to help your patient see the overall view of internal memory strategies. Use this chart as a launching board for all your internal memory exercises, assisting your patient in identifying which strategy or strategies are most effective for their daily activities! This external memory chart helps your patients see the overall options they have for keeping track of things they need to for maximizing their independence. Once you’ve worked with them in identifying their memory difficulties, use this chart to help them identify them select strategies that will help them compensate for their memory difficulties. This chart is a comprehensive overview explaining the overall types of attention, strategies to increase effectiveness and phrases to use to increase overall attention abilities.