The Alzheimer's Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research.
American Speech and Hearing Association
The American Speech–Language–Hearing Association is a professional association for speech–language pathologists, audiologists, and speech, language, and hearing scientists in the United States and internationally. It has more than 185,000 members and affiliates.
Ampcare develops therapeutic neuromuscular electrical stimulation technologies and currently promotes the Ampcare ESP™ (Effective Swallowing Protocol), a FDA-cleared medical device system. The Ampcare ESP™ is an innovative protocol for the treatment of dysphagia (swallowing difficulties).
BIND – Brain Injury Network of Dallas
The BIND Clubhouse is not traditional rehabilitation because it revolves around a work-ordered day rather than treatment groups or therapy. Members are encouraged to consider the organization their daily job, and everyone participates in numerous operations and decision-making of the program. Through their work, Members build vocational skills, increase self-esteem, and develop confidence in their ability to contribute productively.
Dysphagia Research Society
The Dysphagia Research Society is organized exclusively for charitable, educational and scientific purposes.
Encompass Home Health
Encompass Home Health, acquired by HealthSouth Corporation in 2014, is an industry leader in patient satisfaction and clinical outcomes. Our team of healthcare professionals delivers comprehensive care to keep adults, children and adolescents on the path toward positive results.
National Foundation of Swallowing Disorders
The National Foundation of Swallowing Disorders was founded in August 2006 as a national, independent, 501(c)(3) not for profit organization. Our commitment is to provide patient hope and improve quality of life for those suffering from all types of swallowing disorders. By enhancing direct patient support, education, research and raising public, professional and governmental awareness, our mission is to advance the prevention and treatment of swallowing disorders in our lifetime.
Parkinson Voice Project
For more than 10 years, Parkinson Voice Project has specialized in restoring the voices of those with Parkinson’s. We treat patients in our clinic, conduct research, and train speech-language pathologists in our unique therapy programs.
Provale Cup - The Provale® Cup is a Limited Flow Cup for the delivery of thin liquids. Simply by tipping the Provale® Cup in a normal drinking motion, the cup delivers Small Sips™ (5cc, one teaspoon, or 10cc two teaspoons depending on Cup model). By returning the Cup to its upright position, the chamber is refilled and ready to deliver another Small Swallow®. This repetitive, normal drinking motion encourages normal drinking habits and may allow for more patient independence.
SimplyThick is the next-generation food and beverage thickener which is a gel and available in packets or 64oz bottle. Our revolutionary thickening gel offers a solution to the problems patients, their families and healthcare professionals raise with products currently serving the dysphagic population. The qualities and benefits of SimplyThick® are unparalleled in the marketplace. The bottom line is quick, simple preparation and liquids that look, feel and taste exactly like they're supposed to. SimplyThick provides benefits beyond taste and appearance.
Texas Christian University
The Miller Speech and Hearing Clinic is part of the program in communication sciences and disorders at Texas Christian University.
Texas Speech and Hearing Association
The Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association (TSHA) is a professional membership organization that is the recognized resource in Texas for: speech-language pathologists (SLPs), audiologists, the citizens of Texas with speech or hearing disorders (consumers) and the students of speech-language pathology and audiology. Speech-language pathologists and audiologists are highly educated professionals who provide critical, life-changing help for hundreds of thousands of Texans of all ages and from all walks of life.
Texas Woman’s University
With a communications science degree from TWU, you can work with people who are deaf or hard of hearing or who have communication and swallowing disorders.