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Denise Dougherty, MA, CCC-SLP

Denise Dougherty Instructor Bio:
Denise Dougherty owns a private practice in Indiana, PA. Ms. Dougherty was an adjunct faculty member at York College of Pennsylvania and Wesley College in Dover, Delaware. She is a past President of the American Academy of Private Practice in Speech Pathology and Audiology (AAPPSPA), received the Academy’s 2007 Honor Award for her achievements and 2014 AAPPSPA Award of Excellence. Denise is a member of the Technical Experts Panel for Quality of Insights of Pennsylvania, working on initiating quality measures for CMS to improve effectiveness, efficiency, economy and quality of services delivered to Medicare beneficiaries. Denise is a co-editor of Private Practice Essentials: a Practical Guide for Speech-Language Pathologists. Denise works as a legal consultant/expert witness in litigation involving dysphagia and negligence/malpractice.

She received her bachelor’s degree in communication disorders from Marywood University in Scranton, Pennsylvania; a master’s degree in communication disorders from St. Louis University; and has completed postgraduate courses at Johns Hopkins University and the University of Phoenix. Ms. Dougherty is a member of the Pennsylvania Speech and Hearing Association, American Speech and Hearing Association and has received numerous ASHA ACE Awards.

Denise Dougherty's Continuing Education Courses

Pharmacology and Dysphagia Part 1

Pharmacology and Dysphagia Part 1

Medication review is a necessary part of the chart review for any evaluation, especially dysphagia. Medications can contribute to/exacerbate a patient’s dysphagia. However, our training in pharmacology may be minimal, at best. How do… Read Morearrow_right

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Nutrition and Dysphagia Part 1

Nutrition and Dysphagia Part 1

Numerous variables impact your dysphagia patient and his or her ability to maintain adequate nutrition and hydration. Aging and disease processes affect all of the senses, especially vision, smell and taste. Medications often contribute… Read Morearrow_right

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Starting a Private Practice Part 1

Starting a Private Practice Part 1

Is private practice an option for you? Many speech pathologists have taken the leap into the world of private practice and been successful. This endeavor requires time, commitment and resources. Private practice is not for everyone –… Read Morearrow_right

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Pharmacology and Dysphagia Part 2

Pharmacology and Dysphagia Part 2

Medication review is a necessary part of the chart review for any evaluation, especially dysphagia. Medications can contribute to/exacerbate a patient’s dysphagia. However, our training in pharmacology may be minimal, at best. How do… Read Morearrow_right

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Nutrition and Dysphagia Part 2

Nutrition and Dysphagia Part 2

Numerous variables impact your dysphagia patient and his or her ability to maintain adequate nutrition and hydration. Aging and disease processes affect all of the sense, especially vision, smell and taste. Medications often contribute… Read Morearrow_right

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Starting a Private Practice Part 2

Starting a Private Practice Part 2

Is private practice an option for you? Many speech pathologists have taken the leap into the world of private practice and been successful. This endeavor requires time, commitment and resources. Private practice is not for everyone –… Read Morearrow_right

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