Discharge Planning from Acute Care: The Role of SLP

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Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) practicing in acute settings often are asked to provide discharge recommendations to the interdisciplinary team (IDT) based on evaluation findings. It can be a significant challenge to make these decisions after limited interactions with a patient. This course is designed to provide SLPs with knowledge and confidence to leverage their expertise for effective discharge planning in the acute setting. They will learn to account for factors like the patient’s clinical presentation, unique goals, psychosocial factors, home environment, insurance, and resources, and work with the IDT to facilitate discharge to the most appropriate setting with adequate resources in place.

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Course Description

Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) practicing in acute settings often are asked to provide discharge recommendations to the interdisciplinary team (IDT) based on evaluation findings. It can be a significant challenge to make these decisions after limited interactions with a patient. This course is designed to provide SLPs with knowledge and confidence to leverage their expertise for effective discharge planning in the acute setting. They will learn to account for factors like the patient’s clinical presentation, unique goals, psychosocial factors, home environment, insurance, and resources, and work with the IDT to facilitate discharge to the most appropriate setting with adequate resources in place.

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