Reporting to ASHA:
This course is offered for 0.1 ASHA CEUs (1 hour), Intermediate Level, Professional Area.
If you wish to have your participation in this course reported to ASHA, you must include your ASHA number when registering for the course. If you do not wish to have your participation submitted to ASHA, type “NO” in the field requesting your ASHA number. Once the course post-test has been completed your material will be ready for us to submit. We submit participation to the ASHA CE Registry within 45 days of the last date of the quarterly offering.
- Identify laryngeal disorders
- Report findings using proper verbiage
- Offer appropriate recommendations for laryngeal disorders identified
- Become a resource of voice knowledge
00:00-00:10: Introduction, How is Voice Produced? Review Phonatory System, The Source, The Cover Body Theory
00:10-00:15: Muscle Tension Dysphonia, Vocal Fold Irritation, Laryngopharyngeal Reflux
00:15-00:22: Phonotraumatic Lesions, Vocal Fold Hemorrhage, Polypoid Corditis, Granuloma
00:22-00:28: Vocal fold Scar, Vocal FoldSulcus, Fungal Laryngitis, Lesions,
00:28-00:36: Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis, Vocal Fold Atrophy, TVC Paralysis/Paresis
00:36-00:45: Vocal Tremor, Spasmodic Dypsphonia, Paradoxical Vocal Fold Motion/Dysfunction, Laryngospasm
00:45-00:50: Subglottic Stenosis, Laryngeal Sarcoidosis, Laryngeal Cleft
00:50-01:00: Reporting Findings, Summary, Reference
Amy Zeller was a salaried employee of Carolina Speech Pathology. Ms. Zeller has no non-financial relationships to disclose.
Amy Zeller, M.S., CCC-SLP has been a practicing speech-language pathologist since 2005. Her areas of clinical expertise include voice disorders, dysphagia, velopharyngeal insufficiency, and voice restoration following laryngectomy. She has been teaching the art of endoscopy for the entirety of her career and truly enjoys imparting this skill to her fellow SLP colleagues.