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Dysphagia Service Delivery in the Educational Setting: Pediatric Feeding Disorder and the Culturally Responsive Clinician.

PURPOSE: This article addresses considerations for the speech-language pathologist to ensure culturally competent dysphagia management in the school setting for children with oral motor, swallowing, and pediatric feeding disorders (PFDs). There is also discussion of the multifactorial cultural and linguistic influences that impact collaborative educational decisions when establishing and implementing school-based dysphagia services.

CONCLUSIONS: The consideration of cultural and linguistic factors for the child with oral motor, swallowing, and/or PFDs is essential when diagnosing, treating, and planning for dysphagia service delivery. By recognizing and including culturally appropriate interventions and recommendations, speech-language pathologists enhance opportunities for positive outcomes and treatment efficacy when providing pediatric dysphagia services in the educational setting for children from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

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