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Swallowing disorder:

Reduced tongue range of motion.

Easiest food consistency?
Thick liquid
Swallowing disorder:

Reduced tongue coordination

Easiest food consistency?
Thick liquid
Swallowing disorder:

Reduced tongue strength

Easiest food consistency?
Liquid
Swallowing disorder:

Delayed pharyngeal swallow

Easiest food consistency?
Thick liquids and thicker foods
Swallowing disorder:

Reduced airway closure

Easiest food consistency?
Pudding and thick foods
Swallowing disorder:

Reduced laryngeal movement contributing to cricopharyngeal dysfunction

Easiest food consistency?
Liquid
Swallowing disorder:

Reduced pharyngeal wall contraction

Easiest food consistency?
Liquid
Swallowing disorder:

Reduced tongue base posterior movement

Easiest food consistency?
Liquid
Swallowing disorder:

Reduced range of tongue motion

Which food consistencies to avoid?
Thick foods
Swallowing disorder:

Reduced tongue coordination

Which food consistencies to avoid?
Thick foods
Swallowing disorder:

Reduced tongue strength

Which food consistencies to avoid?
Thick, heavy foods
Swallowing disorder:

Delayed pharyngeal swallow

Which food consistencies to avoid?
Thin liquids
Swallowing disorder:

Reduced airway closure

Which food consistencies to avoid?
Thin liquids
Swallowing disorder:

Reduced laryngeal movment contributing to cricopharyngeal dysfunction.

Which food consistencies to avoid?
Thicker, higher viscosity foods
Swallowing disorder:

Reduced pharyngeal wall contraction

Which food consistencies to avoid?
Thick, higher viscosity foods.
Swallowing disorder:

Reduced tongue base posterior movement

Which food consistencies to avoid?
Higher viscosity foods
Thick liquids are good for
1. Reduced range of tongue motion
2. reduced tongue coordination
3. reduced tongue strength
4. delayed pharyngeal swallow
Liquids are good for
1. Reduced tongue strength
2. Reduced laryngeal movment (UES dysfunction)
3. Reduced pharyngeal wall contraction
4. Reduced tongue base posterior movement
Thick liquids and thicker foods are good for
Delayed pharyngeal swallow
Pudding and thick foods are good for
Reduced airway closure
Thick foods should be avoided with
1. Reduced range of tongue motion
2. Reduced tongue coordination
3. Reduced tongue strength
4. Reduced laryngeal movement (UES dysfunction)
5. Reduced pharyngeal wall contraction
Thick, heavy foods should be avoided with
Reduced tongue strength
Thick/er, higher viscosity foods should be avoided with
1. Reduced laryngeal movement (UES dysfunction)
2. Reduced pharyngeal wall contraction
Thin liquids should be avoided with
1. Delayed pharyngeal swallow
2. Reduced airway closure