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The Role of the Speech-Language Pathologist in the Rehabilitation of People with Multiple Sclerosis

Antonella Nota, Guy Ganty, Muriel Lafortune, Anne Vandevijver, Sarah Vanlievendael

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The Speech and Language Department of the National MS Centre welcomes 100 PwMS daily and organizes programs for students coming from 4 High schools and 6 Universities. The team organizes regular study days for health care professionals, students and family members. Since 1976, the department has developed more specifically the rehabilitation of respiratory function (Intrapulmonary Percussive Ventilation), dysarthria (acoustic analysis), swallowing disorders and high level language deficits. Each member has specific interests. Guy Ganty is Head, Chairman of the CCC on Communication and Swallowing Disorders of RIMS (Rehabilitation in MS) and member of the Editorial Board of MS in Focus (MSIF). Antonella Nota is a computer scientist and teacher. Muriel Lafortune is an Orthoptist. Anne Vandevijver is a specialist in myofunctional rehabilitation. Sarah Vanlievendael, Speech-Language Pathologist specializes in severe MS pathologies.

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