Terry Morris: Speaking at the Dementia, Care & Nursing Home Expo Birmingham

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Terry Morris

How prevalent are swallowing difficulties in the elderly

A scientific study has screened 385 people over 65 years old in intermediate care and measured the effect of swallowing rehabilitation.
See also how a swallowing intervention programme was implemented in a residential care home: including video interviews with both management and care staff.
Learn 3 test methodologies useable in the care home setting to diagnose dysphagia and track improvement – without resort to hospital visits for expensive high-tech examinations.


Biography

Terry Morris has worked with the IQoro device since 2016 and in that time has seen over 20,000 patients start their rehabilitation. His main focus has been on promoting the use of IQoro in the NHS, including helping dozens of hospitals begin deployment, and in leading the project to gain NICE Medtech Innovation Briefing status including ‘IQoro for stroke-related dysphagia’ [Ref MIB175]
He has presented at dozens of UK hospitals and other institutions on the subject of swallowing dysfunction and its treatment with IQoro.
He has translated or authored most of the company’s English-language material.
Terry’s previous experience is in senior management of international MedTech and high-tech companies, and in bringing healthcare innovations to market. He is resident in Stockholm, Sweden.

MYoroface AB

Terry Morris

How prevalent are swallowing difficulties in the elderly

A scientific study has screened 385 people over 65 years old in intermediate care and measured the effect of swallowing rehabilitation.
See also how a swallowing intervention programme was implemented in a residential care home: including video interviews with both management and care staff.
Learn 3 test methodologies useable in the care home setting to diagnose dysphagia and track improvement – without resort to hospital visits for expensive high-tech examinations.


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