Individuals with PD improved the strength and variability of cough peak flow during skill training.

Findings provide normative values in healthy adults for FEES & VASES.

Airway protective responses depend on the amount of liquid aspirated in neurologic disease.

Lingual strength is one important contributing factor to functional swallowing impairments in PD.

smTAP improves reflex and voluntary cough function above and beyond EMST, the current gold standard.

CSD journals do not currently provide guidance on open science practices, which may impede adoption.

Despite low self-reported knowledge, CSD researchers expressed a desire to engage in open science practices.

Treatments to rehabilitate airway protection dysfunction are feasible via telehealth.

Treatments were powered to detect larger effect sizes and not smaller, potentially clinically meaningful effects.

VASES is a valid approach to rate and interpret functional swallowing outcomes on FEES.

Voluntary cough airflow is associated with cough effectiveness to expel aspiration.

Cough dysfunction is prevalent in PSP and may contribute to the development of pneumonia.

Caregivers of people with Parkinson’s disease and dysphagia experience reduced quality of life.

Variability of cough airflow increases due to healthy aging and Parkinson’s disease.

Objective and subjective measures from the clinical swallowing evaluation can be reliably measured via telehealth

Vocal fold bowing is highly prevalent in PSP and associated with reduced cough effectiveness

This review examines evidence for interventions to improve malnutrition in dementia.

We examine the reliability of the touch method of laryngeal sensation testing.

This review confirms the existence of discrepancies in the statistical treatment of the PAS across deglutition research.

This prospective replication study demonstrated a high incidence and co-occurrence of dysphagia, dysarthria, and aphasia after stroke.

Rating the overall amount of residue on FEES appears to be a simple visual-perceptual task for puree and cracker boluses.

This retrospective study proposes a set of predictors to guide clinical decision-making when assessing dysphagia in trauma patients.