The number one thing for any pt that is at risk of aspiration is to keep the HOB at 30 degrees at all times, not just feeding. This is an extremely important nursing diagnosis and one you will see and put into practice day after day in many settings.
Some key points are HOB 30 degrees, monitor stomach contents (gastric residual) every 4 hours or more (depending on what you find when you check), monitor bowel sounds, monitor oral secretions and suction prn, follow chest xray results, monitor temperature and follow WBC count for s/s of infection (as well as other signs of infection). These are just off the top of my head, what I do for my patients, memorized after a few years of those nursing care plans
Trust me, they will teach you something!!!