Speech Therapy includes:
- Dysarthria – Improve an individual’s ability to produce speech sounds when muscle weakness or discoordination impact intelligibility.
- Apraxia – Improve an individual’s ability to produce speech sounds when there is an inability or compromised ability to execute the motor movements.
- Voice Disorders – Improve an individual’s harsh, hoarse, raspy voice quality as the result of overuse/abuse, nodules, or degenerative diseases.
- Language delay/disorders – Improve an individual’s ability to express ideas or understand the speech of others.
- Neurogenic Disorders – Improve the communication abilities of individuals who are experiencing or have experienced
- Traumatic Brain Injury, Aphasia, Parkinson’s, ALS, etc.
- Fluency/Stuttering – Improve an individual’s ability to produce fluent speech.
- Auditory Processing Disorders – Improve an individual’s ability to process/understand speech and language.
- Aural Rehabilitation – Improve the communication abilities of individuals with hearing loss – Hearing Aids and/or Cochlear Implants.
- Augmentative and Alternative Communication Therapy- therapy targeted at providing supplements (pictures, sign language, communication devices) to speech to aide in expressing wants, thoughts and needs.
- Feeding and Swallowing Therapy- therapy targeted at improving swallowing function and overall safety during mealtime.