Speech Therapy

Specialized treatment for communication and swallowing disorders

Our certified speech-language pathologists address the complex needs of people with communication impairments. 

Speech therapist using a mirror to work with a patient.

Whether you or a loved one is impacted by:

  • Stroke
  • Brain injury
  • Oral and brain cancers
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Multiple sclerosis (MS)
  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)

Our compassionate team will work with you to create an individualized program specific to your needs.

Our outpatient programs provide treatment for:

  • Aphasia, apraxia and other language/speaking difficulties
  • Communication and cognitive-linguistic deficits, i.e., impaired short and long-term memory, reasoning and/or language skills
  • Articulation and voice challenges
  • Dysphagia and other swallowing disorders
  • Dysarthria, a disturbance in the strength or coordination of the speech muscles

Pediatric speech therapy is geared to our youngest patients. Our specially trained pediatric speech-language pathologists help children through 21 years of age in reaching their full potential. Our speech-language pathologists integrate proven treatment, advanced technologies and supportive care to optimize each patient’s recovery.

Treatment may include:

  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) — evaluations and training with communication devices for patients with aphasia and neurological conditions
  • Cognitive Rehabilitation Program (CRP) — a comprehensive program to improve memory, attention, language and functioning skills
  • Lee Silverman Voice Treatment® (LSVT) — a voice and respiration treatment method to improve vocal intensity and decrease the impact of Parkinson’s disease on communication
  • Cancer rehabilitation — specialized treatment for individuals whose cancer has impacted their communication or swallowing skills
  • SPEAK OUT! (Parkinson Voice Project) — a program that combines education, individual speech therapy and group sessions to help people with Parkinson's improve their speech and voice
  • VitalStim® — neuromuscular electrical stimulation, a low level electrical impulse that stimulates and strengthens muscles used for swallowing

During the treatment process, a home exercise program may be customized to meet your diagnosis.

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