Speech Therapists provide extensive, innovative speech therapy for kids and speech therapy for adults with a variety of neurological dysfunctions. Therapists work as a multi-disciplinary team, collaborating with patients, families, and physicians throughout the rehabilitation process to facilitate improved functional outcomes and optimal patient care. With multiple locations, our therapists work with both children and adults with long-term and congenital disorders, acute orthopedic and neurological dysfunction including:
- Articulation Disorder
- Cerebral Palsy
- Cerebral Vascular Accident
- Cognitive Therapy
- Down Syndrome
- Hearing Impairment
- Language Disorder
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Voice Disorder
Our speech-language pathologists have extensive experience as adult speech therapists as well as providing pediatric speech therapy for children to improve language skill such as communication, articulation, voice, fluency, and cognitive function. We also offer literacy evaluations. Our therapists who complete literacy evaluations have completed their training in speech-language pathology at the master’s degree level. Beyond the aforementioned training, our professionals have had extensive training in language development and science, including reading and written language science, as well as in testing and measurement, as described by the American Speech Language Hearing Association and the International Dyslexia Association standards.
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