Speech Therapy

Helping children and adults communicate better.

If you or your child could benefit from speech therapy, you can depend on our highly trained and empathetic speech language pathologists for expert help in improving communication skills.

As a pediatric patient, your child will receive customized therapy at our off-campus location designed exclusively for children. The facility houses our pediatric physical, hand and upper extremity, and speech therapies for your convenience in the event that more than one kind of therapy is required. Your child’s speech language pathologist will collaborate with you, so that we all work together on the road to recovery.

We understand speech problems in adults can be very frustrating. Patience and persistence are key, and our staff are experts in both – along with the tools and tricks to restore good health.

Our speech language pathologists treat a a wide variety of deficits in language, cognition, and swallowing caused by disease or trauma. You will receive a thorough one-on-one evaluation, followed by an individualized diagnostic and treatment plan. Your primary care physician will also receive a report with our treatment recommendations.

A referral from your doctor is recommended for speech therapies.

Common pediatric speech conditions
  • Autism/Autism spectrum disorders
  • Social language skills
  • Language delays and disorders
  • Stuttering
  • Articulation problems
  • Apraxia
  • Voice problems
  • Feeding difficulties
Common adult speech conditions
  • Stroke
  • Brain aneurysm
  • Brain injuries
  • Concussion
  • Brain tumor
  • Bell’s Palsy
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
  • Aphasia (speech difficulties due to damage to part of the brain that impacts language)
  • Apraxia of speech (problems saying sounds, syllables, and words)
  • Dysarthria (difficulty controlling or coordinating the muscles of speech)
  • Memory/cognitive communication disorder
  • Swallowing disorders
  • Voice disorders
  • Fluency disorders (ability to speak easily and smoothly)
  • Reading/writing deficits
  • Aspiration of solids or liquids
  • Choking
  • Dehydration
  • Malnutrition
  • Globus sensation (feeling of a lump in the throat)