WHAT WE WORK ON
Speech-language pathologists are healthcare professionals educated and trained to evaluate and treat individuals of all ages with a variety of communication, cognitive or swallowing problems.
- RECEPTIVE LANGUAGE—understanding spoken or written language.
- EXPRESSIVE LANGUAGE—ability to communicate wants, needs, and thoughts through words, sentences, gestures, and writing.
- ARTICULATION—production of sounds to make words.
- COGNITION—ability to think, concentrate, remember, reason and put ideas together.
- FEEDING | SWALLOWING—the process of food entering the mouth, chewing and swallowing.
- STUTTERING—disruption in fluency of speech.
- SOCIAL LANGUAGE—understanding and appropriate use of language in social situations.
- VOICE AND RESONANCE—quality, loudness and pitch of voice.
- AUGMENTATIVE-ALTERNATIVE COMMUNICATION—verbal communication is supplemented or replaced by other methods.
WE CAN HELP
- Autism spectrum disorder | Cerebral palsy
- Children with a history of delayed developmental milestones
- Cleft lip | Cleft palate
- Dementia | Parkinson’s Disease
- Stroke | Aphasia | Traumatic brain injury
- Pediatric Therapy Services
- UPHS Memory Clinic
- LSVT Loud Parkinson’s Program | Voice Aerobic Exercises
- Neuro Rehab Program | Cancer Rehab Program