Our Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) evaluate and treat children as well as adults with a variety of impairments. Our SLPs routinely work with the following patient populations: autism or autism-spectrum; those who have suffered from neurological trauma such as traumatic brain injury or stroke; patients with degenerative disease such as Parkinson’s, Dementia, & ALS; as well as those with congenital and/or developmental delays. Our Speech Pathologists provide individualized treatment programs for each client focusing on return to independent living, work, and social life. They also work closely with Physical and Occupational therapists to provide each patient with a full recovery, both mentally and physically.
Disorders seen by our Speech-Language Pathologists include:
Feeding/swallowing (dysphagia) Speech and language (aphasia & apraxia) Voice Cognition Memory
Attention Problem-solving Thought organization Reasoning and judgment Social skills