Speech therapy is relevant for indications of Parkinson’s disease, brain injury, stroke, and many other underlying medical conditions. A wide range of disorders affecting speech and swallowing include apraxia, dysarthria, dysphagia and orofacial myofunctional disorders.
These disorders may impact communication skills, coordinated muscular movements, difficulty in articulating words as well as swallowing, and paralysis of facial muscles. Our speech-language pathologists may also address patients focus on tasks, and memory, reasoning, and problem-solving. Other cognitive strategies may be explored for executive functioning (such as goal-setting, planning, self-awareness, and self-monitoring.
Many people believe we only provide therapy to children- for stuttering or speech impediments, we are really so much more. We’re #NotYourAverageClinic